Dr. Grover earned a Bachelor of Science in Zoology, with a minor in chemistry, from Utah Valley University in 2007. He went on to further his education and graduated in 2011 from Western University of Health Sciences, in Pomona, California, with a Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine. Since then, Dr. Grover has been providing primary care services and has practiced with Community Health Systems in Fontana, California, where he cared for underserved patients, as well as in private practice with Riverside Medical Clinic.
Now Dr. Grover returns to Utah and joins Granger Family Medicine – West Jordan. As a physician, Dr. Grover strives to uphold his sacred duty to actively listen to the private concerns of each patient and act in their best interest when extending recommendations for a happy and healthy life. His patient care philosophy is that wherever disease and disability exist, there should be a caring and listening ear that is empowered to provide superior solutions and a personalized understanding. Dr. Grover fervently believes in a distinct osteopathic medical philosophy, namely that structure and function are integrally related; the body has the inherent capability to repair and heal itself; and the body, mind, and spirit constitute a whole person.
Outside of medicine, Dr. Grover enjoys spending time with his wife and two children and playing with their Cornish Rex cats. He also enjoys ice hockey, snow skiing, and baseball. His hobbies include pinball restoration, collecting medical antiques, and reading science fiction books.
- Medical School
- Western University of Health Sciences; Pomona, CA - 2011
- Firelands Regional Medical Center; Sandusky, OH - 2014
- Board Certified
- Family Medicine