Yong Hui Ahn, MD

My Philosophy and Approach to Wellness...

Fitness!!!  My definition of fitness is balance in physical, emotional and spiritual health.  I practice my fitness by exercising plenty, eating well, playing with my family and friends and devoting time to several nonprofits I care about.  I believe we all can be the "captain of our own ships" and I want to help my patients to become their own ship captains. 

I also see patients in Kim Scott’s MDVIP Park City Office.  435-645-0800

Physician Profile


Centre College of Kentucky
Danville, KY
Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry 1982
Dean's List
Medical School
University of Kentucky College of Medicine
Lexington, KY
Doctorate of Medicine 1988
Carolinas Medical Center
Charlotte, NC
Internal Medicine 1988-1989
Carolinas Medical Center
Charlotte, NC
Internal Medicine 1989-1991


North Carolina

Professional Society Memberships

American College of Physicians
American Society of Internal Medicine
Utah Medical Association

Professional Affiliations and Appointments

Salt Lake Regional Medical Center
- Chief of Medicine Department 2006-present
- Medical Executive Committee 2006-present
- Vice President of Staff 2009
Clinical Faculty, Department of Family Practice, University of Utah Medical Center 1991-1995
Clinical Director, Ryan White Program 1993
Emergency Room Physician, Orthopedic Hospital of Charlotte 1991

Hospital Affiliations

LDS Hospital
Salt Lake Regional Medical Center
Promise Specialty Hospital

Military Service

Major, Utah Army National Guard, 144th Evacuation Hospital, Salt Lake City, UT 1991-1994
Captain, North Carolina National Guard, HDQ STARC, Raleigh, NC 1988-1991
Captain, Kentucky Army National Guard, M.A.S.H. Frank Furt, KY 1984-1988

Honors and Awards

Who's Who Among American Universities and College 1987-1988
Recipient, Public Health Scholarship

Published Works

Evaluation of a New Enzyme-Linked Immunoassay for Terminal Deoxynucleotidyle Transferase in Hematologic Malignancies, British Journal of Hematology, Coleman, M.S., Ahn, Y.H., Fairbanks, T, Manderino, G, and Cibull, M, 62, 311-316 1986


American Board of Internal Medicine

Patient Testimonials

  • Member: Available

    She is a nice caring lady who is genuinely interested in me and healthy outcomes for me she is the best position I have over half ...

  • Member: Dee Ann

    It was a great day-the day Dr. Ahn became my doctor. I am a pretty bad patient, as far as patients go- I really struggle to go to...

  • Member: Kent

    I met Dr Ahn by default. I was another doctors patient. I went to him with an embarrassing (to me) medical problem. My Dr was bus...

  • Member: Gayle

    I would like to know Dr. Ahn better but I guess I am too healthy right now. She is very personable and attentive and it is comfor...