C. Jeffrey Zollinger M.D.
Dr. Zollinger, a medical provider at Madison Memorial Rexburg Medical Clinic, has been with us since 1980. He attended Ricks College, BYU, Universidad de Guadalajara, and the University of California Davis.
His is certified in ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support); PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support); NRP (Newborn Resuscitation); ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support). He is also a member of AAFP (American Academy of Family Practice).
He has six children and 15 grandchildren. His wife, Mary, is a nurse and together they travel to South America for the LDS Church teaching Newborn Resuscitation.
"I love the atmosphere and staff at Madison Memorial Rexburg Medical Clinic. Some have been working here longer than I have. I am now delivering babies for women that I delivered. It is so rewarding to take care of families from birth and throughout their lives."
Joseph Watson M.D.
Dr. Watson is a Rexburg native. He attended Ricks College and then Idaho State University. He graduated from Michigan State University Medical School. His then completed his residency in Family Medicine at Idaho State University. He is certified in ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support); NRP (Newborn Resuscitation); PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support); ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support); and ALSO (Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics). He is also a member of AAFP (American Academy of Family Practice).
Dr. Watson and his wife, Autumn, have three children. Together they enjoy bow hunting, golfing, and relaxing as a family.
"Practicing at the Madison Memorial Rexburg Medical Clinic is like coming home. I was a patient here as a child, and hope to continue the Medical Center's tradition of warm supportive care. I've enjoyed serving families in a compassionate atmosphere with a diversity of services available."
Trevor Wilde D.O.
Dr. Trevor Wilde was born and raised in the Hibbard Area on the outskirts of Rexburg. He knew from a young age that "he wanted to be a doctor." After Graduating from Madison Senior High School in 2000, he served a Spanish speaking mission in Southern Florida. He then completed Degrees from Brigham Young University-Idaho, A.T. Still University - Kirksville in Northeast Missouri, and Family Practice Residency in Pocatello, Idaho.
Dr. Wilde is certified in ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support); PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support); NRP (Newborn Resuscitation); ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support); and ALSO (Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics). He is Board Certified in Family Practice and also a member of AAFP (American Academy of Family Practice). Dr. Wilde, although not a Pediatrician, was recognized as the number one provider of pediatric care while a resident in Pocatello by patient nomination.
Dr. Wilde enjoys spending time with his wife Tara, who is a native of Rigby, and their 4 children. They enjoy shooting bows together, golfing, fly fishing, taking walks with their two dogs, and hunting throughout Idaho.
"Being able to return to Rexburg to fulfill a childhood dream and love for medicine by caring for others, is both exciting and humbling. Madison Memorial Rexburg Medical Clinic offers a perfect opportunity to care for the great people that I have met, both while growing up in Rexburg and again in working here as a Resident Physician before joining the practice full time. The tools and capabilities of the Rexburg Medical Center and its staff both improves the care given to each of our patients, as well as the enjoyment of working in such a great environment."
Zachery Brunson P.A.-C
Zach is a native to Rexburg. He attended Ricks College after graduating from Madison High school. After a year of College he served a mission to Barcelona, Spain. Upon returning from his mission Zach finished his Associates Degree at Ricks / BYU-I. Then he transferred to ISU for his Bachelors Degree.
After ISU he continued his PA studies with the Military. He graduated from the Interservice Physician Assistant Program with in 2005. His Master’s Degree, in Physician Assistant Studies, is accredited through the University of Nebraska school of Medicine.
Zach continues to serve in the Idaho Army National Guard and was deployed to Iraq in 2009 – 2010. He has been working in the surrounding areas, but is excited to be back in his home town again.
Zach and his wife Jaclyn, another native to the area, have two children. They enjoy boating, waterskiing, biking, music and spending time together.