BPOU in the Press

Dr. Ferguson Discusses Why Men’s Health Keeps Declining on KSL NewsRadio

Dr. Richard Ferguson, MD joins the Dave & Dujanovic show on KSL to discuss some possible causes as to the large gap in life expectancy between men and women. Click button to listen to full discussion.

Dr. Ferguson Discusses the Health Concerns with Low Calorie Sweeteners

Dr. Richard Ferguson, MD joins the dave & Dujanovic show on KSL to discuss some possible health concerns among low calorie sweeteners.

U of U Health Page Highlights Dr. Erica Baiden

Learn more about Dr. Erica Baiden’s path to family medicine and her commitment to BPOU’s mission to increase and promomte more future Black physicians in the health care industry in Utah.

‘Aftershock’ Panel Discussion Featured on FOX13 News

FOX13 News features the ‘Aftershock’ panel discussion and its important impact on bringing awareness to Black and Indigenous maternal mortality in America.

‘Aftershock’ Movie and Panel Discussion featured on KUER

KUER features BPOU’s ‘Aftershock’ panel discussion and the important comments made by our amazing panelists.

Dr. Baiden Discusses the Inaccuracies of the BMI Index

Dr. Baiden discusses how the BMI Index is not the best indicator of healthy weight amongst women and people of color.

Dr. Ferguson Featured on Telemundo Utah

Dr. Ferguson is featured on Telemundo to discuss the importance of the Black Physicians of Utah and the purpose of its initial founding.

Dr. Ferguson Discusses The Importance of Black Physician Representation

Healthcare outcomes for Black patients improve when their healthcare providers are Black. Our very own, Dr.Ferguson expands on this and explains why Black physician representation is so important for Black lives.

Dr. Ferguson Discusses the How and Why of Damar Hamlin’s MNF Collapse

Damar Hamlin of the Buffalo Bills suddenly collapsed after a hit during the first quarter – he suffered cardiac arrest according to the Buffalo Bills Twitter account. Our very own, Dr. Richard Ferguson joins the Dave and Dujanovic show to discuss more about what may have happened.

Dr. Ferguson Gives Heart Health Advice for the Holiday Season

Dr. Ferguson gives heart health advice for the holidays. Let’s all take steps to reduce our heart attack risk!

BPOU’s Dr. Ferguson Discusses RSV, Flu, and COVID w/ Dave and Danjanovic

Dr. Ferguson discusses the Hows and Whys to protecting yourself this winter from RSV, Flu, and Covid w/ Dave and Danjanovic on KSL.

BPOU’s Dr. Chesire Discusses Stroke with Dave and Danjanovic

Listen to BPOU’s very own Dr. Samuel Chesire discuss stroke and its impact on politics. Listen to the full thing here.

The Black Physicians of Utah Team Up with Intermountain Healthcare to Help Provide Mentorship for Students of Color

After recently hosting Medicine Immersion Day at Intermountain’s Alta View Hospital, the Black Physicians of Utah teamed up with Intermountain Healthcare once again. This time, Dr. Richard Ferguson and Black Physicians of Utah mentee, Keegan Musaalo from BYU, team up with Scott Roberson from Intermountain to help provide mentorship for students of color. Watch the video to learn more.

Dr. Feguson Joins Dave and Dujanovic to Discuss Shingles and How it’s Affecting Those 50 and Over

Dr. Richard Feguson joins Dave and Dujanovic to discuss shingles and how it’s affecting those 50 and over. It might not be affecting you, but it could very easily be affecting your parents or people you know. Watch the video to learn more.

Dr. Baiden Discusses Breast Cancer Resources on ABC4

Our very own Dr. Baiden joins ABC4 to discusses breast cancer awareness, and resources available to those wanting to learn more about some options available to those interested. Make sure to watch Dr. Baiden’s full feature on ABC4 for more information.

Dr. Richard Ferguson Joins Fox 13 to Discuss the Importance of not Dismissing a Child’s Complaints of Pain and Discomfort

Dr. Richard Ferguson joins Fox 13 to address the importance of not dismissing a child’s complaint of pain or discomfort when it comes to sports. Doing so can lead to long-term disabilities. Find out more at the link below.