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Trent DeLong, DO

Prior to medical school, Trent obtained both undergraduate and graduate degrees in the arts and humanities. He worked professionally in music for several years, traveling to dozens of countries and nearly every U.S. state. Following a health crisis with his father, Trent was inspired by Dr. Marcus Williams, a cardiothoracic surgeon so much so that he embarked on a path to pursue a career in medicine. 

Trent completed his medical degree at Arkansas College of Osteopathic Medicine. While in medical school, he found himself drawn to family medicine due to the ability to practice as a full-scope physician. 

His professional interests include gastrointestinal health as well as endoscopy and endoscopic procedures, inpatient and emergency medicine, POCUS, surgical and inpatient-procedures and more. When not fulfilling clinical responsibilities, Trent enjoys spending time with family, exploring the outdoors, community service, medical missions, traveling, aviation, and golf. 

“I am truly honored to be part of Full Circle Health‘s Family Medicine Residency of Idaho. I am blessed to work with such an amazing team of residents, attendings, faculty and staff. Our residency program is truly outstanding and provides the environment, space, and training necessary to practice as a full-scope family medicine physician.” – Trent

Andrew Harding, DO

Caldwell RTT Program

Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine

Born in Utah, and raised in Twin Falls, ID where most of my family still lives, I grew up the 4th of 5 kids. Growing up in southern Idaho helped me develop a love for the outdoors and adventure, where I was actively participating in scouting and church activities. After serving a 2 year mission for my church in Australia, where I continued to develop a love for travel, outdoors and camping, I attended Arizona State University and played club waterpolo for Mesa, AZ. 

I am a father of 2 wonderful kids, the best pooch, and an avocado tree. I enjoy working out, boating and playing basically any sport out there. 

My love for family medicine stems from the ability to do so much and not be limited by my specialty. I hope to one day further expand my practice by completing a sports medicine or emergency medicine fellowship. 

Taylor Sorenson, DO

Caldwell RTT Program

Pacific Northwest University College of Osteopathic Medicine

Taylor was born and raised in the small town of Aurora, UT. Growing up in an underserved area is where her passion for rural medicine began. She noticed the hardships her small town community faced when it came to obtaining appropriate medical care and the frequent struggle to find a committed family practitioner. Most of Taylor’s free time growing up was spent outdoors, whether that be on a four-wheeler, go-kart, boat, or wake-surfing. She would not change her small town upbringing for anything as it provided her the opportunity to discover why small town living and its communities are the best.

She attended undergraduate school at Southern Utah University where she majored in Biology and where she also met her husband Noah. She then attended Pacific Northwest University for medical school with her eyes always set on rural family medicine. She served as the Family Medicine Club Vice President, became a member of the Sigma Sigma Phi Honor Society, and was selected to join the Gold Humanism Society by her peers. She also traveled to Uganda, Africa for a global medicine trip during the 1st year of medical school as global medicine is another huge passion of hers. She then completed her clinical training right here in beautiful Boise and the surrounding areas. 

Currently Taylor spends her free time hiking with her husband and two dogs (Maple and Milo), traveling, and spending as much time with her family as possible. Her medical interests are Behavioral Health, Global Health, and Rural Medicine. 

Taylor is thrilled continue her training in Idaho and is so excited to be joining the Full Circle Health family!