St. George (UT)
Dr. Scott Noorda DO and Brandon Lewis FNP-C are providing a patient-centric healthcare experience, improving health outcomes, and reducing dependence on prescription medications in the heart of Utah’s finest red rock landscape.
640 E 700 S
St. George, UT84790
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Dr. Scott NoordaDO
"My goal is to provide a positive healing experience by taking time to listen and understand each patient's particular needs while developing long-lasting and trusting relationships with patients and their families."
Dr. Scott Noorda received his Bachelor of Science degree in Neuroscience from Brigham Young University. He then went on to earn his medical degree at Midwestern University in Chicago, Illinois, followed by a residency program in Houston, Texas, where he served as Chief Medical Resident. Dr. Noorda is board-certified in family medicine and practiced family medicine, sports medicine, and geriatric medicine in Texas and North Carolina before moving to beautiful St. George, Utah. He and his wife, Amy, have a passion for healthy living, problem-solving, and redesigning healthcare. They love adventures, inviting friends over for impromptu dinners, spending time in the sun, reading good books, and finding opportunities to teach their children about service.
"I believe functional medicine is the foundation needed to address chronic disease and put the 'health' back in 'healthcare'. It combines current, evidence-based research with the roots of medicine..."
"...Providers and patients come together to create a mutual partnership to then rediscover what it means to be healthy at a personal level. Functional medicine reconnects us to each other, it reconnects us to food, and it reconnects us to a happy and healthy life." Brandon earned his Bachelors in Nursing from BYU, with a minor in Geriatrics. He worked as a nurse in both critical care and primary care at the VA. Brandon also earned his FNP degree from BYU. Brandon is a happily married father of four who loves to stay active (run, work out in garage gym, obstacle course races) and eat healthy.