Terrick Harrild is a native of Eastern Idaho and received his B.S. in Sociology/Criminology with a minor in Mandarin Chinese from BYU-Idaho. He later went to Idaho State University to complete pre-requisite coursework for a Physician Assistant Degree where for several years, he collaborated and presented on Microbiology research with Gene Scalarone, PH.D. and others, which was later published in microbiological and veterinary journals. Terrick completed his Masters in Physician Assistant Studies at Idaho State University.

While completing his P.A. degree, Terrick spent a large amount of his spare time treating patients at a free clinic in Twin Falls, Idaho and learned to really enjoy treating patients from diverse cultures and backgrounds. Terrick previously treated patients in an Urgent Care setting and is now thoroughly enjoying treating patients in a Family Practice setting. Terrick has been happily married for 16 years and enjoys spending time with his wonderful wife and four children at home or in the outdoors. You may see him in his spare time enjoying skiing, mountain biking, rock climbing, hiking, and camping in the beautiful outdoors, or working on various projects at home