Meet Our Lindon Office

  • By Premier Family Administration
  • 04 Nov, 2016
There is nothing worse than realizing it's after 5 and your child's fever is spiking or your teen just wiped out on a skateboard and it's Saturday. There is nothing better than knowing we have doctors ready and willing to help. Lindon doctors include: Jill Bergeson , Roger Brockbank , Steve Cherrington , Michael Curtis , Mike Kennedy , and Garrett Smith . Anne Vincent and Peter Ruda , nurse practitioners, round out the group.

Our Lindon office has urgent care facilities open from 8 a.m. - 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. on Saturday. Located at 275 West 200 North in Lindon , you can walk right in and be seen on a first-come, first-served basis. You can even call ahead to check the wait time at (801) 796-1333.

In addition to Urgent Care, four of our Lindon doctors are now doing appointments with live face-to-face video visits and/or text messages. For more info on "telemedicine" visits with providers, visit the link at . As an added bonus, Dr. Cherrington speaks Spanish.

And that's not all! Need a CDL physical? Dr. Roger Brockbank or Anne Vincent can take care of you. Just call to schedule an appointment.

Allergies? Stomach Problems? Dr. Garrett Smith provides allergy testing and immunotherapy. He can do in-office EGDs and also has special expertise with severe reflux, ulcers, H. pylori, and celiac disease.

How about a back or neck adjustment? Drs. Brockbank, Curtis and G. Smith can help.

Looking for a doctor for your child? Dr. Jill Bergeson is expanding that part of her practice and would love to care for your child's needs.

This group can remove moles and warts, provide well woman exams or scout physicals, Nexplanon and IUD insertions, vasectomies, prescribe accutane for acne, and that's just for starters. With on-site lab, xray, ultrasound, and physical therapy, they are here for you and your family...whatever your needs!

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