Welcome to Lone Peak OB/GYN
At Lone Peak OB/GYN, we offer a warm and welcoming environment for women in all stages of life. Caring for our patients is our top priority. We use up-to-date technology and procedures to provide the best healthcare possible to our patients. Our providers are committed to their patients' needs and recognize that each person is unique. We listen to our patients' questions and concerns to ensure the most comfortable experience when you are in our care.
Lone Peak OB/GYN is located on the third floor of the beautiful new Lone Peak Medical Campus. Our convenient location helps to reduce wait times both in the hospital and in the office. We have two doctors on staff: Krista Anders, MD and Carrie L. Sloan, MD, as well as a certified nurse midwife, Eve Blair.
Appointments are given based on your needs, possibly the same day or the next, depending on the type of visit desired.
Lone Peak OB/GYN is pleased to welcome Michelle Grubb, CNM as our newest provider. Michelle enjoys providing holistic care to women throughout their lifespan and is especially passionate about birth and working with women to help them achieve the birth experience they desire.
Michelle is now accepting new patients!
Dr. Anders on HPV Vaccines
Dr. Krista Anders was recently featured on ABC 4 News to discuss the dropping rates of cervical cancer caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV) thanks to the HPV Vaccine.
What is a Certified Nurse Midwife?
Certified Nurse Midwives (C.N.M.s) are educated in both the field of nursing and midwifery and hold master's degrees. They are certified with the American Midwifery Certification Board. Certified Nurse Midwives have been licensed to provide care in pregnancy and women's health in Utah since the mid 1960's. They are committed to a philosophy of meeting a woman's individual needs, providing education, and involving them in their own care.
Certified Nurse Midwives strive to offer child birth experiences that are emotionally satisfying and family-centered. Their deliveries take place in the hospital and they can provide anesthesia or assist in natural childbirth, according to the wishes of the woman. They remain with the woman throughout labor and are highly trained to recognize problems that might require a doctor's attention. They can also provide care and counseling after the birth.
For the woman who is not pregnant, a Certified Nurse Midwife can perform yearly physical examinations, provide primary care, discuss illness prevention, order and interpret laboratory tests and prescribe medication as necessary. They are focused on meeting women's physical and psychological needs.