Ted J. Ryser, MD
Ted J. Ryser, MD earned his medical degree from the University of Rochester, NY where he was selected to be a member of the national medical honor society, Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA). Dr. Ryser went on to serve as Chief Resident of Dermatology during his residency at the Kansas University in Kansas City, KS. During residency Dr. Ryser developed a special interest in caring for pediatric and Spanish speaking patients but is excited to care for all patients in Canyon County and the greater surrounding area.
Prior to his career in medicine, Dr. Ryser was in the informational technology field. While this is now more of a hobby than a career, he is excited to integrate truly novel and useful intersections of technology and medicine into the care of his patients.
Dr. Ryser has authored in numerous peer-reviewed publications engaging in both clinical and basic science research. He is committed to providing the latest cutting-edge treatments to his patients. Dr. Ryser is aware that cutaneous disease can have a devastating physical and psychosocial impact on those afflicted. He finds his greatest professional satisfaction in empowering patients with the knowledge and tools they need to confidently take control of their skin.
Outside of the dermatology clinic Dr. Ryser enjoys spending his time with family, literature, the outdoors or ideally all of the above on a family camping trip.
Accolades and Associations
- University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rochester, NY
- Doctor of Medicine May 2015
- Latino Health Pathway
- AOA Class of 2015
- Brigham Young University, Provo, UT
- BS in Neuroscience, with Spanish Minor
- Graduated Magna Cum Laude
- Fellow of American Academy of Dermatology
- Boise Valley Dermatology Society
- American Medical Association
- Idaho Medical Association
Post Graduate Training
- Kansas University Medical Center Department of Dermatology, Kansas City, KS
- Qualified Bilingual Provider (Spanish)
- Providence Sacred Heart Transitional Residency Program, Spokane, WA
- Graduation June 2016
- American Board of Dermatology 2019