• BS Zoology, Brigham Young University
  • DO, Kirskville College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Residency, Loma Linda Medical Center

R. Mitchell Adams, D.O.

Dr. Adams moved to Utah because it’s the land of opportunity for a physician hoping to practice pediatrics—there are lots of kids to treat! The great people he’s met while living here are a bonus, and they’re his favorite part of living in the state. In his free time, Dr. Adams spends time with his 8 children, agonizes over BYU sports, and loves gardening and finding good food to eat—especially Thai food.

Pediatrics is a natural fit for Dr. Adams because he loves taking care of kids. As a parent himself, he realizes that raising and caring for children is a difficult job and an enormous responsibility. He takes his responsibility as a physician very seriously, and wants patients and parents to know that he’s their biggest advocate.

Dr. Adams adores children, period, but he especially likes working with children ages 4-7 and teenagers. Newborns also hold a special place in his heart. He is on a quest to improve his time management skills and become a better listener, but he’s already perfected his fashion sense. In fact, he feels his funky scrubs could be a big selling point for his services (for kids, anyway).

Did you know?

Dr. Adams was a 32-week preemie in the 1950s—when the field of neonatology was just starting to emerge. This fact partially inspired his interest in medicine.

"Dr. Mitchell Adams is our pediatrician. My husband shadowed him before we had our child and he respected Dr. Adams so much! We are excited to have him as our pediatrician. It is just amazing how much he cares about his patients! He is so personable and always has a smile. He is competent and skilled. We're very happy with him and how honest and generous he is." -Arianna B.

R. Mitchell Adams, D.O. practices in our North University Office.
Utah Valley Pediatrics

1355 N University Ave # 210
Provo, UT 84604

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(801) 373-8930
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