Pocatello Ear Nose & Throat is made up of a team of professionals dedicated to providing the best quality healthcare in a responsive and caring environment. Our otolaryngologists and physician assistants are all Board certified with years of experience in the profession. They work in concert with nurses and office staff who work hard to understand your health issues quickly and apply the appropriate treatment to get you back to your optimal health.
David Donaldson. MD
Kraig C. McGee, M.D.
Jessica Redding, MPAS, PA-C
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Jessica Redding aspires for an in-depth understanding and care for her patients. She genuinely enjoys getting to know them as individuals while caring for their medical needs. She has a true passion for her career, a love for her patients, and making a difference in the lives of those she helps.
With her Bachelors of Science in Exercise and Sports Science from the University of Utah, Jessica graduated from Idaho State University Masters in Physician Assistant Studies in 2012. Jessica has professional affiliations with the National Commission of Certification of Physician Assistants, Idaho Academy of Physician Assistants, Society of Physician Assistants in Otorhinolaryngology Head and Neck Surgery, and the Idaho Medical Association. Jessica is affiliate faculty at the Idaho State University department of Physician Assistant Studies.
After moving to Pocatello in 2007, Jessica has loved the dynamics and kindness she has seen in the great people of Pocatello. For this reason, Jessica decided to stay in the community and begin her career here.
Dr. Jeff Brockett
Jeff Brockett is an assistant professor with the Idaho State University Audiology program. He has provided part-time audiology services for Pocatello ENT for over 30 years. Jeff teaches coursework in working with patients who have dizziness and balance problems, as well as auditory pathologies and aural rehabilitation. Jeff’s research interests include working with new technology to evaluate the middle ear and the vestibular system.
Dr. Chris Sanford
Chris Sanford is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Idaho State University; his responsibilities include teaching graduate courses, conducting research and mentoring of students in clinical activities. Chris completed Bachelor’s degrees in audiology and psychology (1997) and a Master’s degree in audiology (1999) at Brigham Young University followed by a PhD in Speech and Hearing Sciences at the University of Washington (2006) and a postdoctoral fellowship at Boystown National Research Hospital (2009). Chris’ primary clinic and research interests include investigations of middle-ear assessment techniques with goals of improving diagnosis and treatment of hearing disorders.
Angie McCurdy grew up in a small town in Southeastern Idaho. After high school she attended Idaho State University where she received her Master’s of Science Degree in Audiology. Angie has lived in Pocatello for over 20 years. She is married to her Pocatello native husband, Cord, and together they are raising three fantastic, rambunctious, and amazing boys. When the McCurdy family is not at ball games or robotics competitions, they enjoy hiking, camping, and spending time in the mountains together. Angie enjoys working in her vegetable and flower gardens. She says that she plants “appetizers” in her flower gardens because more than likely the deer will enjoy them as a tasty treat. She recently joined The Hearing Zone team who have been helping people of Pocatello and the surrounding areas hear well for over 60 years.