Dr. Dunning was born and raised in Pennsylvania. He attended Temple University for his undergraduate studies, Drexel University College of Medicine for a Doctor of Medicine degree, and Easton Hospital, an academic affiliate of Hahnemann University, in Philadelphia for his general surgery residency training. He served four years of active duty in the US Army, serving in Iraq and Afghanistan as an Army Surgeon and as Chief of General Surgery for the General Leonard Army Community Hospital.
Dr. Dunning's niche' service is providing laparoscopic inguinal hernia repairs. The benefits of such a procedure include a smaller incision, less scaring and pain, and in nearly all cases, patients are able to return home the same day following surgery. Patients are most likely able to return to light activity after one or two weeks.
Dr. Dunning enjoys hunting, fishing, and hiking and is enthusiastic about living in an area that offers such a variety of recreational activities.
Drexel University College of Medicine M.D., 2004
US Army, Major Fort Leonard Wood, MO – 2009 to 2013
Easton Hospital (Academic affiliate with Hahnemann University), Philadelphia, PA Residency
Easton Hospital (Academic affiliate with Hahnemann University), Philadelphia, PA Specialty/Program: General Surgery - completed 2009
Certifications & Memberships
Board Certified, American College of Surgeons, January 2010
Procedures & Conditions
Colonoscopy, Upper Endoscopy
4650 Harrison Blvd
Professional Center North
Ogden, UT 84403