If You Live in Pleasant Grove, Utah & Need a Pediatrician

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About Pediatric Care

We at Pediatric Care have sought to provide an all-encompassing pediatric care service for residents of Provo, Pleasant Grove, and the surrounding areas over the 25 years we have been in operation. Our clinic is designed to ensure that all patients and parents feel completely at ease and cared for, while still being able to access the latest state-of-the-art medical treatment they require.

We offer a range of beneficial services to those looking for a pediatrician in Utah, including electronic medical records, after-hours care, and a nurse’s telephone line. We accept online payments to ensure maximum convenience for parents, are contracted with a number of different insurance providers, and also proudly accept Medicaid.

Our services are designed to ensure complete medical coverage, from preventative measures such as immunizations through diagnostics and – if required – specialist referrals. To find out more about our services, please do not hesitate to get in touch – we welcome all inquiries, as well as new registrations. Alternatively, you can register your child as a new patient on our website.

We look forward to providing you and your family with a high-quality, expert, and friendly Utah Valley pediatrics service in future.

About Pleasant Grove, Utah

Pleasant Grove is a thoroughly modern city, part of the Provo-Orem Metropolitan Statistical Area, with a fascinating past.

The area now known as Pleasant Grove was originally settled by Mormon pioneers, sent by Brigham Young himself, in July of 1850. The pioneers established a small community in what is now the southwest corner of the city and were soon joined by many other notable Mormon residents. The town grew in size, and by the time of its incorporation in 1855 – just five years after it was first settled – it had become home to 623 people.

However, the settlement was not originally known as “Pleasant Grove”, but as“Battle Creek”. It was named for an 1849 battle between the Mormon settlers and the Ute Indians, who Brigham Young believed had stolen his horses; a memorial plaque still stands on the site of the battle. However, the name “Battle Creek” was soon replaced, with “Pleasant Grove” chosen due to the plethora of cottonwood trees in the area. These trees also play their part in the modern-day Pleasant Grove, and have led to the town being nicknamed Utah’s “City of Trees”.

Modern Pleasant Grove is a well-populated area, with a total of 33,509 residents recorded as living in the city at the time of the 2010 census – notably, 41% of the total residents were between the ages of 18 and 24, making Pleasant Grove a youthful city when compared to the surrounding areas.

As well as the memorial plaque for the once-eponymous battle, Pleasant Grove is now arguably best known as the home of the Christa McAuliffe Space Education Center. The Center, which is named for educator and astronaut Christa McAuliffe, is popular with visitors thanks to its flight simulators, which mix Star Trek themes with factual astronomy information to provide an enthralling experience for all visiting children.