Meet Our Physicians
Clint E. Behrend, MD
Dr. Clint Behrend is proud to be part of the Grand Teton Gastroenterology team since 1997. He is Board Certified in Gastroenterology and has privileges at EIRMC, Mountain View Hospital, as well as Grand Teton Surgical Center. He is a member of the American College of Gastroenterology amd American Gastroenterology Association. Dr. Behrend is excited to add research to benefit the patients in Idaho.
Dr. Behrend hails from the State of Maryland where he earned his B.A. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, and then completed medical school. He fulfilled his Internship and Residency at Dartmouth in Hanover, NH followed by a Fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess in Boston, MA.
Dr. Behrend and his wife, Paula, have two amazing daughters they have raised in Idaho Falls. They enjoy camping, fishing, snowmobiling, kayaking and all beauty Idaho has to offer.
Larry C. Evans, D.O.
Dr. Evans is a native of South-Eastern Idaho. He graduated from Snake River High School in 1989, served an LDS mission to Santiago, Chile, and attended Ricks College, where he met his wife, April. He graduated from the University of Idaho with degrees in Chemistry, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. Dr. Evans then began his medical education at the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (founded in 1892). He graduated from medical school in 2001 in the top 15% of his class and went on to complete a residency in Internal Medicine and a fellowship in Gastroenterology at Genesys Regional Medical Center in Michigan. During his training four wonderful children joined the family.
Dr. Evans and his family were able to move back to South-Eastern Idaho in 2008 to join Grand Teton Gastroenterology.
Dr. Evans is Board Certified in Gastroenterology.
Paul M. Hendrix, M.D.
Dr. Paul Hendrix is Board Certified in both Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology. A native of Louisiana, he received his medical degree from Louisiana State University School of Medicine in New Orleans in 1988. He completed his Internship and Residency in Internal Medicine at Norwalk Hospital/Yale University School of Medicine. He then completed a three year Gastroenterology Fellowship also at Norwalk Hospital/Yale University, finishing in 1994.
Dr. Hendrix joined Grand Teton Gastroenterology in July of 1994. Dr. Hendrix and his wife, Cindy have three grown children. They love the outdoors and all of the amenities that southeastern Idaho and the surrounding areas have to offer.
Ned R. Warner, D.O.
Ned R. Warner is board certified in Gastroenterology. He joined the Grand Teton Gastroenterology team in 2006. His Michigan State three year gastroenterology fellowship and three year internal medicine residency took place in Farmington Hills, Michigan at Botsford General Hospital. During his gastroenterology fellowship, he won the 2006 clinical research award with a colon cancer related publication in the American Journal of Gastroenterology. As an internal medicine resident, he won the 2003 most outstanding resident award. He earned his D.O. (doctor of osteopathic medicine) degree from the University of North Texas Colloge of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Worth, Texas and his B.S. in Psychology from the University of Utah. He is a native of Salt Lake City, Utah graduating from Highland High School.
Todd A. Williams, M.D.
Dr. Williams is a native of New Mexico. He is Board Certified in Gastroenterology and Internal medicine. He grew up in Santa Fe, Las Cruces, Roswell, and Albuquerque. After four years active duty in the United States Marine Corps he earned a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. He subsequently earned his Doctor of Medicine from the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center and trained for three years in Internal Medicine. He was then accepted into the Fellowship Program in Gastroenterology at the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center where he finished in May of 2005.
Dr. Williams is also an eight-year veteran of the New Mexico Air National Guard where he was the Flight Surgeon for the 188th fighter squadron and has flown multiple non-combat missions in the F-16D fighter jet. He provided medical support for joint operations involving the Air Forces of the United States, Brazil, Argentina, and Chili. He also participated in medical humanitarian missions in Equador. Prior to coming to Idaho Falls, he served a tour at LSA, Anaconda, Balad, Iraq at a Level 3 trauma hospital where he worked in the Intensive Care Unit treating United States and Coalition troops, Iraqi civilians and enemy prisoners of war. He also spent two weeks in New Orleans assisting the victims of Hurricane Katrina.