Justin Perry, MD received his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Nevada School of Medicine in Reno, N.V., and completed his Family Medicine Residency at the University of Montana Family Medicine Residency in Missoula, Mont. He has participated in volunteer projects in Vietnam, Cambodia and Kenya which included work on malaria prevention and clean water accessibility, as well as volunteer work at Leprosy Camps and teaching English.
Dr. Perry is originally from Fort Benton, Mont., and in his free time enjoys running, skiing, mountain biking and travel.
Education & Training
University of Nevada School of Medicine - Reno
Montana Family Medicine Residency Program
American Board of Family Medicine
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