Wasatch Front Locations
Experienced & Efficient Vasectomy Doctors
Vasectomy Doctors Parkinson and Johnson both have excellent experience and skill when it comes to helping urology (particularly vasectomy) patients. Read through their bios below so you can feel confident that you’re working with the best seasoned professionals.
Justin Parkinson, M.D.
Bountiful Clinic, Weber/North Davis Clinic
Number of Vasectomies – The Weekend Vasectomy Clinic has performed over 2,000 no-scalpel vasectomies since 2006 and is currently performing about 400-500 vasectomies per year.Consulting – Worked as a consultant teaching this new no-scalpel technique to other physicians in Utah, Colorado and Idaho.
Personal Practice – Began his own urology private practice in Utah in 2006, helps urology patients with various needs, and focuses on treating bladder dysfunction
Bachelor Degree – Idaho State University
Medical Degree – University of Utah, graduated with honors
Internship & Residency – Residency in urology at University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics (where he was named the chief resident)
American Urological Association
American Medical Association
Utah Medical Association
AWARDS & CERTIFICATIONS
AVSC – Achieved AVSC International Certified Instructor on teaching no-scalpel vasectomy procedure to other physicians
Corey Erickson, D.O.
Weber/North Davis Clinic
Dr. Corey Ericksen is a native Utahn raised in Tremonton area. He with his wife Liz have 7 children. After graduating from BYU he finished medical school in Missouri and did his family practice residency through the Air Force and Travis in California. After his military payback, he built Westside Medical in 1989 and began his private practice in family medicine.
He wrote a book on Depression in 1985. It sold over 20,000 copies and spurred an interest in depression management. He has been on five different national advisory boards and has been a national speaker for 15 years. He continues to be a prominent national speaker on ADHD and Bipolar depression. Because of special training as an Osteopathic physician, he also treats a lot of back disorders and is skilled at manual manipulation. He loves the practice of medicine and loves interacting with patients, most of whom have become his friends.
He has served on the Utah state licensing board, as medical director of Davis Hospital and was one of 12 family practitioners asked to be on the National Advancement of ADHD Board. He built Country Pines Assisted Living Centers and enjoys working with those beautiful, older but wiser people. His parents lived there until they passed away at age 97 and 90.
In his off hours time he enjoys skiing, tennis, golf, sports of all kinds and spending time with his family. He is active in the LDS church and is grateful to be able to serve the community in some fashion. He loves the community and the people within it.
G. BLAKE JOHNSON, M.D.
Salt Lake Clinic
Practicing Medicine – Practicing urology for over 15 years
Research – Researches and publishes on various aspects of urology.
Bachelor Degree – Brigham Young University (1995)
Medical Degree – New York Medical College (1995-1999)
Resident in Surgery – Westchester Medical Center in New York (1999-2001)
Resident in Urology – Westchester Medical Center in New York (2001-2005)
American Urology Association (2001-Present)
American College of Surgeons (2000-Present)
American Medical Association (1995-Present)
Medical Society of the State of New York (1995-Present)
EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
Interests – Fly fishing, camping, and sports
Volunteer Service – The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Manchester England, two years (1985-1988)
Instructor – Anasazi Youth Rehabilitation, Head Instructor (1990)
Scout Master – Boy Scouts of America (1992-1993)
TYLER DIXON, D.O.
Weber/North Davis Clinic
A Plain City native, Dr. Tyler Dixon graduated from Weber High, earned his medical degree at the Midwestern University and completed his residency at the McKay-Dee Family Practice Residency Program in 2008. He is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians and the Utah Medical Association.
He enjoys taking care of the full spectrum of patients from newborn to the elderly. He focuses on preventative care, well child, the treatment of chronic illness, adult care and acute injuries. He also has a special interest in sports medicine.
Dr. Dixon and his wife Stacey have 5 children and are passionate about music and also enjoy a variety of outdoor activities.