Trevor Bartlett has been a family nurse practitioner in Idaho Falls for 10 years and with Community Care for 8 years. He is a proud alumni of Idaho State University in Pocatello and Gonzaga University in Spokane, Washington (GO ZAGS!). Trevor has worked in health care his entire adult life, working in the operating room, cardiac care, and intensive care units. The long term relationships built in primary care are what drew Trevor to family practice. Trevor enjoys treating individuals and families. He finds great satisfaction in the health and quality of life that are the result of these relationships and mutual trust. Trevor believes that the person is much greater and more complex than the sum of its parts, and finds joy in treating the whole patient.
Trevor was born in Canada and raised in Utah, but has called Idaho home for nearly two decades. He and his wife, Amanda, have three active (loud, rambunctious, destructive) boys. He has many hobbies that he shares with the boys. They enjoy riding ATVs and dirt bikes, riding snowmobiles and fishing. They all play sports, and Trevor enjoys coaching football. When not outside, they play video games, read comics, and play and collect trading card games. In many ways, Amanda says, he's regressed to the age and maturity of his boys.