David K. Tensmeyer, M.D.
Team Physician, Family Practitioner
Dr. Tensmeyer is a medical doctor who is board certified in Family Practice by the American Board of Family Practice. He also holds a Certificate of Added Qualification in Sports Medicine.
Dr. Tensmeyer received his bachelor's degree in Zoology from Weber State University in 1976 and graduated from the University of Utah School of Medicine in 1981. He served his residency with University of Utah-affiliated hospitals and with the McKay-Dee Family Practice Residency Program.
In addition to his office-based family medical practice (including obstetrics) in the Layton and Ogden areas since 1984, Dr. Tensmeyer has served with the University of Utah Department of Family and Preventive Medicine as a Clinical Instructor (1984-1990) and as an Assistant Professor (1990-1992). He has also served as part-time faculty with the McKay-Dee Family Practice Residency Program since 1992.
Dr. Tensmeyer held the position of Chief Resident during his McKay-Dee Family Practice Residency in 1984. He was the Assistant Chief of the Family Practice Department at McKay-Dee from 1989 to 1992 and the Chief of the Family Practice Department from 1989 to 1992.
Dr. Tensmeyer has been a member of the Board of Directors of both the Utah Academy of Family Physicians (1995-1998), the Collegium Aesulapium (1999-2002), and the Utah affiliate of the American Diabetes Association (1989-1995).
Dr. Tensmeyer has served as a team physician with the Weber State Unviersity athletic programs since 1984. His time with Weber State has included travel and work with the football team, men's and women's basketball teams, and the women's volleyball teams.
Dr. Tensmeyer also provided medical coverage for the first and second rounds of the NCAA Basketball Championships held at WSU's Dee Events Center in both 1986 and 1994. He has served as a physician for Camp UTADA and FCYD (for children and youth with diabetes) since 1980.