Ben Godfrey, MD

Dr. Ben H. Godfrey is a seasoned pediatrician with a passion for serving his community. He embarked on his medical journey at the University of Utah School of Medicine, earning his degree in 1995. Dr. Godfrey honed his skills during his Pediatric Residency at Primary Children’s Hospital/University of Utah, where he distinguished himself as Chief Pediatric Resident before transitioning to Boise.

For over two decades, Dr. Godfrey has been a pillar of pediatric care in the Treasure Valley. His tenure at Treasure Valley Pediatrics and subsequent integration into the St. Luke’s Health System exemplify his commitment to excellence in healthcare delivery. As Chief of Staff at St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center in Boise and Meridian, Idaho, and Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for the St. Luke’s Health System, he demonstrated exceptional leadership and dedication to advancing healthcare initiatives.

Beyond his professional endeavors, Dr. Godfrey is deeply engaged in community service, notably through his involvement with the Boy Scouts of America and his role as a mentor for the May Fly Project, where he introduces foster children to the serenity of fly fishing. His upbringing in the Intermountain West instilled in him a love for outdoor pursuits, particularly fly fishing, which he enjoys sharing with family and friends. Dr. Godfrey’s linguistic prowess extends beyond medical practice, as he is fluent in modern Greek and well-versed in Ancient Greek literature.

As of April 2024, Dr. Godfrey has brought his wealth of experience and compassionate approach to patient care to Full Circle Health, where he continues to make a meaningful difference in the lives of children and families.

Practice Location:
Boise Pediatrics Clinic

Education & Training

Medical School:
University of Utah School of Medicine
Residency Program:
University of Utah School of Medicine
Specialty/Board Certification:
Pediatrics (ABP)
Practice Interests/Expertise:
Comprehensive care for Pediatric and adolescents
Languages Spoken:
English, Greek