Bruce W. Evans, MD
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I speak: English
My gender: Male
Where I practice
The two things I appreciate most about my career in medicine are helping my patients and helping my co-workers. With regard to helping co-workers, I appreciate the opportunity I have to help physicians, nurses, technicians, residents, students and volunteers achieve their career goals by coaching and mentoring them at the bedside and with regard to professional development. This privileged opportunity to help others with their career development allows me to “give back” to the profession of emergency medicine, and to express heartfelt appreciation to all of the people who have helped me in my career. My philosophy is that I am now a part of that foundation of support for those who are building their own careers, and that I owe them an example of professionalism.
About my practice
I believe it is a privilege to be a medical professional, and I owe it to all of my patients and co-workers to be the best provider I can be. One of the wonders and greatest challenges of emergency medicine is that we are trained and accountable for caring for any patient at any time, regardless of their age, circumstance or medical emergency. I will do everything I can to help you. I will listen to understand your questions and concerns, and work with you to make a treatment plan that meets your needs.
How I thrive
When I am not working clinically I spend a lot of time on volunteer projects. I helped found two nonprofits, Camp Wapiyapi and Helmet Heads, and I frequently step up to help with my kids’ school, sports and extracurricular activities.