Dr. Scott D. Turner, M.D.
Dr. Michael C. Clark, O.D.
Meet Our Providers
Dr. Richard J. Bigler, O.D.
Dr. Turner is a native of Brigham City having graduated from Box Elder High School in 1992. Dr. Turner's parents are Darrel and Colleen Turner of Pleasant View.
Dr. Turner attended Brigham Young University where he graduated Cum Laude. He completed medical school at Saint Louis University where he graduated with honors. Dr. Turner completed his ophthalmology residency at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock. He is board certified and specializes in general ophthalmology and cataract surgery.
Dr. Turner and his wife have six children. Dr. Turner enjoys spending time with his family especially in the great outdoors.
Dr. Clark was born in Rutland, Vermont, but spent much of his youth in Northern Utah. As a graduate of Box Elder High School and Weber State University, he has many ties to the area.
He received his Doctor of Optometry degree from Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California. He completed multiple ocular disease externships in in various modes of practice including hospital-based optometry, ophthalmology/optometry clinics, as well as the community health setting. He also completed an externship in primary eye care in a private practice where he developed an interest in dry eye and specialty contact lenses.
Dr. Clark lives in Brigham City with his wife and enjoys a wide variety of activities including: camping, auto mechanics, construction, athletics, music, and reading. He is excited to be back in Northern Utah!
Richard J. Bigler is a native of Box Elder County. He grew up in Mantua and graduated from Box Elder High School and Brigham Young University.
After graduating from the Southern California College of Optometry, he practiced in California for a while and returned to Brigham City in 1996 to join Brigham Eye Specialists. He specializes in contact lens fitting and general optometry.
He lives with his family in South Weber and sings in the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.