Syracuse Pediatrician

Ashley Dennis, M.D.

Ashley Dennis

About Ashley:

Ashley is a native Utahn, having grown up in Holladay, Utah. She attended Utah Valley University for her undergraduate education, where she earned degrees in Spanish, Biology and Chemistry. Prior to medical school, she traveled the world providing humanitarian assistance and even spent time living in Spain and Ethiopia.

She completed both her medical school and residency training at the University of Utah, where she worked hand in hand with the specialists at Primary Children’s Hospital. She is a board certified pediatrician who is affiliated with the AAP, UMA, and AMA.

Ashley loves all aspects of pediatric care including the newborn period all the way to adolescence. Her interests include anything and everything to do with sports and the outdoors (basketball, mountain biking, racquetball, hiking, yoga, etc), young adult fiction, traveling and cuisine. She is also fluent in Spanish and loves working with the Hispanic population in Utah.

Specialty

Pediatrics

Location(s)

Accepting New Patients

Yes

Education

M.D., University of Utah School of Medicine, 2017

Language(s)

English

Spanish

Parent Feedback

We have been coming to Wee Care for 15 years. Dr. Silas has been amazing as my kids primary care physician. He always takes time to answer any questions we have. He has helped us through a lot of medical and emotional conditions. My kids really like him and are always excited to go to their appointments. Bridgette is the best nurse ever, we love seeing her each time as well. I can't say enough good things about them!

—Brooke Miller.

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