Dr. Adams speaks about developmental issues on KBYU Eleven’s Community Connection
Dr. Adams speaks about developmental issues on KBYU Eleven’s Community Connection

Dr. R. Mitchell Adams recently appeared on KBYU Eleven’s Community Connection to discuss the importance of early intervention for child developmental issues. He covers what parents can look for and how regular child wellness visits can help spot any issues. Community Connection is an original series that features non-profit organizations throughout the state of Utah. … Continue reading “Dr. Adams speaks about developmental issues on KBYU Eleven’s Community Connection”

Dr. Cornish returns from serving cyclone victims in Vanuatu
Dr. Cornish returns from serving cyclone victims in Vanuatu

Dr. Matthew Cornish recently returned from Vanuatu in the Pacific Islands where he was providing medical care for the victims of Cyclone Pam. Dr. Cornish along with nurses Cheryl Wynkoop and Whitney Davidson stayed for 10 days and were responsible for meeting the medical needs of the islands of Nguna and Emao. The two islands … Continue reading “Dr. Cornish returns from serving cyclone victims in Vanuatu”

Dr. Hacking honored for helping to control recent measles outbreak
Dr. Hacking honored for helping to control recent measles outbreak

On April 7, 2015, the Utah County Health Department, Board of Health and the Utah Department of Health presented Dr. Douglas Hacking with the 2015 Friend of Public Health Award and the Utah Department of Health’s Astute Clinician Award. Dr. Hacking was honored for his part in helping to control the recent measles outbreak in … Continue reading “Dr. Hacking honored for helping to control recent measles outbreak”

Utah Valley Pediatrics joins with other local doctors to clarify Openshaw’s editorial on vaccines
Utah Valley Pediatrics joins with other local doctors to clarify Openshaw’s editorial on vaccines

Utah Valley Pediatrics recently joined with other local doctors to sign a response on Pamela Romney Openshaw’s editorial entitled “Forget Compulsory Vaccinations.” Our sincere desire is to help parents make informed decisions regarding the health of their children. We feel that this response helps clarify several points made in Openshaw’s editorial. 123 local doctors object … Continue reading “Utah Valley Pediatrics joins with other local doctors to clarify Openshaw’s editorial on vaccines”

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