Scott Hadfield, PA-C
Physician Assistant Scott Hadfield is excited to be a part of the Omega Interventional Pain Clinic team. After high school, Scott joined the Utah Army National Guard as a Combat Medic. Shortly after finishing his medic training, he was tasked to be the convoy medic with a local engineering unit for Operation Iraqi Freedom. He was involved in the care and medical oversight of 80 soldiers during his deployment. Scott returned from Iraq and enrolled in Utah Valley State College, where he got his Bachelor of Science degree in Community Health Education. While in his studies at UVSC, he worked as a medical assistant at a neurology and addiction medicine clinic. He then had the pleasure of obtaining his Physician Assistant training at the University of Utah. He believes in a multidisciplinary approach to pain management, and looks forward to working with you to help you achieve better control of your pain and increase function in your everyday life.
Scott was born and raised in Utah where he found a love for sports and the outdoors. In his free time, he enjoys fishing, camping, four-wheeling, anything to do with football, and spending time with his wife and 2 children.
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