Douglas E. Holt, MD

“The diagnosis and treatment of cancer can be overwhelming and challenging for patients and their loved ones. It is a critical moment. I chose to become a Radiation Oncologist to provide the best clinical care and treatment while also building important patient relationships. As medical information is often complex and difficult to understand when making impactful decisions, I spend extra effort for patients and their families to know what is happening and how we are going to help.”

Dr. Holt enjoys spending time with his family, skiing and playing racquetball.

Education

MD: MD: University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Clinical Scientist Training Program: University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Internship: University of Utah, Salt Lake, UT
Residency: Chief Resident, University of Colorado, Aurora, CO

Board Certification

Eligible – American Board of Radiology, Radiation Oncology
Dr. Holt has specialized training in a wide range of cutting-edge radiation therapies and techniques including SRS, SBRT, VMAT and High Dose Rate (HDR) Brachytherapy in a vast array of malignancies and benign tumors with training from the University of Colorado where he served as Chief Resident. He also received additional prostatic and gynecological HDR brachytherapy training at Memorial Sloan Kettering. He has a passion for improving the patient experience where he has been recognized for his efforts with grant funding and receiving the 2021 National Association of Community Cancer Centers (ACCC) Innovator of the Year Award with his work in pioneering the use of advanced imaging review during clinical consultations for patients and their caregivers. He is a co-creator of RadFlixTM – a radiation compatible video distraction system used to reduce anxiety and anesthesia for adult and pediatric patients.

 

Dr. Holt takes care of patients at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center in Idaho Falls, ID and St. John’s Hospital in Jackson, WY.
Dr. Fisher takes care of patients at Ogden Regional Hospital in Ogden, UT.