Dr. Peregrine finds great joy in supporting each individual’s family-building journey, helping each patient navigate the decisions that are right for them by balancing evidence-based medicine and individual factors. She highly values inclusivity and transparency in her Reproductive Endocrinology and infertility practice.
Dr. Peregrine grew up in Southern California, loved training in the Midwest (including researching the reproductive impact of viruses for her Masters), and was an Assistant Professor at Oregon Health and Science University in Portland for 2 years, where she grew her family by becoming a Single Mother By Choice (SMBC). She is the latest in 4 generations of her family to return to their Utah roots, and currently has extended family from Payson to Provo to Herriman to Ogden. When not working, she can be found playing catch with her toddler or tearing up while watching ‘Bluey’ with him. She adores classical music (especially Romantic and 20th Century chamber music) and during medical school played cello in the indie music video ‘Up to Something’ by Shotgun Honeymoon.