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PREMIER FAMILY MEDICAL

Family Practice Physicians & Dermatologists

Premier Family Medical is a physician group which has been serving Northern Utah County for four generations. They are a group of Family Physicians and ancillary care providers. Locations are available in Pleasant Grove, American Fork, Lehi, Lindon, Mountain Point Medical Center, Saratoga Springs, Eagle Mountain, Utah.

All of the physicians have graduated from medical school and have completed a minimum of three years specializing in the science of Primary Care Medicine. All are Board Certified in Family Medicine, which indicates that they completed an approved residency program in that specialty and have passed all of their board exams.
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WELCOME THE NEWEST MEMBER OF OUR TEAM!


We're excited to introduce you to the newest member of our Premier Family Medical team! Get to know more about Dr. Francis below.

DR. WILLIAM FRANCIS

Family Practice & Urgent Care Doctor

Dr. William Francis was raised in Provo, Utah and graduated from Utah Valley University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Biology. He then went on to receive his medical training at Rocky Vista College of Osteopathic Medicine in Parker, Colorado. Dr. Francis received his specialty training in Family Medicine at University Hospital’s St. John Medical Center in Greater Cleveland, Ohio; where he trained with, and was mentored by world class physicians in all aspects of medicine...
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By Premier Family Medical 13 Sep, 2017
In the U.S. alone upwards of 2.7 million people have this heart condition. What is it? It’s called atrial fibrillation and is the most common type of heart arrhythmia. Research has shown that the number of cases increases with age so as the population of the United States continues to age, the number of people affected is likely to rise. So what exactly is this condition, what symptoms does it lead to and how serious is it?
By Premier Family Medical 06 Sep, 2017

Each year in the United States,  more than 44,000 people take their own lives . That’s an average of 121 suicides per day. It’s estimated that for every one reported, 12 more people engage in self-harm, whether intentional suicide attempts or not.

With rates on a steady incline, it’s past time for action. Each and every one of us needs to have a part in supporting those who struggle with suicidal thoughts. In order to be of any help, though, we need to be able to recognize the signs of a person on the brink. What should you look for and how can you help?

By Premier Family Medical 30 Aug, 2017

It's estimated that  one in five high school athletes will suffer a concussion  during sports season. Younger athletes have the highest rate of concussions. While more perceived contact sports like football are thought to be the highest risk for a potential concussion, all sports carry a similar risk and demand similar precaution and treatment.  As a parent, your first instinct might be to ban your child from playing sports altogether. But is that really necessary? No. Why do we say this?

For one thing, if you encourage your child to play safely and receive training in head injury prevention, you can minimize risk. And if your child does happen to suffer from a concussion, there are steps you can take to ensure that they heal as quickly and as completely as possible.
By Premier Family Medical 23 Aug, 2017
Currently, there's a heated debate raging over whether or not immunizing children is detrimental or helpful. Many people are totally against it. Yet, their reasons are often based on common myths about vaccinations . What are these myths? And what other things do you need to know before you have your child vaccinated?
By Premier Family Medical 16 Aug, 2017
Thick, silvery scales. Itchy and dry red patches. Blisters. Peeling skin. Pain. Individuals with psoriasis know these symptoms all too well. When the life cycle of the skin changes and cells accumulate on the surface of the skin, psoriasis is what results.

Researchers have found that the immune system and genetics have much to do with the development of this condition. Both men and women develop it at equal rates. While sex is not a risk factor, race does appear to be, along with age. For example, those between the ages of 15 and 35 have a higher risk than those who are older.

Do you suspect that you may have psoriasis? If so determining what type will give you a foundation to choose the best treatment for your condition. Consider the five types , their symptoms and ways to get some relief from the discomfort that this causes.
By Premier Family Medical 09 Aug, 2017

Have you heard of gastroparesis? It’ll be no surprise if you haven’t. After all, it’s not very common. It’s estimated that about  4% of the population is affected by gastroparesis-like symptoms . Yet, it’s uncertain if they actually suffer from this disorder or a similar one. That means the percentage could be even lower.

To be fair, researchers are aware that others have simply gone undiagnosed. Yet, even subtracting the number of misdiagnosed people and replacing it with the undiagnosed would still give us a fairly small percentage.

Despite its being uncommon and the mystery surrounding it, this disease can actually pose a very real threat to your gastrointestinal health. That’s why it’s good to be informed about common symptoms, risk factors and treatments. But first, what is gastroparesis?

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ALL THE MEDICAL SERVICES YOU NEED, IN ONE PLACE!


Premier Family Medical is dedicated to treating you for a number of services and illnesses.

Arthritis

Arthritis can affect a person’s entire body and cause a great deal of pain. We help to relieve some of that pain.

Allergies

Allergies have a number of different causes that sometimes aren't easily detected. Let us help you detect yours.

Asthma

Asthma is a medical condition of the lungs which causes inflammation and narrowing of the air passages.

ADHD / ADD

ADHD is an acronym for a mental disorder referred to as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
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