Dr. Ron Baird MD

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Dr. Baird did his undergraduate training at Brigham Young University. He received a bachelors of science in biochemistry. He then worked as a chemist for Natures Way testing herbal products for their potency and active ingredients. He did his medical training in Kansas City Missouri. After completing his internship and residency he became board certified in family medicine in 1998. He has practiced the full scope of family medicine for several years, including delivering babies, pediatrics and adolescent medicine. He has a special interest in skincare and has done additional training in laser and cosmetic procedures.

He joined Pinnacle Recovery in September 2016. In addition to training he has received in addiction medicine, he brings with him a wide variety of skills and experience to treat all of the basic medical needs of pediatric, adolescent and adult patients. Dr. Baird believes complete medical care includes physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. He has great bedside manner and is well-known for his willingness to listen to his patients. He has the ability to explain complicated medical concepts clearly and guide the patient in helping them make decisions for their medical care.

We are committed to offering our treatment clients medical care in a safe and comfortable atmosphere, in our efforts to provide a medically sound and holistic approach to substance use disorders.

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