In practice since 2002, Darin L. Weyhrich, MD is a board-certified OB/GYN physician who believes in quality, one-on-one care for his patients in Boise, Idaho. He believes in offering women the traditional pre-examination consultation, as well as the latest in technology and research-based care. Dr. Weyhrich recently served as the chairman of the American College of OB/GYN and chairman of St. Luke’s Regional Medical Center OB/GYN.
Dr. Weyhrich is an expert in vaginal and minimally-invasive surgeries, normal and high-risk pregnancies, and women’s health issues.
A longtime resident of Boise, Dr. Weyhrich graduated from Boise High, then went to Swarthmore College and earned degrees in History and Economics, graduating Phi Beta Kappa. He attended Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, graduating with honors, then he remained at Johns Hopkins Hospital to complete a one-year fellowship in internal medicine.
He completed his OB/GYN residency at the University of Washington, where he researched acute fatty liver during pregnancy and fetal heart rate changes associated with uterine rupture.
Dr. Weyhrich gives local lectures on menstrual migraines, bioidentical hormone therapy, female sexual dysfunction, and the role of the OB/GYN in primary practice.
Dr. Weyhrich is the father of twin daughters and a son, and in his spare time likes to mountain bike, ski, and work on his kayaking skills.
"He is the absolute best OBGYN doctor I have ever seen. He has amazing bedside manner and he actually listens and cares!"
"I called Dr. Weyhrichs office to discuss a procedure, the staff over the phone was so helpful and answered all my questions."
"Dr. Weyhrich is truly a blessing! I had a high risk pregnancy and I switched to Dr. Weyhrich at 29 weeks because I was not getting the care I need with my other doctor."
"I have been to a lot of doctors. Nobody compares to Dr. Weyhrich! He takes the time to answer your questions."
"Dr. Weyhrich is a very educated man and does a wonderful job of educating his patients and helping them to understand the complex medical world."