Kenny Durrant, PA-C
Emergency response, specialized care for athletes
Kenny is committed to improving community health and safety, especially in critical situations.
Philosophy of Care
“It is important that the patients are informed and comfortable with their treatment plan. This plan is formed in collaboration with the patient and their surgeon. I believe that through this collaborative effort the most effective patient treatment can be obtained.”
“You learn to focus on what really matters, to have a good sense of humor and to have a strong work ethic. I’ve also learned from my grandfather to treat everyone as a friend.”
Those values form the core of Mr. Durrant’s style when working with orthopedic surgery and sports medicine patients. His goal is to create a good relationship and clear communication prior to surgery. He focuses on patient questions and concerns throughout their care.
Mr. Durrant has been a framing carpenter, a wild land firefighter, and later an emergency medical technician. Medical interventions that saved lives while on the job as an EMT encouraged him to pursue additional medical education.
Mr. Durrant enjoys soccer and mountain biking, with Cathedral Hills holding a special draw for biking. He enjoys the sporting opportunities on our rivers, including kayaking and rafting.
He chose to work at Asante Three Rivers Medical Center after visiting the area and found what he was looking for: “I found out this is an awesome team!”
Emergency response and specialized care for athletes
Touro University Nevada MPS, Henderson, Nevada
Weber State University, Ogden, Utah
Nationally certified physician assistant