Necia spent nine years working as a registered nurse at Lone Peak Hospital before going back to school to further her education. She served as a mission nurse in Southern Chile and attended the University of Utah College of Nursing upon her return. She then graduated with a Doctorate of Nursing Practice in 2020. While in the nurse practitioner program, she worked closely with the Junior League of Salt Lake City which organizes an annual Community Assistance and Resource Event (CARE) Fair for families needing routine medical, dental, and vision services. She also worked with the Maliheh Free Clinic and other programs to provide health care to all populations, especially those that may have difficulty accessing healthcare.
Necia is excited to now join Granger Riverton Obstetrics and Gynecology and is eager to provide her patients with education catered to their needs and help empower them to take control of their health. She believes in providing compassionate, patient-centered care that revolves around ensuring the best quality of life for her patients. She strives to advocate for her patients and give them the best care available.
Necia is a Utah native and is the youngest of six children; she is a proud aunt to thirteen nieces and nephews. Outside of work, she enjoys playing pickleball, tennis, and volleyball. She also enjoys hiking, traveling, and especially loves just spending time with her family.
- University of Utah; Salt Lake City, UT - 2020