Kyle Moore, DO earned his medical degree at Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences in Yakima, Wash., and his bachelor of science at Brigham Young University – Idaho in Rexburg, Idaho. Dr. Moore completed his family medicine residency at the Mayo Clinic and was elected the chief resident in his final year. He then completed a fellowship in addiction medicine at the University of Utah. Dr. Moore enjoys serving a diverse set of patients in his Family Medicine practice. He provides a broad range of care, including treating chronic diseases, musculoskeletal injuries and drug and alcohol use disorders, as well as providing pediatric care, joint injections and more. He is a board-certified member of the American Board of Family Medicine and the American Board of Preventive Medicine-Addiction Medicine.
Dr. Moore and his wife Karlee have three children and love playing games as a family. He is an active participant in his church, loves trail running, and enjoys new experiences such as visiting Major League Baseball stadiums. One of his stress relievers is cleaning and he finds a particular joy in freshly vacuumed carpet.
Education & Training
Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences
University of Utah - Addiction Medicine
American Board of Family Medicine, American Board of Preventative Medicine - Addiction
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