William Hough, DO
William E. Hough, DO is a practicing Family Practitioner in West Jordan, UT. Dr. Hough graduated from Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1973 and has been in practice for more than 43 years. He completed a residency at Mt Clemens General Hospital.
Dr. Hough began his career in rural Oklahoma making house calls, delivering babies and doing surgery. In 1981 he moved briefly to Indiana and then 28 years in Illinois. Dr. Hough retired and moved to Lehi, Utah to work with his son at Lehi Valley Urgent Care.
Dr. Hough is a rare physician, he enjoys teaching and usually is found with a medical, NP or PA student at his side. He recently completed training and received approval for treating patients with opioid dependency.
William has been married to his lovely bride for 47 years. They have 3 children and 16 grandchildren. He loves goose hunting, fishing and gardening. He is an avid Cardinals and Cowboys fan.
David Hillam, MD
Dr. David Hillam is a family care physician from Provo and a graduate of Brigham Young University. Following his studies at BYU, David attended medical school at the University of Cincinnati. Originally, David was on track to finish the MD/PhD program at the University of Cincinnati, with a focus on Cystic Fibrosis research. However, he soon fell in love with the role of a family care physician following his interactions with several mentors in medical school who showed him how rewarding such a position is.
Dr. Hillam was a member of the BYU Astronomy Society and the Honors Student Council. At BYU, David pursued his love for science as much as he could and graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Molecular Biology. As a student, he worked in a lab evaluating DNA samples of Egyptian mummies to determine key differences between ancient and modern man.
Following the completion of his residency rotations, he moved back to Roosevelt, Utah working the emergency room of the local hospital. During this time, David picked up several skills and experiences that set him apart from regular family practice doctors. Eventually, Dr. Hillam and his family found themselves back in his hometown of Provo, where he worked at a clinic operated by the University of Utah for several years.
During his journey he became interested in opioid dependency. David studied and applied for a special DEA license to treat patients with alternative medications. With over a decade of addiction recovery medicine under his belt he is one of the most experienced doctors in Utah. Currently David practices at Salson Clinics in West Jordan, Utah.