About Our ENT Clinic in Farmington, NM
Our Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) medicine and surgery physician is waiting to help you alongside his certified physician assistant (PA-C). Read these biographies to learn more about our ENT clinic in Farmington, NM. Thank you for making Pinon Hills Ear, Nose, Throat & Allergy Specialists your local choice for ENT care.
Dr. Brett Clarke grew up in Ogden, Utah. He attended the University of Nevada, completing medical school in 2003. Dr. Clarke has practiced Ear, Nose, and Throat (ENT) medicine and surgery (Otolaryngology) since completing his residency at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 2008. He is certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology. He has special interests in the medical and surgical management of pediatric ENT diseases, allergy/sinus disease, and thyroid cancer, as well as general ENT complaints.
Mr. Bronson serves as our physician assistant. He was born and raised in California, served a LOS mission in Italy where he met his wife. They attended school together at the University of New Mexico. He received dual Bachelor’s degrees in biology and psychology from UNM. After this, he and his wife took turns putting each other through graduate school. Mr. Bronson worked as a high school biology teacher to put his wife through her graduate program as a speech-language pathologist. After she was done, they packed their bags for Idaho State University for his PA-C program.
From there, he was drawn to the four corners region by the prospect of outdoor opportunities, family ties, warmer weather, and doing what he loves—ENT. When not at work, Mr. Bronson enjoys spending time with his wife and five-year-old twin girls. When he has time, he pursues his hobbies—fishing, trap shooting, learning Spanish, and composing music. He looks forward to working with you to achieve greater health at the clinic.
Contact us today for more information about the qualifications and credentials of our medical professionals. From Farmington, New Mexico, we proudly serve patients in New Mexico, Southwest Colorado, and Eastern Arizona.