Cody Pulsipher joined the Intermountain Healthcare team because it’s in his nature to serve, which is why he founded the Tyler Water Project, a global initiative promoting sanitation and clean water.
Before joining our team at our Pahrump location, Mr. Pulsipher worked as an ER physician assistant and urgent care physician assistant in Las Vegas and Murray, Utah.
Mr. Pulsipher earned his BS from University of Utah in Salt Lake City and his MS-PAS from Franklin Pierce University of Physician Assistant Studies in Lebanon, New Hampshire. He is certified by the Nevada State Board of Medical Examiners, the Nevada State Board of Pharmacy, and the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.
In his spare time, Mr. Pulsipher travels and provides medical services to Syrian war refugees, as well as participating in global clean water efforts. He also serves on the board of Flying Doctors of America. He is a native Nevadan and enjoys coffee, music, film, family, and friends.
Franklin Pierce University