Kaysville Pediatrician

Laurent Sigg, M.D.

Laurent Sigg

About Laurent:

Born in Zurich, Switzerland and raised in Northern California, with a 2 year stint in Hamburg, Germany along the way, Dr Sigg attended University at Cal Berkeley, where he obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Molecular and Cellular Biology.

Following graduation, work and travel took him through Europe, and then to Albuquerque, New Mexico, where he spent 2 years as an orthopaedic surgical tech, and a part time avid skier and mountain biker, exploring the Sandia and Sangre de Cristo Mountains.

He completed Medical School at the University of New Mexico, and then moved on to complete a Pediatric Residency at one of the nation’s premier children’s hospitals, Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio. Craving the sun and the great outdoors, he and his family moved to Layton, Utah, and have been working in the area ever since.

Dr Sigg enjoys all aspects of pediatric care, from well care, to sick and behavioral care, focusing on science based preventative care strategies. “I hope to provide my patients with the tools to take care of their own health, and sparking an interest in maintaining a healthy lifestyle that lasts throughout their life.




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M.D., University of New Mexico School of Medicine, 1998




Parent Feedback

We love Dr Sigg! He is so knowledgeable, and so good with my kids! I really appreciate the time he takes, how carefully he listens and his excellent advice! Dr. Burton is also fantastic! The office staff is also wonderful. They’re always so nice and prepared to see us!

—Megan Pierce.

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