Adam grew up in northern Utah before joining the U.S. military where he spent eight years serving as an advanced tactical practitioner. He completed tours of duty in Afghanistan, Cambodia, Croatia, and Iraq prior to attending college. In 2017, he graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science from Weber State University. Adam was then accepted into the University of Utah’s Masters of Physician Assistant Studies program and graduated in 2019. He then spent two years practicing at Huntsman Cancer Institute, taking care of inpatient hematologic malignancy and bone marrow transplant patients.
Adam now joins Dr. Craig Coleby’s team at Granger Pediatrics, Internal Medicine, & Sports Medicine – Riverton. He believes in providing holistic care that not only includes diagnosis and treatment, but also education and guidance that allows patients to be fully invested and in control of their health. He is known for his attention to detail as well as his compassion and ability to keep his patients informed and at ease.
Adam married his college sweetheart in 2016 and they have two perfect boys, a three-year old and a three-month old, and a standard poodle named Ellie. Outside of work, Adam enjoys weight training, running, hiking, and carpentry.
- University of Utah; Salt Lake City, UT - 2019