Meet Our Lehi Main Street Clinic Team

  • By Premier Family Administration
  • 04 Nov, 2016

Treating the Lehi community since 1999

Before there was Thanksgiving Point, Eagle Mountain, or Saratoga Springs, there was the Lehi office of Premier Family Medical, pioneering Western Utah County medicine since 1999. Located at 680 East Main Street, Lehi, our sharp-shooting gang of providers include Cheryl Johnson, Toran MacArthur, Jim Ngatuvai, Aaron Elswood and Shari (Draughan) Kimball.

Dr. Johnson especially enjoys treating chronic medical problems like diabetes, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia. She can remove moles, skin tags, cysts, and warts. She provides physicals for children, teens and adults.  

Dr. MacArthur is scanning the horizon for new patients. As a bonus, he speaks Portuguese. He provides a full range of family practice services for men, women, and children, including all sorts of derm procedures.

Dr. Ngatuvai (pronounced nah-too-vye) is currently accepting new patients and speaks Spanish. He has special expertise in the area of sports medicine, with on-site ultrasound to check for muscle, tendon, and joint problems. He can do joint injections and viscosupplementation (adding lubrication to a joint to prevent bone-to-bone discomfort).

Aaron Elswood, physician assistant, works in both Saratoga Springs and Lehi offices. He does cortisone injections, derm procedures, genetic testing, and women's health.

Shari (Draughan) Kimball, nurse practitioner, rounds out the group by providing many of the services listed above but she can also do IV infusion treatments for anemia, Nexplanon and IUD insertions, and care for ingrown toenails.

In addition to regular office hours, doctors in Lehi offer urgent care from 5-9 with full laboratory and xray services. Round up the family and we'll have you shoutin' "Yeehaw" in no time! Call us for an appointment at (801) 768-1699.

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