Utah Valley Regional Medical Center

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




Dr. Matthew Steinfeldt
Dr. Matthew Steinfeldt

"Febrile Infant"

Dr. Matthew Steinfeldt received his medical degree from Oregon Health and Sciences University in Portland, Oregon, and completed his Internship/Residency at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. He now works as a Pediatric Hospitalist at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center and is the current Medical Director of Pediatric Sedation. He has been married to his wife for 14 years and they both have four children, all daughters, between the ages of 2 to 9. He enjoys snowmobiling, wood and metal work, sporting activities and yard work.

Dr. Shannon Jenkins
Dr. Shannon Jenkins

"Immunology & Nutrition in the Newborn Period"

Dr. Shannon Jenkins originally started his neonatology career at UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles where he was involved in research of nutrition and the developing immune system in prematurity. From there he moved to Tucson Arizona where he worked at the University of Arizona Steele Memorial Children’s Hospital with continued research in nutrition and immunology. Later, he moved to the University of Utah and Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City and continued his research with an added emphasis on epigenetics. For the last eight years he has practiced in Idaho Falls, Idaho, before moving to Pleasant Grove and starting at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center. His wife is a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner at PCH/IMC and they have a combined family of eight children, four of which live with them in Utah.

Dr. Maslach-Hubbard

"High Flow Nasal Cannula – a lot of hot air or true revolution?"

​Dr. Maslach-Hubbard received her medical degree from Jagiellonian University Medical College, Poland, and completed her combined Internal Medicine and Pediatric residency program at Marshfield Clinic/St. Josephs Hospital, Marshfield, Wisconsin. Her Pediatric Critical Care Fellowship was completed at the University of Michigan. After completion of fellowship, she joined the faculty at the University of Utah. Dr. Hubbard is board-certified in Pediatrics and Pediatric Critical Care Medicine. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Utah and is in the Division of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine at Primary Children’s Hospital. She is the Medical Director of the Respiratory Care Services at Primary Children’s Hospital and Pediatric ECMO program Co-director for the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) and the pediatric cardiac intensive care unit (CICU). Her specific clinical and academic interests are related to further development and improvement of pediatric respiratory and ECMO programs. She is actively involved in respiratory care and ECMO QI systems that identifies opportunities and develops strategies to optimize patient care in our PICU. Other clinical projects she is involved in include revision and development of respiratory care and ECLS protocols and further development of the training program for faculty, fellows, ECMO primers and nurses through a series of lectures and simulation program. Future projects and goals also include assistance with development of pediatric respiratory protocols for Intermountain Region.

Dr. Brady Cox
Dr. Brady Cox

"Challenges to Pediatric Care in Afghanistan"

Dr. Brady Cox started his schooling at the College of Eastern Utah. He then transferred to Southern Utah University where he finished his undergrad with a double degree in chemistry and French. He was accepted to the University of Utah Medical School and went on to do a residency in Emergency Medicine at Duke University. He then went on to serve our country as active duty in Portsmouth Naval Medical Center, followed by a nine-month deployment to Afghanistan where he worked with the forward surgical team. He is currently working with the Emergency department at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center and is the current liaison for the Family Practice Residency Program. Brady has four wonderful children and a supportive wife. He loves any kind of winter sports, especially hockey.

Dr. Russ Osguthorpe
Dr. Russ Osguthorpe

"Emerging Infections & Treatments"

​Dr. Russell J. Osguthorpe received his medical degree from the McGill University School of Medicine, completed his residency at The Children’s Hospital in Denver, Colorado, and Pediatric Infectious Diseases Fellowship at Washington University School of Medicine. He was on faculty at Washington University for two years prior to coming to Primary Children’s Hospital and Intermountain Healthcare. Dr. Osguthorpe is board certified in Pediatrics and Pediatric Infectious Diseases. Dr. Osguthorpe currently works at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center (UVRMC) as the Pediatric Medical Director and as the Pediatric Hospitalists Medical Director. He is an assistant professor of Pediatrics at the University of Utah and in partnership with Primary Children’s Hospital and the U of U Dept. of Pediatrics is building a group of pediatric subspecialists at UVRMC. He also serves as a faculty member with the Utah Valley Family Medicine Residency program. Dr. Osguthorpe sits on the Intermountain Medical Group Physicians board. His academic interests include developing mixed matrix models of pediatric subspecialty care between traditional children’s hospitals and larger affiliated medical centers. He is actively engaged in learning how to extend the reach of the traditional children’s hospital to children living at distance from the children’s hospital.


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