Bret A. Paulson, P.A.-C.

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Bret A. Paulson, P.A.-C.
Verified Patient Rating: 5 (38 patient reviews and ratings)
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Bret Paulson is a native of Idaho. He was raised in Coeur d’Alene and graduated with dean’s honors from Ricks College and Idaho State University. He also completed his graduate studies at Idaho State University in the physician assistant program.

Bret has a broad employment history having worked six years of family practice in Carson City, Nevada, and 18 months with Tahoe Fracture & Orthopaedics, where he specialized in the spine. He joined Lewiston Orthopedics in August 2008 and works directly with Dr. Regan B. Hansen.

In 1988, Bret received an Outstanding Citizens Award from the mayor of Coeur d’Alene related to services rendered for his Eagle Scout Award. He is the oldest of five children. He served a two-year mission for his church in St. Louis, Missouri, where he enjoyed working in several large hospitals. He and his wife, Rhonda, have four children. His hobbies include camping, fishing, hunting, and motorcycles.

Patient Reviews

  • Excellent.
    Robert P.
  • Quick and thorough attention when I needed it.
    Lynne M.
  • Always very happy with service provided. Takes the time to explain & tell me options.
    Linda S.
  • Everyone was charming and helpful. Bret Paulson P.A.-C. was very thorough in explaining everything.
    Rita L.
  • Very informative. Explained what was shown in my X Ray's. Very pleasant, not in a hurry, took time to answer my questions.
    Linda S.
  • Very personable and explained xrays, injury, and planned procedure.
    Mary M.
  • Very informative and relaxed atmosphere. Brett Paulson listened and really heard my concerns.
    John B.
  • Articulate, informative, personable, and professional.
    David W.
  • Brett Paulson is a beautiful, caring person. Very knowledgeable and terrific at his job. The girl in the x-ray is so special and caring also. Just a wonderful staff.
    Carla N.
  • Brett did a great job smoothing some anxious feelings of our five yr old daughter who was traumatized by her injury.
    Marie P.