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Dr. Vivian Keenan, MD

My career in medicine has always been a product of my interest in science and my passion for helping others. I decided to specialize in pulmonary medicine because I was fascinated with the complex pathophysiology of the lungs and how they affect the rest of the body. As a critically care trained intensivist I am also able to use my knowledge to provide care to patients in the hospital who are extremely ill, including those in the intensive care unit.

I see patients with a variety of conditions ranging from all sleep disorders to pulmonary disorders, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, emphysema, occupational lung disease, pulmonary fibrosis and lung cancer.

I perform advanced diagnostic pulmonary procedures, including endobronchial ultrasound, electromagnetic navigation bronchoscopy, and robotic bronchoscopy. I have a special interest in utilizing advanced pulmonary procedures to provide up-to-date technologies for the most accurate diagnosis and treatment, covering a plethora of conditions. I was one of the first pulmonologists in the state of NY to implement the newest bronchoscopy technology of robotic bronchoscopy for the benefit of my patients and community.

I collaborate with patients, their families, and other providers to help optimize people’s care. I believe in putting patients first and feel strongly that it is my role to evaluate them, treat them, and help them understand the science behind their diagnoses.

I am grateful for the opportunity to provide exceptional care for my patients and to continue my passion for educating and instructing the community.

Trevor Tesch, PA-C

Trevor Tesch is a physician assistant-certified at Rocky Mountain Pulmonology. Before moving to Idaho Falls, he lived in Phoenix, Arizona, where he attended PA school at Midwestern University and earned a Master of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies. Following reception of his degree, he passed his national board exam and became licensed to practice medicine in Idaho.

Prior to attending PA school, Trevor attended Weber State University in Ogden, Utah where he received a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature with a minor in Chemistry. He is a firm believer that medicine is where science and humanity meet.

Trevor has a particular interest in sleep medicine due to his background as a sleep technician. He spent five years working as a sleep technician while pursuing his undergraduate degree and preparing for PA school.

Trevor is fluent in conversational Spanish, having served a two-year proselyting mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in South Florida. He enjoys practicing his Spanish whenever he has the chance.

When Trevor is not seeing patients, he enjoys spending time with his wife and chasing around his son.

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