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Maria Oneida, MD is a Utah native. Her parents say she wanted to be a physician since she was in second grade, and she spent her entire academic career focused on entering medical school. In 1984, Dr. Oneida returned to the area where she grew up to start her practice so she could care for people she’s known all her life. Dr. Oneida is known by her patients to be completely committed to their health and well-being. She loves family medicine because it’s an opportunity to care for the entire family, and this is reflected in her philosophy, “my patients are my family.”
Dr. Oneida graduated from the University of Utah School of Medicine and completed her internship and residency at the University of Utah Affiliated Hospitals Family Practice program. She is a member of the American Academy & American Board of Family Practice and is an Associate Faculty member for the University of Utah Medical School. Dr. Oneida is a member of the teaching faculty at A.T. Still University/Utah region, and practices a full range of family medicine caring for infants, adolescents, and adults with an emphasis on women’s health that includes obstetrics.
Dr. Oneida lives in South Jordan with her husband and children. In her free time she enjoys reading, particularly science fiction, music and singing.
Paula Bryant believes in educating and empowering patients to make healthy choices. This philosophy has been her focus since she began practicing in 2013. She especially enjoys teaching children about nutrition through hands-on food science experiments and has done so with Boy Scout troops and Boys and Girls Clubs.
Paula holds several undergraduate degrees: journalism and English at Utah State University, and food science and human nutrition at the University of Hawaii. She completed a dietetic internship at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. While learning nutrition, her interest in physician assistant studies emerged. She then went on to complete a Master of Physician Assistant Studies at Idaho State University. Paula has been practicing women’s health for the past year. She is also a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
Paula lived in many small towns throughout Utah while growing up. She has also lived in Hawaii, Virginia and Idaho. She enjoys spending time with her son (her favorite pastime), hiking, biking, backpacking, fishing, exploring, reading, playing the piano, yoga, and cooking, and is fluent in American Sign Language.
Kelly D. Mikesell is a Utah native and loves practicing family medicine. His patient care philosophy is centered on his desire to help his patients be well and feel well. It is very important to him that his patients know he cares about their well-being.
Kelly completed his undergraduate education at Weber State University in Ogden, Utah and attended Saint Francis University in Loretto, Pennsylvania for his Physician Assistant education. Kelly is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants and the Utah Academy of Physician Assistants. Kelly began practicing medicine in 2007 and sees patients of all ages, with an emphasis in the care of women and children.
Kelly lives in Herriman and enjoys water and snow skiing, shooting sports and spending time with his family and friends.
Natalie C. Carter is a native of Utah. She has found a passion for Family Medicine. Her career as a Registered Nurse, where she worked in the nursing pool. While there, she was exposed to Women's Health, Oncology, Orthopedics, Rehab and General Surgery. She found a love for Oncology and began working as a chemotherapy nurse. She did this for ten years, helping new physician's setup office, as well as treating patients. This was her first exposure to Nurse Practitioners, and she decided this would be her career choice.
Natalie finished her Bachelor's Degree of Science at Utah Valley University, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. She continued he schooling at the University of Utah, where she graduated with her Doctorate Degree in Family Nurse Practitioner in 2011. Her dissertation was developing a web based exercise program for patients living in rural regions who suffer from chronic low back pain.
Natalie's first Nurse Practitioner job was working in the specialty of Gastroenterology. After two year, she decided the return to her roots in Family Practice. Her interests include helping others who struggle with anxiety and depression. She has worked in a Drug Rehabilitation Center where she also found a passion for helping those struggling with addiction. She believes each patient is unique and incorporates that into her practice.
Natalie recently relocated to Sandy where she is raising her two children.