|Phone Number||Clinical Office Address|
|(801) 587-5583||Huntsman Cancer Hospital
1950 Circle of Hope
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
|(801) 581-6393||University Hospital
50 N Medical Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84132
Shane E. Brogan, MB BCh, is an associate professor of Anesthesiology at the University of Utah School of Medicine, and pain physician at Huntsman Cancer Institute. Dr. Brogan's clinical and research interests are in the management of complex cancer pain and cancer survivor pain. As a member of the Huntsman Cancer Intsitute Supportive Oncology and Survivorship team, Dr Brogan works with patients to provide advanced cancer pain management with an emphasis on restoration of quality of life. Dr Brogan's areas of expertise include medication management, injection therapies, and intrathecal (spinal cord) pain pump therapy. Dr Brogan also practices at the University Pain Managment Center, as a member of its interdisciplinary pain management team.
An Irish citizen, he received his medical degree from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland Medical School in 1997. After a residency in Anesthesiology, Dr Brogan did a Pain Medicine fellowship at the University of Utah, and is board-certified in Anesthesiolgy and in Pain Medicine.
Board Certification and Academic Information
|Academic Departments||Anesthesiology - Associate Professor (Clinical)
|Board Certification||American Board of Anesthesiology (Sub: Pain Medicine)
American Board of Anesthesiology
The Patient Rating score is an average of all responses to care provider related questions on our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey.
Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.
UofU Patient July 24, 2015
I like Doc Brogan but did not care for the doctor that was working with him. I did not see his id on him at all which made me a little nervous. Had no sense of humor and when he was checking my reflexes even though I stated it was hurting he still kept trying to get a reflex and it was clear he wasn't getting one. Do not want to see him againUofU Patient June 07, 2014
Dr. Brogan is fantastic! He will be missed!UofU Patient March 25, 2014
Best, smartest, kindest doctors in the world! Dr. Akerly! Dr. Poppe! Dr. Brogan! When we need appointment, they work us in, or call us, or get us into acute care. They listen, understand, and do everything they can for us.UofU Patient March 16, 2014
greatUofU Patient February 17, 2014
Both Dr. Brogan and his fellow spent a significant amount of time with me discussing my long-term treatment. They were great.UofU Patient December 16, 2013
What you'd expect when the procedure ends in a trip to the ER, right?UofU Patient September 30, 2013
Both Dr. Brogan and his Fellow were great.UofU Patient June 09, 2013
I put FAIR on Question 2 all because he wasn't sure what was wrong with me. Him and his team of doctors are trying to figure that out and is doing what he can to find out what the problem is. It wasn't that he wouldn't tell me. He didn't know at this time..........Referred me to someone who can give him answers.UofU Patient May 30, 2013
My care provider was Dr. Shane Brogan. Although he spent very little time for me, there was another Doctor who proceeded him, who always did a through assessment to Dr. Brogan. Therefore there was no need for Dr. Brogan to spend much time. I have already referred the clinic to others. Sadly, most of them seem to prefer staying on their medications without trying to find alternatives.UofU Patient April 03, 2013
The fellow, Dr Winter & Dr Brogan were both excellent!UofU Patient March 18, 2013
I love Dr. Brogan and his team! I do not know of any other doctor who includes me, as the patient, in every decision. Nothing is done without me fully on board. My treatment plan is in my hands, with their guidance. I can ask questions, say no to a procedure, whatever it is with no worries. My best interest is all that matters to him and his team. Dr. Brogan is also able to tell me things I need to hear, might not want to hear, but need to. He is able to do this in a caring matter, but gets his point across to me. I am more than happy to drive the hour one way to come and see him. I would not want anyone else taking care of me.UofU Patient March 12, 2013
Long waiting times without talking to anyoneUofU Patient February 24, 2013
Wait time is the only problemUofU Patient February 05, 2013
Dr. Shane Brogan is one of the most kind and considerate 'pain' Docs I have ever met. He definitely knows his area, and his willingness to work with me has been incredible. Thanks!UofU Patient November 12, 2012
only problem was wait time.UofU Patient September 17, 2012
my problem is difficult to treat without over-medication....I know it's a concern for the doctor!UofU Patient September 05, 2012
Dr. Brogan is a great doctor. He knows his stuff, and he is very personable as well, which is commendable since he is almost always dealing with people in pain.UofU Patient June 18, 2012
I have received outstanding care by my Doctors. Thank you for giving me a chance to live a more normal life.UofU Patient May 10, 2012
Dr. Shane Brogan has been very helpful in my husbands medical problem. Trying all that he can to relieve his pain. His associates are also very informative and helpful. We would certainly recommend him to others. Dr. Brogan is always dressed very neatly and is very courteous and caring. His compassion is evident in working with those in pain.UofU Patient February 04, 2012
Dr Brogan was very thorough, listened well, answered all my questions, and was very respectful and pleasant to talk to. Wonderful experience overall.UofU Patient January 12, 2012
Dr. Brogan did a superb job with my procedure. Explained risks well and was very careful. Talked me through the procedure. No problems.