Gordon R. Kimball, MD

Gordon R. Kimball, MD

Orthopedic Surgery

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Office Locations (2)

Main Office
Accepting new patients
Mon thru Tue, Thu 8AM - 5PM; Wed 9AM - 4PM; Fri 8AM - 3PM
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Accepting new patients
Mon 8AM - 5PM; Fri 8AM - 12PM
SelectHealth Plans
  • CHIP
  • Community Care
  • Select Care
  • Select Choice
  • Select Med
  • Select Value
  • SelectHealth Share

Note: This list only shows the SelectHealth plans accepted by the provider. Contact the provider's office to learn what other insurance plans are accepted.

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Professional Summary

Degree

  • University Of Utah School Of Medicine - Salt Lake City, UT in Doctor of Medicine, 1970
Training
  • Residency: Shriners Hospital - St. Louis, MO, 1974 - 1975
  • Residency: Letterman Army MC San Francisco - Madigan Hospital, WA, 1971 - 1974
  • Fellowship: Keller Army Community Hospital - West Point, NY, 1975 - 1978
Board Certifications
  • AM BD ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY - Certification does not expire
Professional Memberships
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • American Medical Association
  • Utah Medical Association
Professional Positions
  • Three years Assistant Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at West Point Army Hospital, 1975-1978
Languages Spoken
  • English

Intermountain Hospital Affiliations

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