Meet the Doctor
Dr. Dallas Rindfleisch is a board certified Family Medicine physician. He is native to Eastern Idaho being raised in Blackfoot and graduated from its high school. He continued his education at Idaho State University with a Bachelor of Biology. He then attended medical school at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine. His residency for family medicine was done at Valley Hospital in downtown Las Vegas, where he was introduced to, and treated various medical ailments. While in his residency in Las Vegas he learned both the art of medicine, as well as, the art of properly caring for patients in a compassionate and empathetic way.
Dr. Rindfleisch enjoys spending time with his family and exploring the great outdoors that Idaho has to offer. His hobbies include hunting, fishing, camping, and hiking our numerous surrounding mountains, rivers, and lakes. He also enjoys exercising and participating in sports of all kinds in the community. He also enjoys volunteering part of his time and expertise by being a physician for various high school sports and club leagues. Showing up to work on his Harley in full dress is not a rare occasion for him. He enjoys working on his vehicle when things are broke and cruising around in his backhoe around the house.
Dr. Rindfleisch likes to think of himself as a ‘down to earth’ physician who is easy going, jovial, intellectual, thorough, who takes pride in properly treating people with evidence-based medicine. He believes in what some may call ‘old medicine’ by doing home visits to those who are in need. Dr. Rindfleisch tries to do everything he can for his patients while in the office and believes in sending them to specialists or the hospital only when absolutely necessary. He strives to be an excellent physician whom patients feel comfortable and have no problem talking to and trusting him with their most sensitive health concerns. Taking enough time to listen to each patient’s concerns is a strength. Dr. Rindfleisch feels it is imperative to fully understand patients’ concerns in order to diagnose properly and determine optimal treatment for them.