Chad Tingey, MD
Dr. Chad Tingey is a fellowship-trained skin cancer and reconstructive surgeon, as well as a board-certified dermatologist in Ogden, Utah. He practices the whole spectrum of skincare, from life-saving skin cancer removal to esthetic and cosmetic procedures that help men and women restore their confidence.
Born and raised in Las Vegas, Dr. Tingey received his undergraduate education from Brigham Young University before attending Dartmouth Medical School for his M.D. He served an internship in internal medicine from University of Nevada, then a dermatology residency at Loma Linda University Medical Center.
While studying and practicing dermatology, Dr. Tingey developed a special interest in skin cancer removal and went on to complete a fellowship in Mohs Surgery, the most advanced method of skin cancer removal. Dr. Tingey performs hundreds of successful Mohs Surgery procedures every year; even the most complicated skin cancers have a tremendous cure rate with Mohs Surgery. Learn more about skin cancer removal with Mohs Surgery here.
Scripps Memorial Hospital
Fellowship, Mohs Surgery – completed 2011
Loma Linda University Medical Center
Residency, Dermatology - completed 2010
University of Nevada
Internship, Internal Medicine – completed 2007
Dartmouth Medical School
Brigham Young University
Meet the Team
Dr. Tingey carefully selected his team of trained Ogden skin care professionals to assist him in his Ogden dermatology office. His three physician assistants and team of estheticians strive to exceed patient expectations and help men and women in the community look and feel their very best!
Rebecca Dunn, PA-C
Rebecca Dunn practices as a Physician Assistant at Ogden Clinic, specializing in Dermatology. She has the skill and finesse to perform both corrective and cosmetic skin services for patients in Ogden.
In her free time, Rebecca enjoys traveling, eating new foods, and spending time outdoors with her husband and dog.
Lea Hedstom, PA-C
Lea Hedstrom works as a physician assistant at Ogden Clinic’s Professional Center North, specializing in dermatology treatments like Accutane for patients who need aggressive acne treatment. She received her undergraduate education at Purdue University and completed her PA Studies at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. Lea can help adults and teens with stubborn acne and other skin conditions find relief.
Lea enjoys running, biking, skiing, and spending time with her family, husband, and two dogs.
Greg Reeves, PA-C
Greg Reeves provides treatment for acne with Acutane, also known as isotretinoin, at Ogden Clinic. As a dermatologist physician assistant, he also assists in cosmetic services and medical dermatology including surgery. After receiving his undergraduate education from BYU, Greg went to the University of New England for his Masters.
Greg also enjoys playing golf, tennis, soccer, mountain biking, running, reading, and spending time with his wife and two kids. He is fluent in Portuguese.