Dr. Eric C. Chenworth, DO
Dr. Chenworth is a native of Utah and has been practicing allergy since completing his specialty and subspecialty training at Mayo Clinic in 2007. He completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Mayo Clinic, in Rochester, Minnesota. After his residency he was given the opportunity to stay at Mayo to complete a fellowship in Allergy and Immunology. After his fellowship, and a brief time in private practice, he joined the faculty of National Jewish as Assistant Professor of Medicine, where his responsibilities included teaching other doctors as well providing care to patients with complicated conditions. National Jewish is a center of renown for respiratory conditions, including allergy, asthma and immunology.
He returned to Utah in 2010. After a few years of practice here in Utah, he started Wasatch Allergy and Asthma with a goal of provide unique and compassionate care to people that suffer from asthma, allergy and related conditions. He is quickly becoming one of the favorite allergist in the region.
In his spare time, Dr. Chenworth enjoys spending time with his family and animals.
Gina Hill, FNP-C
Gina Hill moved to Salt Lake City from rural northeastern Nevada so that she could attend college at the University of Utah. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biology and a Master of Art degree in teaching at the U. In 2010, Gina earned a second Bachelor of Science degree in nursing from the University of Southern Maine. Gina worked for five years as a registered nurse gaining invaluable experience working with acutely ill adult patients. In 2014, Gina returned to school to earn a Master of Science degree as a family nurse practitioner from Westminster College. When she is not working, Gina enjoys being with her family, travelling, playing the piano, and spending time outdoors.
Gina’s approach to Patient Care: “I consider each patient to be a distinct individual who may be affected by asthma and/or allergy. While asthma and allergy are relatively common conditions, the symptoms and how they interfere with each patient’s daily life can vary significantly. I try to address each patient’s asthma and allergy needs within the context of their unique circumstances while keeping patient safety at the forefront of treatment planning”.
Julie Frischknecht Larsen, NP-C
Julie is a board certified Acute Care Nurse Practitioner. She graduated with a Doctor of Nursing Degree from the University of Utah in 2012 with Sigma Theta Tau Honors. Her Nurse Practitioner experience ranges from working in a dedicated Respiratory Intensive Care Unit and pulmonary consult service to treating acutely injured patients on a trauma service. Previous to becoming a Nurse Practitioner, she attended Weber State University where she obtained a Bachelor’s of Science degree in nursing, graduating Summa Cum Laude in 2007. As a registered nurse, she gained experience in treating respiratory compromised patients in the intensive care setting.
When Julie is not working she enjoys running, biking, hiking, and spending time with her husband and three children.