Dana Ostermiller MD, FAAP is a Board Certified Pediatrician focused on adolescent medicine and college health. Dana studied history, lived in Paris her junior year and played varsity soccer as goalie at Middlebury College. Following graduation she led biking and hiking tours in France, Italy and Egypt for Butterfield and Robinson before returning to the US to begin her pre-med studies at Montana State University. She completed medical school at Albany Medical College and residency at the University of Arizona in Tucson.
Dana initially worked in general pediatrics but soon found her calling at Montana State University as a physician focused on college health caring for both traditional and nontraditional age students. She primarily addressed women’s health, sports medicine and mental health issues including anxiety and depression. Next Dana worked at St. Luke’s Hospital in Boise Idaho and partnered with the Kartini Clinic of Portland, Oregon to co found the only eating disorder clinic in the state of Idaho. Most recently, Dana and family moved to Utah in 2015 where she runs a busy adolescent medicine practice at Granger Medical Clinic with focus on an underserved Latino and immigrant population.
Dana earned teaching awards throughout residency and now teaches University of Utah medical students and residents during their adolescent medicine rotation. Her other loves include travel, anything active and outdoors, good food and wine, languages and horses. Dana and her husband Marty live in Salt Lake City with their two sons, Bryce and Kai.