- July 27, 2015
Seasons Pediatrics has over 100 years of combined medical experience and work closely with the community in providing expert pediatric care to patients of Rexburg and the Upper Valley area. Our Pediatric Providers are Robert Lofgran, MD, Douglas Cottrell, DO, Gene Gates, MD, Jason Hymas, MD, and Mark Hammar, PA-C.
Our Pediatricians take time to work one-on-one with families to ensure children get complete, comprehensive care. Parents are always included in the process, and can rest assured that we will be available 24hrs a day for your children.
Anticipatory guidance offers parents important health information before significant physical or psychological milestones occur in their children.
Developmental Evaluations cover growth and progress of both infants and toddlers to ensure proper health development.
The illnesses children face come with a wide variety of challenges that our pediatricians are highly skilled in caring for.
Vaccines stimulate the body’s own immune system to protect a person against subsequent infection or disease.
Neonatal or infant care focuses on maintenance and improvement of physical and developmental health needs in infants.
Physical Exams study medical history and experienced symptoms, a physical examination can help determine correct diagnosis.
At this exam our providers will check your infant or child’s growth and development in order to find or prevent problems.
Robert Lofgran, MD has been a practicing pediatrician in the Upper Snake River Valley for the past twenty-six years. He was born and raised in rural central Utah and with his family made the move to this area in 1983 after graduating from the University of Utah College of Medicine and completing a pediatric residency at Primary Children’s Medical Center and its affiliated hospitals. He is recognized as a diplomat of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Gene Gates, MD has been practicing Pediatrics in Rexburg, Idaho since June, 1992. He is originally from Louisiana. His medical education was from LSU Medical Center in New Orleans. His interests include all areas of Pediatric care and Neonatology. He is a diplomat of the American Board of Pediatrics and has done a fellowship in Neonatology.
Douglas Cottrell, DO was raised in Raytown, MO, a suburb of Kansas City. He graduated with honors from Graceland University in Lamoni, IA. He graduated from Kansas City University Hospital, Kansas City, MO in 1982. Dr. Cottrell practiced in the Midwest for the next 24 yrs until moving to Idaho in 2004. During his tenure in the Midwest, he was on the teaching faculties of University Hospital, St. Louis Children’s Hospital and the University of Nebraska School of Medicine. Dr. Cottrell is a recognized Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Jason Hymas, MD grew up in Sugar City. After graduating from Ricks College and BYU-Idaho, he attended the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee and completed his residency at the Children’s Hospital and Medical Center in Omaha. He is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Dr. Hymas enjoys all of Pediatrics, but has a special interest in preventive medicine, newborn care, and treating childhood obesity.
Mark Hammar, PA-C was born and raised in Rexburg, ID. Following as LDS mission in Hong Kong, he attended Ricks College and later transferred to Idaho State University. He completed his Physician Assistant Studies at Jefferson College of Heath Sciences in Roanoke, VA. He is an active member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants.