Scott Malm was born and raised in Pocatello, Idaho. He joined the Army at age seventeen and was trained to be a surgical technician. He served in the Army for ten years and was awarded the Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal and Soldier of the year in 1995.
Scott is fluent in Spanish and lived in Chile, South America for two years. He was in the Idaho State University's first class of Physician Assistants graduating in 1997. He received his Master's Degree in Emergency Medicine from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in which he received an overall grade of A+. In addition to this Scott is certified in Advanced Trauma Life Support.
He has been an Affiliate Faculty Member at Idaho State University teaching for the PA Program and teaching Medical Spanish for the Sociology Department. Scott has worked as a Physician Assistant in the Pocatello area for over 20 years working in Family Practice Medicine, Emergency Medicine and now Orthopedics.
Scott enjoys playing the piano and guitar, singing, skiing and mountain biking.