UAFP 2021 Congress of Delegate Elections Results

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AAFP Delegate
Jordan Roberts, MD

About Dr. Roberts:
Jordan Roberts attended the University of Arizona College of Medicine - Phoenix and completed Family Medicine Residency at St. Mark's in 2018. His broad spectrum practice in Holladay is receptive to all, including the LGBT community. His passions include health equity and progressive public policy to address socioeconomic determinants of health and prevention, especially vaccines. Dr. Roberts was awarded the Silver Syringe from the Utah Dept. of Health in 2018 for his work with adolescent patients.


AAFP Alternate Delegate
Benjamin Wilde, DO, FAAFP

About Dr. Wilde:

Dr. Ben Wilde, D.O. is a Wyoming native who graduated from Midwestern University—Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2008. Following his residency training with Southern Illinois University and AOBFP board certification in Family Medicine, he maintained a full-scope rural practice in northern Wyoming, with added emphasis in both emergency and sports medicine.  In 2017, he joined the faculty of Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine-Southern Utah campus, teaching both Principles of Clinical Medicine and Osteopathic Principles and Practices. He now serves as Vice Chair in the Department of Primary Care. Clinically, he provides medical care to residents of the Southern Utah Veterans Home, at the St. George Doctors Volunteer Clinic, and at Intermountain InstaCares in the St. George area. Family is of high priority to Dr. Wilde.  He and his wife homeschool their five children and also teach parenting classes in their community.



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