“The gastroenterologists I met during medical training were very satisfied with their career choice. Like them, I love learning from my patients and my colleagues. I take a thoughtful and collaborative approach. There may be several ways to approach a digestive health problem, from both a diagnostic and therapeutic standpoint, and they may all be correct. Through dialogue, my patients and I agree on a plan of investigation and treatment that best suits them.
“I hope to give my patients a way to either manage, improve or cure their GI problems – a way that fits their personality and goals. My natural curiosity has led me to an interest in lifelong learning and keeping current in a continuously changing field like GI medicine. It has also led me to finding the safest, most effective solution for each patient’s problem.”
In his free time, Dr. Joseph enjoys spending time with family and friends, being outdoors, biking, running and birding.
- Medical Education: University of Washington
- Residency: Internal Medicine, Providence Medical Center
- Gastroenterology Fellowship: University of Utah Hospital
- Research Fellowship: Immunology, Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation
- Board-Certified: Gastroenterology
- Special Interests: Colon Cancer Prevention, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, Inflammatory Bowel Disease
- Hospital Affiliations: St. Mark's Hospital, Wasatch Endoscopy Center, Intermountain Medical Center, Alta View Hospital, Lone Peak Hospital