Paloma graduated from Brigham Young University with a Bachelor’s in Public Health in 2016. She went on to further her education and recently graduated with a Master’s of Physician Assistant Studies from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions. She is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants as well as the Utah Academy of Physician Assistants and volunteers at the Maliheh Free Clinic and Mountainlands Family Health Center.
Paloma is passionate about building a strong provider-patient relationship through effective communication. She builds trust with each one of her patients by listening to, and focusing on, their individual needs. She understands that each person is unique and believes that patient-centric health care allows for accurate and effective treatment to be achieved.
Paloma is excited to begin her career and join Granger Medical Clinic, working under the direction of Dr. Robert L. Rodrigues who specializes in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery with a special interest in the hand and wrist. Please visit utahaestheticsurgery.com for more information regarding the services and procedures offered by Dr. Rodrigues and his team.
In her free time, Paloma enjoys spending time with her family as well as reading, cycling, and snowboarding. She also enjoys going out for good food; especially her favorite, Thai or Indian cuisine.
- Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions; Provo UT - 2019