Dixie Primary Care is a private practice specializing in Internal Medicine as well as general primary care in St George, Utah.

We provide our patients with the most caring and compassionate health care in the industry. We take a holistic approach when treating our patients. We blend both western and eastern style medicines. Our belief is that medicine, should be an integrative approach to disease prevention and treatment. Through exercise, proper nutrition / healthy diet, and stress control. We also recognize that the current practice of medicine involves a lot of testing and prescription medications. Therefore, we encourage all our patients to be proactive in taking care of their general health at home. Through developing a genuine desire to stay well. Our goal is to support them by minimizing medications and using our clinical acumen in doing appropriate tests. Our clinic is equipped to do on the spot testing for specific tests.

The entire Dixie Primary Care staff welcomes you and your family to the practice!

Grace Paradela Provider

Grace Paradela, M.D.

Board Certified in Internal Medicine
Dr. Grace Paradela completed her medical studies in the Philippines. She graduated magna cum laude in BS Medical Technology. She has a pre-med degree as a four-year scholar at Cebu Institute of Medicine. Dr. Paradela interned at the Philippine General Hospital, which happens to be the largest Tertiary referral hospital in the country. During this time, there were days that she would see over 1,000 patients in a day. In addition, Dr. Paradela has worked in multiple rural areas of the country, working with pediatrics, minor surgery, family practice, and Obstetrics and gynecology. After fulfilling her residency in Internal Medicine in Atlantic City Medical Center, in New Jersey, she moved to St. George in 2002. She started her own practice here in St. George, UT. She has been practicing acupuncture since 2006. She greatly values the integration of both western and eastern disciplines. Dr. Paradela is board-certified in Internal Medicine. In addition, she is a member of the American College of Physicians. She enjoys family time with her husband and her two sons. Lastly, she enjoys poetry, photography, karaoke, shopping, and reality TV.
Grace Paradela Provider

Grace Paradela, M.D.

Board Certified in Internal Medicine
Dr. Grace Paradela completed her medical studies in the Philippines. She graduated magna cum laude in BS Medical Technology. She has a pre-med degree as a four-year scholar at Cebu Institute of Medicine. Dr. Paradela interned at the Philippine General Hospital, which happens to be the largest Tertiary referral hospital in the country. During this time, there were days that she would see over 1,000 patients in a day. In addition, Dr. Paradela has worked in multiple rural areas of the country, working with pediatrics, minor surgery, family practice, and Obstetrics and gynecology. After fulfilling her residency in Internal Medicine in Atlantic City Medical Center, in New Jersey, she moved to St. George in 2002. She started her own practice here in St. George, UT. She has been practicing acupuncture since 2006. She greatly values the integration of both western and eastern disciplines. Dr. Paradela is board-certified in Internal Medicine. In addition, she is a member of the American College of Physicians. She enjoys family time with her husband and her two sons. Lastly, she enjoys poetry, photography, karaoke, shopping, and reality TV.
jonathan Baza Provider

Jonathan Baza, DO

Board Certified in Internal Medicine
Dr. Jonathan Baza is originally from Bountiful, Utah. His undergraduate degree was in Athletic Therapy, at Weber State University in Ogden Utah. He graduated from medical school in 2016 from Touro University Nevada. He completed a residency at Southeastern Health in Lumberton, North Carolina. Dr. Baza received his medical degree in Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Baza is trained in Family Medicine. He uses Osteopathic Manipulative Treatments (OMT) to treat a variety of sports and chronic injuries. His medical interests include: sports medicine, dermatology, and women’s health. Dr. Baza is married and has three children. He and his family love playing games together and traveling. As well as outdoor activities, Pico ball, hiking and mountain biking.
Jonathan Baza Provider

Jonathan Baza, DO

Board Certified in Internal Medicine
Dr. Jonathan Baza is originally from Bountiful, Utah. His undergraduate degree was in Athletic Therapy, at Weber State University in Ogden Utah. He graduated from medical school in 2016 from Touro University Nevada. He completed a residency at Southeastern Health in Lumberton, North Carolina. Dr. Baza received his medical degree in Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Baza is trained in Family Medicine. He uses Osteopathic Manipulative Treatments (OMT) to treat a variety of sports and chronic injuries. His medical interests include: sports medicine, dermatology, and women’s health. Dr. Baza is married and has three children. He and his family love playing games together and traveling. As well as outdoor activities, Pico ball, hiking and mountain biking.

Angela Jeung, DO

Dr. Angela Jeung graduated with high honors while obtaining her undergraduate degree in the Biological Sciences from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. She then graduated from medical school at Touro University Nevada in 2017 and completed her medical residency in Southern California. She is a board certified family medicine physician and enjoys seeing a diversity of patients. Dr. Jeung worked at the VA for two years and had a great experience treating patients with an array of complexity. Currently in her career, she is interested in approaching medical care in a holistic way. She believes that diseases not only have physical components, but mental and spiritual components as well. Dr. Jeung is married and has a son. She and her family love nature and the outdoors, and they are excited to be living in Utah.
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Angela Jeung, DO

Dr. Angela Jeung graduated with high honors while obtaining her undergraduate degree in the Biological Sciences from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. She then graduated from medical school at Touro University Nevada in 2017 and completed her medical residency in Southern California. She is a board certified family medicine physician and enjoys seeing a diversity of patients. Dr. Jeung worked at the VA for two years and had a great experience treating patients with an array of complexity. Currently in her career, she is interested in approaching medical care in a holistic way. She believes that diseases not only have physical components, but mental and spiritual components as well. Dr. Jeung is married and has a son. She and her family love nature and the outdoors, and they are excited to be living in Utah.
Adam Dye Nursing

Mrs. Stacy Sumpter, DNP-C

Master’s Degree in Nursing, Board Certified Nurse Practitioner
Mrs. Stacy Sumpter, DNP-C began her nursing career in 1994, at Mercy Medical Center in Centerville, Iowa. She graduated Cum Laude with a BS in Nursing from Marycrest International University in Davenport. Living in a rural community, she had the opportunity to work in multiple areas of Mercy Medical Center. These included obstetrics/gynecology, labor and delivery, intensive care unit, and surgical procedures. In addition to home care, hospice, and a surgical clinic. Seeking more autonomy, Stacy expanded her education earning a Master’s Degree in Nursing from Graceland University, in Lamoni. She began working as a board-certified nurse practitioner in Southern Utah.  Stacy earned her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas in April 2022. She is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, Sigma Theta Tau Zeta Kappa (changed) chapter, and Golden Key International Honour Society.  Stacy is married and has three children. Together they enjoy boating, trail riding, hiking, and any outdoor activity that Southern Utah has to offer.
Stacy Sumpter Provider

Mrs. Stacy Sumpter, DNP-C

Master’s Degree in Nursing, Board Certified Nurse Practitioner
Mrs. Stacy Sumpter, DNP-C began her nursing career in 1994, at Mercy Medical Center in Centerville, Iowa. She graduated Cum Laude with a BS in Nursing from Marycrest International University in Davenport. Living in a rural community, she had the opportunity to work in multiple areas of Mercy Medical Center. These included obstetrics/gynecology, labor and delivery, intensive care unit, and surgical procedures. In addition to home care, hospice, and a surgical clinic. Seeking more autonomy, Stacy expanded her education earning a Master’s Degree in Nursing from Graceland University, in Lamoni. She began working as a board-certified nurse practitioner in Southern Utah.  Stacy earned her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from the University of Nevada-Las Vegas in April 2022. She is a member of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, Sigma Theta Tau Zeta Kappa (changed) chapter, and Golden Key International Honour Society.  Stacy is married and has three children. Together they enjoy boating, trail riding, hiking, and any outdoor activity that Southern Utah has to offer.

Adam Dye, FNP-C

Master’s Degree in Nursing, Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
Adam Dye, FNP-C began his career as a nurse in 2006. He graduated with a BSN from Idaho State University, in Pocatello. Right out of school he started working as an ICU nurse in Idaho Falls. This provided a great opportunity to learn to manage critically ill patients. In 2010, he decided to pursue a master’s degree in Nursing. During that same year, he continued doing school full-time and continued working full-time. Adam graduated in 2012 with a Master’s of Science Degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner, from Idaho State University. Adam was board certified shortly thereafter. Adam enjoys serving his community and getting to know people individually. Adam takes a personal interest in each of his patients’ care and well-being. Adam loves spending time with his wife and six kids. With 4 kids and a set of twin boys, they are sure to keep him on his toes. Lastly, he enjoys mountain bike riding, running, and staying active. He is always up for a fun adventure with family and friends.
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Adam Dye Nursing

Adam Dye, FNP-C

Master’s Degree in Nursing, Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
Adam Dye, FNP-C began his career as a nurse in 2006. He graduated with a BSN from Idaho State University, in Pocatello. Right out of school he started working as an ICU nurse in Idaho Falls. This provided a great opportunity to learn to manage critically ill patients. In 2010, he decided to pursue a master’s degree in Nursing. During that same year, he continued doing school full-time and continued working full-time. Adam graduated in 2012 with a Master’s of Science Degree as a Family Nurse Practitioner, from Idaho State University. Adam was board certified shortly thereafter. Adam enjoys serving his community and getting to know people individually. Adam takes a personal interest in each of his patients’ care and well-being. Adam loves spending time with his wife and six kids. With 4 kids and a set of twin boys, they are sure to keep him on his toes. Lastly, he enjoys mountain bike riding, running, and staying active. He is always up for a fun adventure with family and friends.
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Jacob Ewell, DNP-FNP

Doctor of Nursing Practice, Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
Jacob Ewell grew up in Southern California. He received his bachelor’s in nursing at Brigham Young University-Idaho and worked as a registered nurse in the Neurological Critical Care Unit at the University of Utah hospital for five years. While working as an ICU nurse he attended Weber State University, where he graduated with his doctorate of nursing practice with an emphasis in family practice. Jacob is passionate about providing preventative and holistic care to patients and their families. He and his wife enjoy traveling and spending time outdoors. Other hobbies of Jacob’s include running, hiking, mountain biking, and dirt biking.
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Jacob Ewell, DNP-FNP

Doctor of Nursing Practice, Certified Family Nurse Practitioner

Jacob Ewell grew up in Southern California. He received his bachelor’s in nursing at Brigham Young University-Idaho and worked as a registered nurse in the Neurological Critical Care Unit at the University of Utah hospital for five years. While working as an ICU nurse he attended Weber State University, where he graduated with his doctorate of nursing practice with an emphasis in family practice. Jacob is passionate about providing preventative and holistic care to patients and their families. He and his wife enjoy traveling and spending time outdoors. Other hobbies of Jacob’s include running, hiking, mountain biking, and dirt biking.

Noah Yoshida

MPAS, PA-C (Master of Physician Assistant Studies, Board Certified Physician Assistant)

 

Noah Yoshida was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in biophysics from Creighton University. After graduating, he was a member of the clinical research team at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and worked in the oncology, hematology, and infectious disease departments. It was at this job that he discovered his passion for patient care and pursued a career as a physician assistant. He received his Master of Physician Assistant Studies degree in 2024 from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. His favorite clinical rotations were dermatology, plastic surgery, oncology, and cardiology. Noah moved with his wife to Saint George in 2023 to support her medical school journey at Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Aside from helping his wife study for exams, Noah enjoys spending too much time at the gym, exploring the outdoors, discovering new recipes to cook, and salsa dancing. Noah and his wife love Saint George and look forward to providing excellent care to the community.

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Noah Yoshida

MPAS, PA-C (Master of Physician Assistant Studies, Board Certified Physician Assistant)

 

Noah Yoshida was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in biophysics from Creighton University. After graduating, he was a member of the clinical research team at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and worked in the oncology, hematology, and infectious disease departments. It was at this job that he discovered his passion for patient care and pursued a career as a physician assistant. He received his Master of Physician Assistant Studies degree in 2024 from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. His favorite clinical rotations were dermatology, plastic surgery, oncology, and cardiology. Noah moved with his wife to Saint George in 2023 to support her medical school journey at Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Aside from helping his wife study for exams, Noah enjoys spending too much time at the gym, exploring the outdoors, discovering new recipes to cook, and salsa dancing. Noah and his wife love Saint George and look forward to providing excellent care to the community.

(435) 688-0759

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292 S 1470 E #200, St. George, UT 84790

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