Pearl Health Medical Team
PA-C, Physicians Assistant
Madison Groberg is a Certified Physician Assistant who works with patients of all ages to treat a variety of mental health concerns. She is originally from Temecula, California but moved to Utah to attend undergraduate and graduate school. She received a Bachelor of Science in Biology and Spanish minor from Brigham Young University. She then received her Masters in Physician Assistant Studies from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in Provo, UT. She has broad training in treating mental health conditions due to her educational background including seeing patients at an Addiction Recovery Center, the Emergency Room, and Pediatric and Family Practice clinics.
Her interest in the medical field started young through inspiration from her parents who are both medical professionals. She first explored the medical field on her own by obtaining CNA training and working at an Assisted Living facility. She has a particular interest in bridging healthcare disparities within the Hispanic population. She is a self taught Spanish speaker and has been able to use that ability to improve patient care by volunteering with the Red Cross Hispanic Outreach program, free health clinics, on a humanitarian medical trip to Guatemala, and various other opportunities. She believes in giving the best care possible to each patient regardless of background, culture, or medical condition.
Madison strives to take the time to genuinely listen to each patient’s needs and concerns because she believes the best care happens when there is trust and respect between the patient and provider.