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Trevor currently accepts patients on a walk-in basis through our Walk-in entrance at the South Lincoln Medical Clinic in Kemmerer.
He can evaluate, diagnose, and treat acute problems including flu-like symptoms, cold-like symptoms, chronic disease exacerbations, cuts, sprains, and other minor infections/trauma. Some of the exams or procedures he performs include, DOT exams, suturing of lacerations, large joint injections, incision and drainage of abscesses, ingrown toenail removal, splinting, and casting. Returning to Evanston in order to serve the residents of his hometown has been a lifetime goal for Spencer. He is appreciative of this community who helped shape him into the physician he is today. There is no better reward for him than to help improve the lives of people and decrease health costs. He can be found playing “dogs chase cats”, a favorite of his kids. Watch for him in Bear Lake where days playing in the sand, jet skiing, and boating have been a long time family tradition. Some additional hobbies include music and the arts, biking, hiking, snowboarding, and beekeeping.
A proud graduate of Evanston High School, he went on to complete his undergraduate work at the University of Utah. Spencer worked as a critical care technician for Intermountain Healthcare in the Coronary Intensive Care Unit while finishing bachelors degrees in Biology and Psychology with a minor in Chemistry. Spencer earned his MD at the University of Washington School of Medicine, in Seattle, WA, which has been ranked #1 in primary care for 26 years in a row. While in medical school, he gained specialized training in the care of underserved populations and holds special certification recognizing his commitments. Dr. Weston completed his internship and residency at Idaho State Family Medicine Residency in Pocatello, ID, where he was given special certification in surgical obstetrics and delivered hundreds of newborns. During his training, Dr. Weston spent time learning pediatrics at St. Luke’s Medical Center in Boise, ID and experienced excellent pediatric emergency training at Primary Children’s Medical Center in Salt Lake City, UT.