Brian C. McCune, M.D.

Dr. McCune is passionate about his role as an advocate for children. He says, “Children are full of dreams and possibilities; helping them reach their full potential is my goal as a pediatrician.” Dr. McCune also enjoys educating parents to help them protect and heal their kids.

After graduating from the University of Utah, he attended medical school at Ross University and completed his pediatric training in Las Vegas. Prior to practicing in Utah County, Dr. McCune worked for three years in Cedar City. Dr. McCune and his wife, Laci are from Southern California. After they both attended college in Utah, they knew this was where they wanted to raise their family.

Dr. McCune opened our Saratoga Springs office in 2010. He enjoys getting to know the families that he serves.

In his free time, he enjoys all water sports—boating, surfing, and swimming. His children love to participate in sports as well. His family enjoys going to RSL soccer games, BYU Volleyball games and vacationing at any beach. Dr. McCune and his wife have four daughters and two sons.

  • B.S. University of Utah
  • M.D. Ross University School of Medicine
  • Pediatric Residency, University of Nevada School of Medicine
  • Member of the American Academy of Pediatrics
  • Board Certified in Pediatrics
  • Hospital privileges at American Fork Hospital and Mountain Point Medical Center

Did you know?

Dr. McCune’s favorite sports teams are the USC Trojans, San Francisco Giants and FC Barcelona. Three things he does not like are gum, balloons, and snow.

"We love Dr. McCune! He is thorough, knowledgeable, and listens well. Not only is he a fantastic Dr, his bedside manner is what has kept us always coming back. He has a great rapport with my kids, they love to come see Dr. McCune!" -Melanie H.

Brian C. McCune, M.D. practices in our Saratoga Springs Office and also in our Eagle Mountain Pediatricians.
Utah Valley Pediatrics

41 East 1140 North, Suite B
Saratoga Springs, UT 84045

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(801) 407-6500
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