Jim Ngatuvai was born in Hawaii and moved to Utah in his growing-up years. He graduated from Timpview High School followed by Brigham Young University before receiving his medical education at the University of Utah School of Medicine. He then received his specialty training in Family Medicine at the Intermountain Family Medicine Residency program in Provo, Utah, after which he completed a sports medicine fellowship also in Provo.
Dr. Ngatuvai joined our American Fork Clinic, before the practice was renamed Premier Family Medical, and is now at our Lehi Center and we are fortunate to have him. He is married and has 6 children. Areas of personal interest outside of his medical practice include spending time with his family and playing sports. He enjoys the four-season variety of activities here in Utah!