UPHS – Marquette welcomes podiatrist Brad Benson, DPM

MARQUETTE — UP Health System — Marquette is pleased to welcome podiatrist Brad Benson, DPM.

Dr. Benson grew up in Marquette before earning his undergraduate degree at Northern Michigan University. He went to Medical School at Kent State University and did his residency at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center/Case Western Reserve.

“My family and I had a strong pull the area having grown up in Marquette,” Dr. Benson said. “My wife and I moved away to the city for medical school and residency training always knowing that we wanted to relocate back to a more rural area to help care for the community and raise our daughter. Marquette was the perfect place.

“The people of the community serviced by UPHS was the biggest draw when considering our relocation back to the UP. As a local, I have a lot of pride in the area and having the privilege to serve the people of this community is an honor.”

Dr. Benson recently served as a Podiatric Medicine/Surgery Resident at St. Vincent Charity Medical Center. He is certified in Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support, and he has an Ohio Medical Training License. Dr. Benson is also a member of the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, American Podiatric Medical Association and Ohio Foot and Ankle Medical Association.

“I believe in a “patient-first” philosophy where the patient and I work as a team, along with other providers, when necessary, to provide the best care possible,” Dr. Benson said. “By placing the patient first and treating them as a whole, we are able to accomplish more than just the immediate problem that brought them into the office.

“My training provided me with a diverse background in all foot and ankle problems and I am confident in treating the majority of cases that will come through the door. That being said, one of my passions is limb salvage, especially in the diabetic cohort. I would love to continue on with the work, which has been started in making Marquette the regional location for managing these complex patients.”

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