Residents in the McKay-Dee Family Medicine Residency are supervised by a faculty of board certified family medicine physicians and specialists who bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the program, including an emphasis in ambulatory care, preventive medicine, and wellness.


Gregory L. Gochnour, MD, Residency Director

Dr. Gochnour received his medical degree from the University of Utah School of Medicine. He completed his family medicine residency in Duluth, Minnesota. Dr. Gochnour practiced rural medicine in Panguitch, Utah prior to joining the McKay-Dee Family Medicine Residency Program.

Dr. Gochnour joined the residency program in 1999 and became the Program Director in 2002. He also completed a faculty development fellowship at University of Washington School of Medicine. Dr. Gochnour has additional interests in Women’s Health and Obstetrics, procedural training, Sports Medicine, International health and Healthcare Policy.


Stephen D. Scharmann, MD, Assistant Residency Director

Dr. Scharmann, a native of Utah, received his medical degree from University of California, San Francisco, completed a three-year training program in Family Medicine in Santa Rosa, California, followed by a Family Medicine fellowship. He is also Board Certified in Sports Medicine.

Dr. Scharmann joined the residency program in 1996 as the Assistant Director. He serves as team physician for Weber State University and various high schools, and is a member of the McKay-Dee Sports Medicine Leadership Committee. Dr. Scharmann’s expertise in Sports Medicine is highly regarded throughout the community and region. Dr. Scharmann also serves on the Board of the Ogden Surgical Medical Society and is Chairman of the Utah Medical Association Financial Services Division.


Bryan J. Campbell, MD, Core Faculty

Dr. Campbell graduated from University of Washington School of Medicine with honors. He completed his residency training at the McKay-Dee Family Medicine Residency Program in 1981.

Dr. Campbell joined the faculty at McKay-Dee upon his graduation. He has served in various capacities including a group practice in Layton, Utah. His interests include surgery and Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI). He also serves on the Board of the Utah Medical Association. Dr. Campbell was named Doctor of the Year in 2011 in Utah by the Weber County Medical Society.


Anne M. Hutchinson, MD, Core Faculty

Dr. Hutchinson earned her medical degree at University of Utah School of Medicine. She completed her residency at the Utah Valley Family Medicine Residency Program. She subsequently practiced medicine in the Boston, Massachusetts area for a few years before joining a group practice in South Ogden, Utah.

Dr. Hutchinson joined the McKay-Dee Residency Program in 2007. Her medical interests include chronic disease management, preventive medicine, research, teaching and issues related to women in medicine. She serves on the Board of the Utah Academy of Family Physicians.


Clark Madsen, MD, MS, Core Faculty

Dr. Madsen attended the University of Utah where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Engineering. He studied medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine where he also earned a Master’s Degree in Clinical Research. He returned home to Ogden where he completed his residency in Family Medicine at McKay Dee Hospital. Subsequently he also completed a Sports Medicine Fellowship at UCLA in Los Angeles, California. He is board certified in Family Medicine and Sports Medicine.

His interest include medical education and clinical research and quality improvement processes. He also enjoys helping active individuals stay active and has treated all types of athletes from children, to collegiate athletes, to Olympians. He is currently a team physician for Weber State University, Ben Lomond High School, and the Ogden Raptors.

Current research interests include exercise education, concussions, injury prevention, wearable technologies in sports, and novel uses of ultrasound in the physician’s office.


Brent Blaisdell, PhD, Behavioral Medicine Coordinator

Dr. Blaisdell received his behavioral health training from University of Utah and Brigham Young University. He completed his residency in psychotherapy at the Marriage and Family Counseling Service in Illinois. He has worked in inpatient and outpatient behavioral health hospital settings in the Midwest and Utah for the past 25 years.

He specializes in the treatment of anxiety, depression, and a variety of behavioral health issues related to interpersonal relationships. Dr. Blaisdell has specialized interest in physician-patient relationship factors, Motivational Interviewing, emotional and social intelligence, and physician well-being.


Kay Holmes, Residency Coordinator

Kay joined the McKay-Dee Residency Program in 1988. Over the years, she has served and continues to serve in a number of roles including: administrator, counselor, resident advocate, organizer, social director, alumni affairs officer, coach, and strategic planner.

Kay believes she has the best job in the world and truly enjoys what she does.