Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a disorder characterized by extreme fatigue or exhaustion. This fatigue does not go away with sleep and cannot always be explained by an underlying medical condition, though chronic fatigue has been linked to and metabolic syndrome.
University of Nebraska
Post Graduate School, Family Medicine MS Physician Assistant Studies - completed 2001
Uintah Basin Medical Center
Internship, Family Practice – completed 1997
Utah State University
Physician Assistant Program, 1997
Brigham Young University
Ogden, UT – 2003 to Present
Emery Medical Center
Castle Dale, UT – 1997 - 2003
Association and Regional Pathologist
Salt Lake City, UT – 1990 - 1997
Initially trained in Laboratory Medicine at Brigham Young University, Damon later graduated from the University of Utah School of Medicine Physician Assistant program. Damon went onto the University of Nebraska for a Master of Physician Assistant Studies degree with specialization in Family Practice.
Damon practiced in rural Utah before coming to the Ogden area and gained an appreciation for holistic medicine. He enjoys serving all patients from newborns to geriatric medicine. Damon served an LDS mission to Spain where he became fluent in Spanish, and welcomes the varying cultures in Ogden. He is currently the director of ancillary laboratory services.
"Es un privilegio para server nuestra comunidad y la gente hispana. Disfruto mucho en conocer personas de distintas culturas y países."
Damon Marsh was raised in Los Angeles and Utah – the oldest of eight children. He is now happily married with six children and therefore very comfortable and ‘at-home’ in Family Practice at Ogden Clinic. Damon’s most important goals and aspirations in life are centered on helping others, his wife, children, scouting, and church service.
Damon Marsh is a certified medical examiner of the National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners. He is authorized to provide medical examinations at Ogden Clinic to commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers.