David N. Burrow, MD
Disclosures: Nothing to disclose

Dr. David Burrow is a Utah native who grew up in Heber City, Utah. He completed both his undergraduate degree and medical school at University of Utah. After graduating from the University of Utah School of Medicine, he completed a five-year combined Internal Medicine and Psychiatry residency program at East Tennessee State University. He then completed training in Forensic Psychiatry in the Forensic Psychiatry Fellowship at Case Western University/University Hospitals – Cleveland Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio.

After completing training, Dr. Burrow returned to Utah and joined Intermountain Healthcare in July of 2017. He initially worked primarily in the Behavioral Health Access Center at LDS Hospital, and part time in the Mental Health Integration program. Beginning in July of 2018, Dr. Burrow joined the Mental Health Integration program full-time, with a focus on rural mental health, tele-mental health, and women’s/reproductive mental health. He is currently board certified in General Psychiatry and Forensic Psychiatry.

Dr. Burrow currently serves twelve primary care and women’s specialty clinics throughout the state through a mix of conventional MHI and tele-MHI, and regularly sees patients from Salt Lake, Wasatch, Summit, Utah, Sevier, and Millard Counties.