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About Pediatric Care+

We provide child, adolescent, and women’s healthcare support to all areas of the Provo region including Payson. 

With thirty years of experience, we understand the importance of accommodation in medical care. We work to keep things as easy as possible for our families by providing full levels of accessibility 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Unable to make it to our office? No problem! Our trained nurses can provide support over the phone. With expert recommendations, our staff will help your family get the medical treatment they need.

We understand that every family has unique medical needs, and we take pride in providing the highest level of individualized care and support. From dermatology services to specialized ADHD care, we’ve got you covered! Contact us today!

About Mapleton, Utah

One of the smaller cities in the Provo-Orem Metropolitan area, Mapleton has a population of just over 8,000. Settlers originally founded Mapleton in 1850, at which point it was known as Union Bench. It began life as an agricultural extension of the Springville area but ultimately branched off and became a separate city in 1901 before being incorporated by 1948.

Mapleton used to be a largely rural area, but it is quickly modernizing with various developments taking place or on the horizon. Any planning around the Mapleton area is often designed to ensure that the beauty of the natural landscape remains intact. This is possible through the Transferable Development Rights which are used to preserve the foothills. Many families are often drawn to the area due to the small-town charm that has been retained. The city has also attracted various young professionals to the area and has a respected school system.

Homes are large in Mapleton with lot sizes typically ranging between a third of an acre and two acres. The city does have a number of landmarks including several major parks such as Mapleton City Park, Ira Allen Park and Eagle Rock Park. There is also a Pioneer Heritage Museum and the Levi Kendall Log Cabin.

Due to the natural beauty and rural scenes, the city has been used for a range of film sets including A Christmas Wish and Brigham City. Through the winter season, the area does get heavy snowfall, and the nearby mountains are typically popular with skiers.

The rural setting does mean that dining and entertainment options are sparse and Mapleton currently only has one major restaurant. However, as the location continues to evolve, this is expected to change. Indeed, Mapleton is expected to see a steady surge of growth over the next few years.