Aaron Starbuck, MD attended medical school at University of Nevada School of Medicine and completed his residency in family medicine at Martin Army Community Hospital in Fort Benning, Georgia. He has since served as a family physician for the Army in Iraq and Georgia, a physician-teacher at Intermountain Healthcare’s Merrill Gappmayer Clinic and a medical humanitarian volunteer in a variety of settings, including the Volunteer Care Clinic in Provo and LDS Charities. Dr. Starbuck is board certified with the American Board of Family Medicine and the American Academy of Family Physicians. He specializes in obstetrics, pediatrics, adolescent and adult medicine, women’s health, acute care and preventive medicine.
Dr. Starbuck grew up in a large family in a small Nevada community. While living in Provo, he struggled with a young family of his own. Through these life experiences, he hopes to relate to the challenges of young parents in his care.
“I can’t help but smile as I show a family their baby on an ultrasound.”
He enjoys taking extra time to see family members of all ages, as it helps him build strong, trusting relationships with his patients. Dr. Starbuck also believes that a caring partnership, coupled with his personal experiences raising a family with medical challenges, fosters better understanding and communication between him and his patients.
When he is not practicing medicine, Dr. Starbuck loves spending time with his wife and nine children. He enjoys jogging with friends, listening to audiobooks and accomplishing do-it-yourself projects.
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