FHC Lab Support Supervisor
Danielle Pobieglo has been with ARUP since 2009 in Phlebotomy and Support Services. She has nine years of experience as a phlebotomist and has her ASCP in phlebotomy. She is an avid reader and enjoys used book sales and good tea.
FHC Lab Coordinator II
Taryn Knight has been with ARUP since 2017. She has her state and national phlebotomy certification. She attends Salt Lake Community College studying Medical Laboratory Sciences.
FHC Lab Coordinator I
Asia Robinson has been with ARUP since January 2019 as a phlebotomist at the University of Utah Hospital. She has her state and national certifications. Asia hails from northern Wyoming, where she attended Sheridan College and received her AS in health science. Currently, she is working toward becoming a nurse midwife. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and her two rambunctious dogs. Asia has eclectic interests and pursues many different indoor and outdoor activities every season.
Dominique Balch joined the ARUP FHC in November 2021. Before working at ARUP she was a CNA serving various patient populations in behavioral health, home health, and hospice. She was most recently a CNA in a hospital trauma unit. She aspires to become a nurse and specialize in behavioral health. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and son, adventuring outside, and being involved in the deaf community.
Brenna Blaser joined the Family Health Clinic in February, 2022. Prior to working at ARUP, she was a CNA at an assisted living facility and a nanny. She obtained her Associates of Science from Utah State University in 2021. Brenna enjoys interacting and caring for people, especially children. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and family. She is very passionate about and enjoys hiking, camping, snowboarding, and basketball.
Brooke Blaser started at ARUP in December 2020. Before working at ARUP, she was a certified nursing assistant/residential care coordinator at an assisted living facility. Her favorite part of healthcare work is helping people and giving them the best care she can. She is currently attending Salt Lake Community College and is pursuing nursing. In her free time, she loves spending time with friends and family and doing anything outdoors, including hiking, camping, and fishing.
Sheila Burgess joined ARUP in August 2022. She is a certified medical assistant and previously worked in a dermatology clinic. Sheila has 5 children and spends most of her free time with them traveling, camping, ATV riding, fishing, and watching football.
Grace Carlisle joined the Family Health Clinic in 2022 after graduating from the University of Utah with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and a minor in Pediatric Research. She has a passion for healthcare and plans to pursue medical school. In her free time, she can be found at the climbing gym, experimenting in the kitchen, exploring new coffee shops, or cuddling her cat..
Nathan Erickson started at ARUP in 2014 in the Cytogenetics department as Technician and transferred to the Family Health Clinic in 2022. He is attending Weber State University's Medical Laboratory Science and botany program. Nathan feels the best way to spend free time is outdoors and enjoys traveling with his husband and camping with his two dogs.
McKena Harvey started at ARUP in October 2020. She obtained a BS in outdoor recreation in parks and tourism from Southern Utah University in 2017. She loves the Utah desert and has gained a lot of experience in guiding tours there over the last several years. She loves helping people discover new places and ways to adventure. During the winter, she is a ski instructor at the Alta Ski Area. She enjoys traveling, skiing, rock climbing, and taking leisurely walks with her dog.
Kevin Johansen started as a medical assistant in the Family Health Clinic in 2022. Before working at the clinic, Kevin focused on humanitarian work for two years before earning his phlebotomy certification. He then worked as a phlebotomist for two years. He is exploring his passion for the human sciences and is hoping to pursue a career in Cardiology and Pediatrics. In his free time, Kevin enjoys art, music, games with friends, and spending time at the Wellness Center.
Emily Johnson joined the Family Health Clinic in May, 2022. Prior to working at the Clinic, she was an in-patient phlebotomist at the University Hospital and a Registered Dental Hygienist. She graduated with her BS in Dental Hygiene at Dixie State University in 2020. Her future plans are to attend physician assistant school and become a certified PA. In her free time, she likes to volunteer, read, crochet, and spend time with friends and family.
Holden Jones joined the ARUP Family Health Clinic in March of 2022. He worked previously as a Patient Relations Specialist at the Sugar House Health Clinic. He is currently pursuing degrees in Gender Studies and Nursing at the University of Utah. In his free time, Holden likes to relax with friends, read, find the best food in the valley, and travel.
Brent Mains joined ARUP in 2020. He has his EMT license and is currently finishing his bachelor’s degree in kinesiology at the University of Utah. He plans to attend physician assistant (PA) school and eventually become a surgical PA. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and two kids, camping, boating, and four-wheeling.
Clinic Workflow Lead
Jackson Nicholes has been with ARUP since July 2019. He has two years of experience as a medical assistant in family medicine. He is a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and is currently pursuing a bachelor of science in nursing. In his free time, he likes hiking, fishing, cross-country skiing, and snowboarding.
Katie Ontiveros worked as a processing support technician in the Specimen Processing department at ARUP for two years before transferring to the Family Health Clinic. She is currently pursuing a degree in Criminology at the University of Utah. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her two border collies and her friends and family, and going backpacking, skiing, and kayaking.
Hollie Pepe joined ARUP in 2005 in the Blood Services department and moved to the Clinic in 2013. Hollie’s professional focus is to provide optimal care, compassion, and advocate for the ARUP patient population. A couple of her greatest accomplishments are becoming a mother and volunteering in South Africa providing care for Vervet monkeys. In her spare time she enjoys advocating for animals and spending time with her family.
Ken Durrant has been with ARUP since 2020. He has worked in both inpatient and outpatient healthcare settings since 2004 and has a degree in healthcare administration. He previously directed multispecialty practices in cardiology, cardiothoracic and vascular surgery, orthopedics, neurology, and sleep and pulmonary medicine. He spends his free time with his wife and three children and enjoys the Uinta Mountains and general mechanics.
Department Administrative Lead
Tonya Brower has been with ARUP since 2013. She has her BS in Health Education from Idaho State University. She grew up in Southern Idaho but loves Utah and the adventures it offers.
Patient Access Coordinator
Heather Lloyd has been with ARUP since 2018. Prior to joining the Family Health Clinic, she worked at her family’s bakery for 26 years as a manager and cake decorator.
Patient Access Coordinator
Cecilia Robbins-Minter has been with ARUP since 2018. She studies Health Science with an interest in Physical Therapy at Salt Lake Community College. She is a certified phlebotomist and has training as a medical assistant. When she is not at school or work, she enjoys hiking with her 3 dogs.