Dale Belnap is a 2013 graduate of the ISU Physician Assistant Program. A native of Inkom, he graduated from Marsh Valley High School then completed an LDS mission to Italy. He earned degrees in both Music and Psychology at Brigham Young University, after which he spent several years working in social services positions.
As soon as he was able, Dale returned to Inkom, where he currently lives with his wife Ashleigh. They have seven children, including six very active boys and one girl. When he’s not shuttling boys to practices and games, Dale enjoys gardening, tending trees, reading, watching BYU sports and doing laundry.
Dale is probably most wellknown locally for his music composition and piano playing. In college, he played keyboard for various shows and groups, including the BYU Young Ambassadors. Since moving home, he has continued to write songs and producevarious piano albums. He loves accompanying and performing and has made many great friends while sharing his music.
Dale not only has a great ear for music, but a great ear for people. He is a wonderful listener and a loyal friend. He sincerely enjoys his patients and is committed to continually honing his skills to better serve them.
He loves his new career as a PA with the Idaho Hand Institute and is looking forward to meeting and helping new and returning patients.