I am a family medicine doctor practicing at Intermountain Healthcare's South Cache Valley Clinic, located in Providence, Utah. I provide care for the entire family, as individuals and as a family unit, with a focus on prevention. I am particularly interested in maternity and newborn care.
Family Practice, David Grant USAF Medical Center, Travis Air Force Base, CA, 1991-1994
Family Medicine, American Board of Family Medicine
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American Academy of Family Physicians
American Medical Association
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