Tripler Army Medical Center
Internship and Residency – 2005
Uniformed Services University of Health Science
M.D. – 2001
Arizona State University
B.S. Microbiology – 1997
Amber Vegh is originally from Arizona, but her education and medical practice has taken her all over the country. She went to the military for medical school (in Bethesda, Maryland), followed by a residency in Hawaii, two years in Germany, two years in Tacoma, Washington, a year in Iraq at a battalion aid station, and then two years in Saint Robert, Missouri. After her military service, she returned home to Arizona and spent seven years practicing as an OB/GYN. In 2020, she and her family moved to Utah to join Ogden Clinic.
Dr. Vegh performs the full spectrum of gynecology and obstetrics, with a special interest in minimally invasive surgery. She has been married for over a decade and has four young children. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and golfing.
A breech birth is when a baby is born bottom-first. Breech births have a higher chance of complications during delivery than traditional “cephalic-presentation” (head-first) births, increasing the danger to both the baby and the mother. Dr. Amber Vegh discusses why this happens and what, if anything, can be done to prevent it.