Pleasant Grove (UT)
Welcome to our flag-ship Prime Meridian Health Clinic, set in the heart of Utah. Coming in 2019
360 South 1300 West
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Clinic ServicesThis location offers the following services
Medication Reduction Strategy
Nutrition and Lifestyle Management / Wellness Management
Clinic ProvidersOne Team. Your Team.
Dr. Heather PickettDO, FAAFP
As a family physician, Dr. Pickett has a passion to share the joy of natural healing for the entire family through both Western and Eastern modalities.
Heather is a retired Air Force family physician who graduated from the United States Air Force Academy in 1988 and the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1992. She completed a General Surgery internship at Wright State University in 1993 and then a Family Medicine residency at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 2001. Dr. Pickett started out in rural medicine for a year, as the lone doctor on a 2X4 mile island in the middle of the Aleutian Islands in Alaska! She was then sent to Edwards Air Force Base in California as a flight surgeon where not only did she work with the US Air Force Test Pilot School and flew in numerous aircraft, but she also was the Commander of the Space Shuttle Medical Recovery Team. Her progressive program in occupational medicine at Edwards AFB, won her the prestigious “Air Force Flight Surgeon of the Year” award in 1998. She also received the “NASA Space Flight Awareness Dept. of Defense Honoree” award. After her family medicine residency, she moved to Germany where she practiced full scope family medicine and aviation medicine. The last 10 years of her career were spent teaching as full time faculty for the St. Louis University/Scott AFB Family Medicine Residency and the Nellis Air Force Base Family Medicine Residency in Las Vegas. As an osteopathic physician who has been using her manual medicine skills throughout her career, she was one of the first Air Force Physicians in 2005 trained in Medical Acupuncture through the renown Helms Medical Institute Physician Acupuncture Program affiliated with UCLA and Stanford University. She has taught acupuncture techniques across the country and in the UK, and continues to teach as part of the first Department of Defense/VA ‘Battlefield Acupuncture’ program. Dr. Pickett found dōTERRA 4.5 years ago and has used the oils with numerous family, friends, and patients. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians and American Academy of Medical Acupuncture. Spanish is her 2nd language (somewhat) and she has participated in medical missions to Mexico, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Ecuador, Russia, South Africa, the Middle East and Guatemala. She is married to Rex Pickett, a civil engineer who worked for the Army and Air Force and they have boy/girl 12 year old twins, Aiden and Brenna. They all enjoy skiing, hiking, camping, flying, roller blading and traveling. As a family physician, Dr. Pickett has a passion to share that the joy of natural healing for the entire family through both Western and Eastern modalities. Her varied background in 25 years of medicine has given her exposure to all different aspects of both traditional and alternative medicine. She firmly believes in the osteopathic philosophy of the body healing itself and through lifestyle changes, self-informed care, medication when needed, essential oils, medical acupuncture, osteopathic manipulation, and spirituality. She seeks to share that with her patients and within the culture of the Prime Meridian Health clinics. Let’s embark on this healing journey together!
Casey SullivanMSN, FNP-BC
"My goal is to provide a positive healing experience by taking time to listen and understand each patient's particular needs while developing long-lasting and trusting relationships with patients and their families."
Casey Sullivan is a Family Nurse Practitioner board-certified by the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners and licensed by the state of Utah to provide family-centered healthcare to patients of all ages. She received both her Bachelor and Masters of Science in Nursing at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She has 16 years of experience as a nurse practitioner working in a variety of settings including family medicine, pediatrics, women's health (gynecology) and Urgent care. In addition to her extensive clinical experience she taught pediatric nursing in an Associates of Nursing program and has been a clinic preceptor for students in a Family Nurse Practitioner Program. Her goal is to provide a positive healing experience by taking time to listen and understand each patient's particular needs while developing long-lasting and trusting relationships with patients and their families. Casey enjoys gardening and spending time with family, friends, and her two dogs Toby and Skye.