“My favorite things about our communities are the small town atmosphere and big city opportunities and activities that are always available to residents. It is hard to find that anywhere else! My wife and I have enjoyed raising our family in the area!”
Dr. Stephen Hall has been providing primary family medicine and obstetrical care to area residents for over 13 years! Dr. Hall graduated from medical school at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. in 1985. As the top student in his class, he received the Horowitz Award for academic excellence. After finishing medical school, he completed his three year family medicine residency at David Grant Medical Center, at Travis Air Force Base in California.
I consider it a great privilege to have the opportunity to care for so many individuals and continue looking forward to assisting patients for many more years to come.
Following the completion of his residency, Dr. Hall traveled the world while serving on active duty as a physician in the United States Air Force. He enjoyed his service in the Air Force, taking the opportunity to stay involved with intra-mural sports between squadron teams, taking in the local sights, and developing a great love for the traditions and culture he encountered. Dr. Hall spent two years living on base at the Iraklion Air Station, located on the Greek island of Crete. He was one of the last 30 people who remained on location, assisting with the official closing of the base. The next three years he spent at Aviano Air Base in northeastern Italy.
On a visit to the states, he learned of the need for physicians in the Palouse area. This proved to be the right place for both he and his young family. Finishing his service in the Air Force, he came directly to Pullman and joined the practice of Dr. Jim Duffy in 1997. A year later, this family medicine clinic merged to form the Palouse Medical we know today.
Dr. Hall is a board certified physician offering a full complement of family medicine and obstetrical care services. Providing primary care for patients of all ages, his specific medical interests include:
Born in Oakland, California, he was raised in both California and Idaho Falls, Idaho. Throughout the years, Dr. Hall has been very involved in the communities where he has lived. He has participated in many community projects, serving in leadership positions within his church, and as a member of multiple committees within the medical field.
Dr. Hall teaches first year medical students through the WWAMI program in collaboration with Washington State University and ACLS/PALS courses for medical staff. He also enjoys assisting WSU’s Athletic Department with yearly physical exams.
Dr. Hall enjoys a wide variety of pastimes. One of his greatest accomplishments remains completing the “Death Ride” cycling Tours of the Californian Alps. This one day ride entails 129 miles of cycling, and over 15,000 + feet of elevation change, while navigating through five passes along the Sierra Mountain range. Possessing a great love for flying, Dr. Hall is working on obtaining his pilot’s license. He has enjoyed skiing and rock climbing, is passionate about gardening, beekeeping, cheese making, attending sporting events, and enjoys spending time with his family.
Certified by the American Board of Family Medicine
Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certified
Pediatric Advanced Life Support Certified
Certified in Neonatal Resuscitation
American Academy of Family Physicians
Alpha Omega Alpha
Hospital Staff Member at Pullman Regional Hospital, Pullman, Washington
Medical School: George Washington University, Washington, D.C. – 1989
Internship & Residency: Family Practice Residency – David Grant Medical Center, Travis Air Force Base, CA, 1989-1992.
Bachelor of Science Double Majoring in Microbiology & Biochemistry Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho – 1985
Associates Degree in Pre-Medicine – Rick’s College (BYU Idaho), Rexburg, Idaho – 1983