Clarence Brunson, MD earned his Medical Degree at Saba University School of Medicine in Saba, Netherlands-Antilles. He completed his residency at the Family Medicine Residency of Idaho. Prior to joining St. Peter’s Health, Dr. Brunson worked as a physician and Chief Medical Officer at the Community Health Center of Central Wyoming in Casper, WY. He is a board certified member of the American Board of Family Medicine.
Dr. Brunson grew up in Idaho, where his love for archery hunting and trout fishing began. Outside of work, Dr. Brunson enjoys ice fishing, watching Atlanta Braves baseball and spending time with his seven kids and eternally patient wife.
Education & Training
Saba University School of Medicine
Family Medicine Residency of Idaho
American Board of Family Medicine
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