Residents in the Utah Valley Family Practice Residency are supervised by a faculty of board certified family medicine physicians and specialists who bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the program, including an emphasis in ambulatory care, preventive medicine, and wellness.
 

Rob Mehl, DO

Rob Mehl, DO

Residency Program Director
Dr. Mehl was born and raised in Saugus, California. He went to Brigham Young University for his undergraduate degree and graduated with a bachelor's in neuroscience. He completed family medicine residency at Utah Valley and then worked in a rural clinic in Pittsfield, Illinois, for four and a half years before returning to the residency to be faculty. In 2016 he was named the residency program director. His clinical interests include diabetes (particularly insulin pumps), sports medicine and geriatrics. Dr. Mehl and his wife Becky have two daughters. He enjoys running, sports, hiking, and any activity that involves water. He is fluent in Portuguese and Spanish.

Medical School - A.T. Still University of Health Sciences
Residency - Utah Valley Family Medicine Residency

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Sarah Daly, DO

Sarah Daly, DO

Residency Assistant Director
Dr. Daly is originally from Canton, Ohio. She graduated from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania in 2001 with a bachelor's in biology. In 2006, she graduated from Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine. She is a 2009 graduate of the Utah Valley Family Medicine Residency and a former chief resident. Her professional interests include women's health, obstetrics, pediatrics, and behavioral medicine. She is actively involved with clinical research. In her spare time, she enjoys jogging, hiking, camping, reading, and spending time with her family.

Medical School - Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine
Residency - Utah Valley Family Practice Residency

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Cami Allison, MD

Residency Faculty
Cami is originally from Colorado. She is interested in all aspects of medicine, but has a special interest in Rural and Women's Health. She also loves hiking, fishing, and being outdoors.

Medical School – University from Colorado
Residency – Utah Valley Family Medicine Residency
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Scott Black, MD

Residency Faculty
Dr. Black grew up in Pleasant Grove, Utah. He graduated with a bachelors degree in history from Utah Valley University. He then graduated from Virginia Commonwealth School of Medicine in Richmond, Virginia. He completed his residency training at the Utah Valley Family Medicine Residency and then worked for three years in a rural health clinic in La Pine, OR before returning to the residency as a faculty member. He enjoys playing basketball, snow skiing, mountain biking, and hanging out with his amazing wife and four awesome kids.

Medical School - Virginia Commonwealth School of Medicine
Residency - Utah Valley Family Practice Residency

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Nicole Clark, MD

Nicole Clark, MD

Residency Faculty
Dr. Clark is a 2002 graduate of the Utah Valley Family Medicine Residency and a former chief resident. Her professional interests include women's health, obstetrics, pediatrics, and general medicine. In her time off, Dr. Clark enjoys movies, walking the Provo River Parkway, and cooking. Dr. Clark has served as the South Region Intermountain Healthcare Hospice Director. She recently completed a Geriatrics Fellowship and is a Board certified Geriatrician.

Medical School - University of Vermont
Residency - Utah Valley Family Medicine Residency

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Marlin Christianson, MD

Marlin Christianson, MD

Residency Faculty
Dr. Marlin Christianson, MD was born in Gainesville, Florida. He attended Timpview High school in Provo, Utah, and graduated from Brigham Young University in 1990 with a bacherlor's in microbiology. He graduated from the University of Utah School of Medicine in 1994. Dr. Christianson completed a family practice internship and residency at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton, California, in 1997, and a maternal-fetal medicine fellowship for family physicians in 1999-2000, at Florida Hospital in Orlando. He spent 11 years as a physician with the Navy, stationed in Guam, San Diego, and Naples, Italy. Dr. Christianson is married to LaDonn Robins. They have five children. He enjoys hiking, fishing, sports, science fiction, and music.

Medical School - University of Utah School of Medicine
Residency - Family Practice Residency at Naval Hospital Camp in Pendleton, CA
Fellowship - Maternal-Fetal Medicine at Florida Hospital, Orlando, Florida

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Aaron Starbuck, MD

Aaron Starbuck, MD

Residency Faculty

Aaron went to Brigham Young University for undergrad. His medical interests include women’s health. His hobbies are reading and all sports — especially soccer.

Medical School – University of Nevada
Residency -  MACH Family Medicine Residency at Fort Benning, GA    

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Robert Christensen, MD

Rob Christensen, MD

Part-Time Faculty

Rob practices full-spectrum family medicine including obstetrics. He enjoys running, fly fishing and watching his kids play sports.


Medical School – University of Utah
Residency – McKay-Dee Family Medicine

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Karyn Springer, MD

Part-Time Faculty
Dr. Springer is a 2001 graduate of the Utah Valley Family Medicine Residency Program. She practices in Orem and remains involved in the program as part-time faculty. She has been on Intermountain's Board of Trustees and is vice-chair of Medical Group Board. Dr. Springer's professional interests include pediatrics, orthopedics, acute care, office-based procedures and women's health. She enjoys spending her free time with her family, baking, and "car" camping.

Medical School - University of Utah School of Medicine
Residency - Utah Valley Family Medicine Residency

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Bradley Edgington, PhD

Bradley Edgington, PhD

Behavioral Medicine Director
Dr. Edgington is originally from southeastern Idaho. He completed his PhD in counseling psychology from Brigham Young University in 1985. He has worked extensively treating mood and anxiety disorders, as well as other mental health conditions, in a medical setting. Dr. Edgington has directed the Medical Staff Well-Being program in the Urban South Region of Intermountain Healthcare since 2002. He has helped many physicians and medical groups optimize their own health in order to better serve their patients. He and his wife Stacey enjoy spending time with their five children and their charming grandchildren.

PhD Counseling Psychology - Brigham Young University

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