Brandon Pires, MD. I had the privilege of attending The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) earning my Dual BS in Biology and Psychology before pursing my medical education in 2017. I was then accepted into the Family Medicine Accelerated Track (FMAT) completing my Medical Degree at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) in 2020. I completed my residency in Family Medicine at TTUHSC Amarillo Campus along with my board certification in 2023. My training includes care of all ages including newborns, children, adolescents, adults, and geriatric medicine. I perform a wide range of procedures including skin biopsies, contraceptive management, trigger point injections, and plan to expand my skillset further. I have a strong interest in ultrasound modalities for guided procedures and enhanced diagnostics. I also enjoy academic medicine and incorporate patient education into my practice.
I’ve always had a strong connection to family medicine through our hometown primary care provider, and with an interest in the sciences, it served as the best outlet to work with people on a daily basis. I approach each patient with the goal of improving their quality of life, preventing long-term complications of illness, and helping patients understand their own health. Generally, people have described me as easy to get along with and calm tempered.
If I’m not at work, I’m usually spending my time in other endeavors such as exercising, hiking, playing soccer, or tinkering with electronics. It’s rare for me to not be listening to music at some point throughout my day. Originally from New Jersey, and having grown up in Texas, I’m excited to be in Colorado to explore all that is has to offer. My wife and I love to travel and plan to continue seeing the world as much as we can. We have two goldendoodles, and although they drive us crazy, we couldn’t imagine life without their energy.