Brad M. Goates, MD

Brad M. Goates, MD

Family Medicine

Intermountain Medical Group Member
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Office Location

Main Office
Accepting established patients only
Mon 8AM - 5PM; Thu 1:30PM - 5PM; Fri 8AM - 12:30PM
After Hours Information

after hours please call Logan Hospital @ 435-716-1000 and you will be directed to the phone # for myself for emergent matters.


Professional Summary


  • University of Utah School of Medicine - Salt Lake City, UT in Doctor of Medicine, 2003 - 2007
  • Internship: Ball Memorial Hospital - Muncie, IN, 2007 - 2008
  • Residency: Ball Memorial Hospital - Muncie, IN, 2009 - 2010
Board Certifications
  • AM BD FAMILY MEDICINE - re-verification 12/31/2017
Professional Memberships
  • American Academy of Family Physicians
  • Utah Medical Association
Professional Positions
  • Medical Director, Intermountain Cache Valley Region, current
Languages Spoken
  • English

Intermountain Hospital Affiliations

Practice Focus

I practice full spectrum family medicine, from newborns to seniors, focusing on treating the whole body and the interrelationships of symptoms and diseases. Our clinic offers everything from contraception management, skin checks, chronic illness management, wellness visits, and urgent visits.

Personal Bio & Interests

I enjoy seeing and getting to know individuals, which is the best part of my day and my medical practice. The more and better I know you, the more I can help you.

My wife and 3 daughters enjoy boating/waterskiing, board and card games, and especially Legos.

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