You no longer have an excuse for not getting that spot checked

We hear it all the time when people we meet find out we're in the skin business.

Is this [enter unusual skin condition here] something I should be worried about?
If you have never been in to see us before, or, you haven't seen us for a few years, you can take advantage of our Free Skin Check Program. A qualified skin care professional will check out your concern and let you know if it is, or if it is not, something you should be worried about. Call today for more details.



We offer a variety of treatments including Skin Cancer Treatment, Acne Treatment, Coolsculpting, Laser Hair Removal, and Botox.


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Meet Our Providers

  • Dr.
    Robert P. Young

    Dr. Young is passionate about skin care and helping people look and feel their best. When he's not working, Dr. Young loves to travel. Serving as an officer in the US Navy for several years, he traveled extensively and even lived several years abroad. When Dr. Young first visited Cache Valley, he knew immediately it was the right place for him to settle down with his family.

  • Dr.
    Jared Heaton

    Dr. Heaton is dedicated to providing excellent, compassionate care and helping people enjoy healthy, beautiful skin. In addition to providing the life-saving service of Mohs surgery, he treats a variety of dermatological issues, from skin cancer diagnosis to moles, warts, acne, and everything in between. 

    Husband to a wonderful wife and father of three, Dr. Heaton enjoys spending his spare time snowboarding, parafoil kite flying, watching movies, grilling, and vacationing in Bear Lake with his family. 

  • Scott E. Macdonald
    PA-C

    Scott graduated with a Bachelor's Degree from Brigham Young University. He attended Physician Assistant school at A.T. Still University in Mesa, Arizona and graduated with a Master's of Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies with an emphasis in Dermatology.

    He enjoys helping patients understand their skin conditions and treatment options. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and young son. He and his family are excited to be back in Utah and to be able to enjoy the mountains and outdoor activities Utah has to offer.

  • Angela K. Cronin
    PA-C

    Angela Cronin was raised in Southeast Idaho and is still a country girl at heart. She married a Washington man and converted him to her small town ways. They are still completely in love. She graduated with her Masters in Physician Assistant Studies in 2007 and has been a member of the RMD team since coming to Cache Valley in 2009. She quickly fell in love with the scenic valley and outdoor access to camping, hiking, snowshoeing and an occasional day at Bear Lake.

    She also enjoys reading a good book, jogging, a bike ride with friends and family and sewing Halloween costumes for her three wild and crazy little girls.

  • Heather Allred
    PA-C

    Heather was born in New York and grew up in Guatemala. She served an LDS Mission to Monte Video, Uruguay before graduating from USU with a BS in Pre-Physical Therapy and a Masters in Cardiac Rehab. She went on to get a MPAS (Masters of Physician Assistant Studies) in 2002 from the University of Utah. She worked for five years in Family Practice before joining Rocky Mountain Dermatology where she is now a member of the National Academy of Dermatology PA's and the Utah Dermatological Society.

    She loves to compete in triathlons, enjoys skiing, 4-wheeling, rock climbing, and camping with her husband and three children.

  • Allyx Bowthorpe
    A.P.R.N.

    Allyx is a board certified Family Nurse Practitioner with specialized expertise in general dermatology. She sees patients for cosmetic services and generalized dermatological care.  She received her Nursing Degree from Weber State University and her Nurse Practitioner Degree from Indiana State University.  Before becoming a Family Nurse Practitioner, Allyx worked as a Registered Nurse at Ogden Regional Medical Center and Davis Hospital.  She has experience working in Medical, Surgical. Intermediate Care, Cath Lab, and Intensive Care Units. 

    Allyx grew up in Washington Terrace, UT and remains very involved with the community.  She and her husband live nearby and have two children.  They enjoy the outdoors, traveling, and spending time with friends and family.

  • Tyler Newman
    PA-C

    Tyler is a board certified Physician Assistant with specialized experience in dermatology.  He is especially committed to taking time during each appointment for patient education, so that patients are empowered to better understand and manage their dermatological conditions.  His community involvement includes presenting educational skincare lectures and providing free skin cancer screening services at community events. 

    Tyler is a Utah native.  He is married and has three children.  He loves discussing hobbies and interests with patients.  As an outdoor enthusiast and avid reader, he enjoys all the outdoor activities Utah has to offer.

Testimonials

  • "Here’s a shout out to Cherish at Rocky Mountain Dermatology! Her kindness and pleasant attitude are always top notch.
    Also, noticeable is that their building is clean and well maintained. Great job!!"
    Patty Larson
  • "Beautiful and clean facility. Their team has always been great to answer my questions and concerns. I've been especially impressed with their billing team. Special shout out to Lora! She is organized, caring, and prompt to answer any and all questions."
    Amanda Stadel
  • "You will not find a more compassionate staff and doctor anywhere. Dr Young has been in practice for 26 years and built an incredible legacy here in Cache Valley. All of the providers I’ve been to are outstanding and the medical spa has EVERYTHING. Strongly recommend!!"
    Kandi K Howe
  • "They are way above perfection, they were awesome. My mom said they took her every step of what they are doing. Christina the nurse was so nice and awesome she new what she was doing and was gentle enough for my 76 yr old mom. Fantastic job to the doctor who did her surgery she was very thorough. and to Dr young is a very special doctor who cares."
    coleen mejia
  • "I have been to Heather several times and I have had nothing but the best care. She makes me feel comfortable and takes the time to explain what is going on and makes sure all of my questions are answered. She really does care about you and you feel that at each visit. The rest of the office staff were friendly and helpful. I highly recommend this place."
    Lora S.
  • "Such a great office! As an employee, I can honestly say it's been one of the best environments I've ever worked in. The providers are great and all of the staff are wonderful and friendly and sincerely care about their patients. Dr. Young is one of the most generous and knowledgeable human beings I know. I would absolutely recommend this practice to anyone, anytime."
    Sierra Howe

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North Logan: 1760 N. 200 E., Ste. 101

Mon - Fri:

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Sat, Sun:

Closed

Brigham City: 1030 Medical Drive, Ste. A.

Mon, Tue, Fri - Sun:

Closed

Wed, Thu:

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Marriott-Slaterville: 1920 W. 250 N., Ste 17 &18

Monday, Wednesday - Sunday:

Closed

Tuesday:

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Washington Terrace: 434 E. 5350 S. Ste. D.

Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri:

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Wed:

8:00 am - 7:00 pm

Sat, Sun:

Closed

Legacy Dermatology (Bountiful): 320 W. 500 S. #210

Monday - Thursday:

8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am - 4:30 pm

Saturday, Sunday:

Closed