Andy Rose, PA-C, received his undergraduate degree from Utah State University and his Master’s from Brigham Young University. He received his Physician Assistant Certification from St. Louis University in St. Louis, Missouri.
Interacting with patients is his favorite part of practicing medicine, “I love the one-on-one time. People are amazing. There’s always something new and interesting in every visit,” Andy said. Andy is committed to family practice and serving patients of all ages. Focusing on the individual and working with the family as a whole are important to him. In the end he told us, “I like the ‘family’ part of family medicine. I enjoy working with a range of ages and watching everyone grow and change throughout life.”
Andy and his family relocated to Logandale, NV in 2014 from Colby, Kansas. “Family was the big thing for us in this move,” Rose said. “We had been away for 22 years and we really felt like it was time to move back!”
Rural America is where Andy was raised and has chosen to practice. “I was raised on the family dairy farm in Northern Utah with 7 boys, 3 girls, and 30 cows! My family is very important to me. I enjoy them and appreciate their support.”
Andy Rose's Education and Training:
- Utah State University
- Brigham Young University
Getting to Know Andy Rose:
Andy and his wife Katie have five children. Andy enjoys woodworking, yard work, Boy Scouts, and church service in his spare time.