Certified November 7, 2018.
Richmond Scott Doxey, MD, CCMS, is a physician at the Sugarhouse Clinic in Salt Lake City. As an internist and culinary medicine specialist, his interests include the influence of food patterns and other lifestyle factors on chronic illness, and how to harness the power of lifestyle changes to prevent and treat chronic illness.
He has given several presentations and workshops at local, regional and national meetings on the Mediterranean Diet and its impact on chronic illness.
Dr. Doxey received his Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University, majoring in Molecular Biology. He attended medical school and completed his Doctor of Medicine degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin, followed by Internal Medicine residency at the University of Washington – Boise program in Boise, Idaho. He stayed on as a chief resident for an additional year. He completed his board certification in Internal Medicine followed by Culinary Medicine Specialist certification. In addition to serving as chief resident, he also served on the Recruiting Committee and the Critical Care Committee at the Boise VA. He is currently a member of the ACP, and the Society for General Internal Medicine.