"Dr. Todd is a family physician certified by the American Board of Family Medicine, as well as a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. As of 2020, when Fountainhead Family Med opened, he has been in practice for 15 years. Glenna, Todd’s wife, is a power-packed energizer bunny who, in addition to being a wonderful wife and mother, serves as a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve, teaches nursing students, works tirelessly as a hospice nurse, and teaches group fitness. Glenna and Todd have three fantastic children: Susie, Ginger and Stuey. Dr. Bergland is originally from Denver, but earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Preferring the lifestyle offered by a less densely populated area with more mountainous surroundings, he attended medical school at the University of Vermont College of Medicine. In 2002 he earned his doctor of medicine degree and was voted by his classmates and instructors to receive the class’s Humanism in Medicine Award. Having been commissioned as a Captain in the U.S. Army, Dr. B then moved to Tacoma, WA, where he did his family medicine residency at Madigan Army Medical Center. In 2005, he completed his chief resident year and was then stationed in Stuttgart, Germany. His 3 year assignment in Stuttgart was interrupted by a 13 month deployment to Iraq, where he served as a tank battalion surgeon during Operation Iraqi Freedom. After 7 years of active duty, Dr. Bergland left the Army and he, Glenna and their 3 month old daughter Susie moved to Whitefish in 2009. The Flathead Valley has proven to be an ideal setting for the family to settle, multiply, and grow roots, as they love the beautiful mountains, lakes, and trails, as well as the spirit of community. Dr. Bergland has tried to contribute to this spirit, in part by volunteering as sideline physician at Bulldog football games as well as the local free clinic, and serving on the North Valley Hospital Board of Directors as well as the Kalispell Regional Healthcare Board of Trustees. 10 years of private practice in Whitefish has provided Dr. Bergland with the opportunity to care for thousands of people and develop countless treasured relationships. Eventually though, it became clear to him that the healthcare system in which he served constructed too many barriers to the kind of care he wanted to provide his patients. In addition, the care in that system was inexcusably overpriced. He knew he could do it better. This was the motivation to leave the insurance-based healthcare model and open Fountainhead Family Med. Now, Dr. Bergland is liberated to provide “small town family doc” type care to his patients, in a fantastic little office with a superb team, and he feels that, both from a family and professional perspective, he is finally doing what he was meant to do."