Highest Quality Care in Ear, Nose, Throat, Head & Neck Disorders for Pediatric and Adult Patients
We are a state of the art practice committed to providing the highest quality care in ENT disorders for Bozeman and surrounding communities.
About Dr. Brennan Dodson
Dr. Dodson completed his training with the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Colorado-Health Sciences Center (Denver, CO) in 2006. During this 5-year residency program, he was afforded excellent training through assignments at major tertiary referral centers including University Hospital, Denver Health (General) Hospital, and the Children’s Hospital. He earned his MD from the University of Oklahoma-College of Medicine (Oklahoma City, OK) in 2001. Prior to medical school, Dr. Dodson graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts from the Colorado College (Colorado Springs, CO) with a major in Anthropology in 1996.
“My wife and I became interested in Bozeman after winter skiing trips to visit my wife's sister and her family who have lived in Bozeman since 2003. After living and training in Denver for 5+ years, we were looking for a community with a slower pace and easier access to the mountain sports we both love. Being an avid fly-fisherman, hunter, and skier, I welcomed the opportunity to develop a practice in a locale where I could pursue my interests outside the office. Since opening the practice in August 2006, I have been blessed with a thriving practice and two children, who keep my wife and I continually entertained and challenged!"
About Blythe Lindsay, PA-C
Blythe Lindsay, PA-C has been working as a PA in the Gallatin Valley for the past 20 years. She completed a Master’s Degree from the Physician Assistant Program at George Washington University in Washington DC in 2004. Prior to that, she obtained a BS degree from Brigham Young University in Conservation Biology in 2000. Working closely with Dr. Dodson for more than 8 years has provided an excellent training experience to further prepare her to meet the demanding needs of Bridger ENT’s patient population.
"I feel so fortunate to live with my husband and three children in this wonderful area where I can combine my two interests of medicine and the outdoors. In addition to my work as a PA in Bozeman, I have had the opportunity to work as a professional ski patroller at a local ski resort and continue to assist when I can as a volunteer patroller. We feel so lucky to have such easy access to the mountains year round on skis, mountain bikes, or hiking shoes- and have found our children are happiest when they are outside too. The highlight of my day is when my children want to get out just as much as I do- then I know we are doing something right. I recognize the importance of helping both my family and my patients get out to enjoy our beautiful surroundings."