Pediatric Care+ Providers

Because Pediatric Care+ is a smaller practice, our team of providers are able to devote more attention and care to individual patients.  Each member of our staff will do their best to make your experience a pleasant one.  Learn more about our Pediatricians and Nurse Practitioners by reading below about their schooling, medical training, families, and personal interests.

Provo Pediatrician

Provo Pediatrician

Education: M.D. from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons; B.S. in Chemistry from The State University of New York at Stony Brook
Residency: Children’s Hospital, National Medical Center, Washington, D.C.
Board Certification: Board Certified in Pediatrics from the AAP
Professional: Pediatric Care; Air Force Flight surgeon for the 128th Medical Squadron (Air National Guard); USAF Aerospace Medicine;  Nighttime Pediatrics; General Clinic of West Bend
Memberships: The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
Medical Staff Privileges: Utah Valley Regional Medical Center (UVRMC), Orem Community Hospital, Timpanogos Regional Hospital, and Spanish Fork Intermountain Hospital

Kenneth A. Zollo, MD

Board Certified Pediatrician

Dr. Kenneth Zollo is a Board Certified Pediatrician who obtained his Doctor of Medicine from Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York.  He completed his pediatric residency at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington DC. 

Following residency, he entered the U.S. Air Force where he practiced pediatrics for five years.  He then went into private practice in West Bend, Wisconsin prior to moving to Utah in 1996.  He served as Flight Surgeon in the Wisconsin Air National Guard and the Utah Air National Guard, retiring from the military in 2012.

Dr. Zollo loves to cook and enjoys snow skiing.  His spare time is spent riding and training horses, a passion that he shares with his wife.  In addition, they have 2 sons and one adorable grandson.


Dr. Zollo’s Wife, Mary, and horse, London



Education: M.D. from the Medical University of South Carolina; B.A. in Physics from the College of Charleston
Residency: Georgia Health Sciences University
Board Certification: Board Certified in Pediatrics from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
Professional: Pediatric Care
Memberships: American Medical Association (AMA)
Medical Staff Privileges: Utah Valley Regional Medical Center (UVRMC), Orem Community Hospital, Timpanogos Regional Hospital, and Spanish Fork Intermountain Hospital

Josh D. Fuller, MD

Board Certified Pediatrician

Dr. Joshua D. Fuller is a board certified Pediatrician who joined Pediatric Care in 2013. He attended medical school at the Medical University of South Carolina (Charleston, SC), the tenth best Medical School in the United States. His main interest of study while completing his medical degree was Pediatrics with a focus on Neurology, where he had the great opportunity to learn from some of the South’s top known Pediatric Neurologists. Later he took the opportunity to complete an externship at Primary Children’s Hospital (Salt Lake City, UT).

Dr. Fuller completed his Pediatric Residency program at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia (Augusta, GA) one of Georgia’s only Pediatric Trauma Centers. During residency Dr. Fuller practiced Patient and Family Centered Care, which is a partnership based as much on trust and empathy as it is on advanced technology.  This approach allowed parents to round with the doctors and help in the development of a medical plan. During residency he really found a love for working with children, as well as, helping to educate parents. Dr. Fuller is a good, old-fashioned, southern gentleman, who likes to take the time to listen to parents, discuss their concerns, develop lasting relationships with families, and enjoys interacting with children.

“Dr. Josh” was raised in the South (Greenville, SC) and comes from a large family of 7 kids, which is why he enjoys spending time with children.


He and his wife, Michelle, have two boys—Wyatt and Austin—and a baby on the way.  His experience as a husband and father have helped prepare him to answer questions from concerned parents and ease them through the growth of their children.

In his spare time Josh loves spending time with family, being outdoors, and playing sports, including some favorites like beach volleyball and basketball.  Since moving to Utah, Josh as also taken up snowboarding. He loves fine dining, traveling, and playing the occasional video game. He has recently learned the art of balloon animals, which he loves to share with his patients at their well visits!


Education: Brigham Young University Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Program; University of Utah Bachelors Science in Nursing (BSN)
Board Certified: American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP)
Professional: Pediatric Care; The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital
Memberships: Sigma Theta Tau; Utah Nurse Practitioners (UNP)
Medical Staff Privileges: Utah Valley Regional Medical Center (UVRMC); Orem Community Hospital, Timpanogos Regional Hospital, and Spanish Fork Intermountain Hospital

Canessa C. Leeflang, FNP

Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner

Canessa attended Brigham Young University’s Family Nurse Practitioner Program and graduated at the top of her class. She wanted to attend BYU because of the small class sizes in the FNP program, one on one mentoring, and clinical rotations in Utah County.  This helped her get a great education and detailed experience with Utah County’s population.

Canessa is a nationally certified family nurse practitioner (NP-C) from the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP). Prior to becoming an FNP, Canessa worked as a Registered Nurse in SLC and graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Utah’s nursing program.


Canessa loves chasing after and taking care of her young son and not-so-young husband. She and her husband enjoy renovating and remodeling houses and are particularly fond of grey paint with white molding. Since becoming a mother, Canessa hasn’t been able to water ski as much as she would like but she still considers boating, sunshine and water sports a hobby.  Canessa also loves going window shopping and out to lunch – which her husband doesn’t consider a “hobby”.  Canessa loves being a part of the Pediatric Care team and makes it a priority to take extra time to teach her patient’s parents and answer questions.


Education: University of Utah Family Primary Care Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Program; University of Utah Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), Minor in Nutrition
Board Certified: American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP)
Professional: Pediatric Care; Huntsman Cancer Hospital
Memberships: American Association of Nurse Practitioners
Medical Staff Privileges: Utah Valley Regional Medical Center (UVRMC); Orem Community Hospital, Timpanogos Regional Hospital, and Spanish Fork Intermountain Hospital

Jane Craigo, DNP, FNP-C

Board Certified Doctor of Nursing Practice and Family Nurse Practitioner

Jane attended the University of Utah’s Family Primary Care Doctor of Nursing Practice program. She chose the Family Primary Care specialty because this allowed her to work with a wide range of the population. She wanted to work with many patients from babies and new moms, to those approaching the later chapters of life.

Prior to graduate school she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Utah with a Minor in Nutrition. Jane graduated as valedictorian and was student commencement speaker at graduation. She worked at Huntsman Cancer Hospital in SLC as a Registered Nurse on the Bone Marrow Transplant Unit and then in the Breast Cancer Clinic.

She loves anything that is recreating in the outdoors such as hiking, fly fishing, and camping. She is happiest in the mountains. In another life Jane could see herself as a Veterinarian, as she enjoys being with and caring for animals. She grew up riding horses and loving-on the family dogs. She hopes to one day train a therapy dog that can work in the local hospitals. She enjoys playing and watching sports, and grew up playing competitive soccer. Her favorite way to spend her free time is with her husband and son, either eating delicious food or playing ball.

She advocates for health, wellness, and disease prevention across the lifespan. She is passionate about patient education and a collaborative approach to healthcare. Her goal is to provide a safe space which empowers patients with the knowledge, skills, and tools necessary to make educated healthcare decisions.