About Dr. Hugo Rodier
Pioneer Clinic Medical Director in Draper
of Nurse Practitioners, Chiropractor, Physical Therapy, Nutritionist, Trainer
University of Utah
Department of Foods
College of Health
Member Executive Committee for
The Center for
Integrative Health Education, Research and Technology
Editorial Board member
House of Delegates Representative
Chairman Environmental/Public Health
UMA Council of Trustess - 2015 to present
Medical consultant for EMI Health's (former
Educators Mutual Insurance)
Quality Improvement Committees
Integrative Health Network Chairman
(Physicians, nurses and other health workers)
Editor "Integrative Medicine" newsletter
speaker on Integrative Medicine.
Physician Assistants, Nurses Preceptor, 1999- present
National Health Service Corps, 1987-1989, Eskimo
Program, Dillingham, Alaska.
Residency, 1987, University of Washington School of
Medicine, Boise Family Practice.
Internship, 1985, Baylor College of Medicine.
Doctor, 1984, University of Utah School of Medicine, Family Practice Honors.
graduate Washington University School of Medicine, Health Administration.
Thesis: "Private Practice vs. HMO
B.S., Brigham Young University, Major Zoology. Cum
A.D., 1075, Ricks College. Emphasis
Psychology. Magna Cum Laude.
Relief Aid Bombay, India, 1996; Prasaad
Project, New York, New York.
Aid Rwanda/Zaire, 1994: Northwest Medical Team, Portland, Oregon.
Aid Somalia/Kenya, 1993: Northwest Medical Team, Portland, Oregon.
Radio Program: "Integrative Health," KTALK
Wasatch #1 Lodge: Master Mason 32°
Native Spanish speaker, born in Chile. Moved
to USA as Junior in High School.
Fluent in French (paternal ancestry).
of Beta Blocker Adrenergic Blocking Drugs on Experimental Ventricular
Fibrillation Threshold," J. American Journal of Cardiology, 1984;51:1196-1202;
of Integrative Medicine newsletter; www.hugorodier.com
"Switching Off Chronic Illness" 2015;
"Gut Health: an Integrative Light Metabolic Approach to Optimize Your Health" 2010;
"Licking Sweet Death" 2010;
Book "Energy and Communication" 2007 - Integrative
principles in health;
Medical Association Bulletin:
"The JAMA on Drugs," May 2009
"Balance Our Health Care Account,"
December 2008/January 2009
"Wind Power Revisited,"
"Stressful Environment, Inside and
Out," April 2007
"Practical Principles of Advising
Patients on Nutrition," November/December 2005
"Mad as a Hatter from Mercury in
Utah," September/October 2005
novel "The Fence" submitted for publication.
Theater, history, travel, physics, running, weight
training, politics, economics, animals, saxophone, family.
Chan, MD, Neonatologist UUMC 587-7508
Richardson, PhD, U. of Utah College of Health 581-8039
Askew, Director Dept of Nutrition, U. of Utah 581-8240