Utah Valley Regional Medical Center

(801) 357-7850Map1034 North 500 WestProvo, UT 84604

Speakers

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Bio

Dr. Justin Beverly
Justin Beverly, MD

Specializing in the field of pediatrics, Dr. Beverly provides comprehensive medical care for infants, children and adolescents. He has the experience and skills to provide the proper medical care for children of all ages, working closely with parents to ensure that the child is developing and maturing properly. He is currently functioning as the pediatric hospitalist in the Utah Valley Regional Medical Center pediatric department and is the pediatric specialist for patients with conditions that are impacted by endocrinology and gastroenterology. He will be addressing caring aspects of pediatric patients with diabetes, GI emergencies, and proper nutrition of hospitalized patients.

Dr. John Kerry
John Carey,
MD, MPH
 

John C. Carey, MD, MPH, is professor and vice chair of academic affairs, department of pediatrics, at the University of Utah. Throughout his career, Dr. Carey has been interested in birth defect syndromes and the care of children with these conditions. He trained in pediatrics, genetics and dysmorphology as a resident and fellow at the University of California, San Francisco, 1972-1979. Dr. Carey obtained an MPH from the University of California at Berkeley in 1976, in between his residency and fellowship years. Dr. Carey joined the faculty at University of Utah Health Sciences Center in 1979.

He became chief of the division of medical genetics in 1985, and remained in that leadership position until 1999, when he stepped down to assume the role as editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Medical Genetics. He has held that editorial position since 2001. Dr. Carey established the Medical Genetics Fellowship Program at the University of Utah and continues as program director. The medical and ethical aspects of care of infants and children with these conditions are currently some of his major academic interests. He will present the complication associated with infants and children born with genetic disorders. He will cover the different aspects of development, growth, nutrition, and outcomes. 

Marquelle Rogers
Marquelle Rogers,
DNP, PNP-BC

​Marquelle is currently a pediatric nurse practitioner (PNP) with Dr. Earl Downey at Rock Canyon Pediatric Specialists in the pediatric general surgery group. She graduated with a bachelor of science in nursing from Brigham Young University and a doctor of nursing practice in pediatrics from the University of Utah. After graduating from BYU, Marquelle worked as an RN in the NICU at Primary Children’s Hospital for 10 years and then began working in pediatric surgery after graduating with her DNP. She enjoys playing the piano, cooking, travelling, watching football, and spending time with her family. She will be covering the nutritional aspects affecting surgical procedures (G-tubes, colostomies, and bowel repairs) with infants and children.

Dr. Jerry King
Jerry King,
MD

Jerald King, MD, is the director of education and outreach for the division of neonatology. He is a neonatologist and provides care to sick newborns at University of Utah, Primary Children’s, and Intermountain Medical Center newborn ICU’s. He is the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) immediate past chairman of the District VIII Section of Perinatal Pediatrics (Western US and Canada) and is the AAP Utah Chapter breastfeeding coordinator and task force leader to develop a mother’s milk bank in Utah. He will be addressing the creation and development of the breast milk bank being established here in Utah and how this will impact the babies to have better nutrition in the years to come.

Dr. Clint Nelson
Clint Nelson,
MD

​Dr. Nelson received his medical degree from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. He completed training in pediatrics and pediatric neurology at the University of Utah and Primary Children’s Medical Center. He is board-eligible in both pediatrics and neurology (with special qualification in child neurology). He is currently an adjunct assistant professor of pediatrics (clinical track) at the University of Utah. His interests include general inpatient and outpatient child neurology. All of his outpatient clinic time is based at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center in Provo, and he enjoys participating in the Utah Department of Health Neonatal Follow-up Program as well. In his spare time he likes to be with his family and also coaches his sons' sport teams. He also enjoys golf. He is addressing the issues of patients that are affected with seizures and the treatment plans to help improve their outcomes.


Stephen D. Minton, M.D.
 

Dr. Minton is the Chief of Newborn Services for Utah Valley Regional Medical Center, Medical Director of Intermountain Healthcare Urban South Region Newborn Se​rvices and the Director of Neonatal Lifeflight.

Dr. Minton opened the first non-academic Newborn Intensive Care Unit in 1979. He and his colleagues have changed the platform for neonatal ventilation with their work. Dr. Minton is an expert in many areas including neonatal high frequency oscillation for the prevention of lung injury, neonatal cerebral perfusion and cardiac function, premature adrenal/thyroid function and neonatal health care quality improvement and redesign. Dr. Minton is a researcher at the Intermountain Healthcare Institute for Health Care Delivery and a lecturer for the Intermountain Healthcare Advanced Training Program for Hospital Redesign. He was instrumental in the initiation of the Intermountain Healthcare Clinical Integration Program for Women and Newborns. He has also been involved with the development of the computerization of Intermountain’s Neonatal HELP System and the perinatal and pediatric service lines at Intermountain Healthcare. Dr. Minton is a recipient of Intermountain’ s Osler Cloak Award for Excellence in Caring and Curing. 

Marlene Joyner, LCSW 
Marlene Joyner, LCSW

​Marlene Joyner is a Licensed Certified Social Worker (LCSW) and is the corporate director for employee health for Intermountain Healthcare. She served an 18-month welfare service mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Hong Kong, from 1978 to 1980 (voluntary service). She speaks fluent Cantonese. She also organized the South Carolina Association for Oncology Social Workers. She is a member of the speaker’s bureau at Baptist Medical Center. Marlene also does community presentations as requested through Intermountain Healthcare. She has spent the last 25+ years as a counselor for Intermountain Healthcare employees and patients who are suffering from clinical or personal issues.

Jeff Olsen 
Jeff Olsen

Jeff is currently the chief creative officer for Rare Method, an international marketing firm. He is an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist, and sits on several boards, including the International Association for Near Death Studies. Jeff and his wife Tonya are the parents of three boys and enjoy living in the beautiful foothills of Bountiful, Utah. His knowledge of a near-death experience will captivate you as he shares his experience on how caregivers played a big part in his treatment and recovery.

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