Brewster Kellogg, D.O.

Dr. Kellogg was born and raised in Arizona. He first came to Kansas as a student in order to attend Manhattan Christian College located in Manhattan, KS. He transferred to K-state and received a BA and MA in English.

Dr. Kellogg received his medical education at the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his family practice residency through the University of Missouri Kansas City in July 2004. Dr. Kellogg is Board Certified in Family Practice medicine.

Dr. Kellogg explains why he chose Family Practice, “I enjoy so many different types of medicine and so many different types of patients that family medicine is the only practice I could ever see myself in. Each patient is unique, therefore I have a unique relationship with each: teacher, friend, parent, confidant, or consultant; whatever the situation calls for. My residency was particularly strong in obstetrics not only in deliveries but also in prenatal education. I followed over 60 patients from their first prenatal visit through to delivery while in residency. We followed a number of high risk obstetrical patients which prepared me to manage these cases in a rural setting. The performance of C-sections was part of my residency training and I can provide this service to my patients if needed. This skill has been invaluable since beginning my practice here in Colby.”

Dr. Kellogg’s practice includes the full spectrum of family practice from pediatrics to geriatrics, including obstetrics. Dr. Kellogg also performs vasectomies, colposcopies, joint injections, and minor dermatological surgeries. Dr. Kellogg’s professional interests include sports medicine and orthopedics.

Dr. Kellogg has two daughters, Audra and Brevyn. Audra is a student at the University of Kansas studying film and media. Brevyn is a high school student in a graphical arts magnet high school in Louisville, Kentucky, where she lives with her mother. Dr Kellogg enjoys a number of activities when not working including hiking, skiing, volleyball, reading, and writing.