Gus Blad, FNP-BC

Gus Blad, FNP-BC
5.0 out of 5 
Specialty: 
Pulmonology
Sleep Medicine
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Education & Training: 
Idaho State University

Gus Blad, FNP-BC was born and raised in Pocatello, Idaho. His caring personality and natural ability to help others led him to the nursing profession. As he was caring for people, as a Registered Nurse, he wanted to be able to do more for the patients he served. He decided to continue is education at Idaho State University, graduating as a Family Nurse Practitioner in 2011. His degree allows him to provide complete care to those patients he sees.

He is a member of the American College of Chest Physicians and the American Association of Nurse Practitioners.

Outside of work, he loves spending time with his wife and four children. He is an avid sports enthusiast and enjoys volunteering throughout the community in youth programs. He looks to continue his service at Portneuf Medical Group and knows that you’ll breathe easier and sleep better under his care.

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Gus Blad, FNP-BC

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 01/06/2016

It is such a rarity to find someone in the medical profession who genuinely cares so much about patients and is willing to go the extra mile for them. I was a patient for a year before having to move away or I would be a patient for life. I've yet to find someone in my new town who is so understanding and helps me laugh off my anxiety so going to the doctor isn't so stressful, not to mention the vast improvement in my condition!

   — Keep Fighting


 04/29/2021

Friendly staff No long wait Answers questions Helpful

   — Cindy Luker


 04/14/2021

I feel Gus is genuinely concerned about my wellbeing and makes me comfortable during my visits.

   — Idaho Red


 07/08/2021

I’ve had asthma for many years and it is under control very well, but when I have an attack, usually brought on by flu or a cold, I need help quickly. Gus has a plan and is embellish to help me when I need it most! He’s an excellent listener and that is important in a medical personnel, because the patient knows their body better than anyone! I’m so glad I found him.

   — Sandi Long