Tyson C. Schwab, MD, MS, attended the University of Utah School of Medicine and trained in Family Medicine at Intermountain Healthcare where he served as Chief Resident. He has completed additional graduate education and training in bioengineering at the University of Utah.
In 2021, Dr. Schwab joined the University of Utah School of Medicine Faculty. His clinical responsibilities at the University of Utah primarily include the Neurobehavioral HOME program, where he serves as Associate Medical Director. He continues to supervise and mentor medical students, PA students and resident physicians at the Madsen, Sugarhouse and Centerville clinics. Dr. Schwab serves as a faculty lead in the Clinical Method Curriculum (CMC) Course. He also serves as a faculty mentor at the Center for Medical Innovation. His bioengineering interests includes non-invasive wearables and biomechanic ergonomics.
As a health policy enthusiast, Dr. Schwab serves as a delegate to the American Medical Association (AMA) where he advocates for improved medical education and quality health care on a national level. He is the proud recipient of the AMA National Advocacy Scholar Award and the AMA Excellence in Medicine Leadership Award.
Dr. Schwab's medical interests include primary care, medical education, innovation, technology, rural medicine, underserved medicine, and quality improvement. Dr. Schwab grew up in Bountiful, Utah. He and his wife have three kids. He enjoys international traveling, college football (Go Utes), everything Disney, making sushi, and spending time with his family.