Ryan L. Stewart, MD
Dr. Ryan Stewart brings his appreciation for healthy activities to his role as a primary-care physician at Tanner Clinic Syracuse. “Exercise really is medicine” is how he expresses this belief, and he conveys that to his patients through consultation and personal example.
Dr. Stewart began his higher education with a bachelor’s degree from Weber State University. He received his medical training at the University of Utah School of Medicine.
Dr. Stewart completed the McKay-Dee Family Medicine Residency, where he served as chief resident. During that time, he also worked in clinics around the Weber and Davis areas, including Weber Basin Job Corps, Wee Care Pediatrics in Layton, Midtown Community Health Center in Ogden and in Tremonton at the Bear River Valley Hospital’s emergency room.
He continues to serve his community as a volunteer physician with the Davis Volunteer Medical Clinic in Clearfield, Utah, and has served as a medical director of the Ogden Marathon. He is an adjunct faculty member with Weber State University’s Athletic Training Program, teaching sports-medicine students.
Among the certifications carried by Dr. Stewart are Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) and Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ALSO).
Dr. Stewart lives with his wife and four children in Kaysville. He enjoys staying healthy with favorite activities such as skiing, fly-fishing and, especially, running.