St. Joseph’s Hospital PIROG Program
Residency – 2002
Creighton University School of Medicine
M.D. – 1998
University of Utah
B.S. Biology – 1994
Daniel Ferguson completed Medical School at Creighton University School of Medicine followed by a residency at St. Joseph’s Hospital. He performs the full spectrum of gynecological care and obstetrics and enjoys seeing patients throughout all stages of life. Dan Ferguson values the association he has with his patients and holds it paramount. He is motivated by creating lasting relationships built upon trust, caring, and competence.
In his free time, Dr. Ferguson values spending time with his family. Their shared interests include wake boarding, skiing, surfing, and most outdoor activities. He also enjoys performing arts, good restaurants, and relaxing with friends.
We'd like to introduce you to one of our amazing women's health providers, Dr. Daniel Ferguson! Dr. Ferguson is currently accepting new women's health patients at our specialty center inside Layton Hospital. In addition, Dr. Ferguson's appointment availability has increased to include extended hours.
Some women may experience excessive menstrual bleeding. This sometimes could defined as soaking a pad or tampon every two hours or less, bleeding that lasts longer than eight days, or Anemia from excessive blood loss. One effective and quick-recovery procedure to help excessive menstrual bleeding is called endometrial ablation. We met with Ogden Clinic OB/GYN Dr. Daniel Ferguson to talk about this procedure and its efficiency in helping women stop and reduce excessive heavy menstrual bleeding.
It seems as if COVID-19 has affected every part of life, even the medical treatments and procedures that are common. This is true for expecting mothers, who, because of COVID-19, may have a slightly different experience during labor and delivery. Ogden Clinic OB/GYN, Dr. Daniel Ferguson, shares some brief points on the slights changes to labor and delivery to comply with safety standards during the pandemic.