Margaret S. Lunt, MD

Internal Medicine
1160 East 3900 South N. Medical Bldg, Suite 1200
Salt Lake City, UT 84124 Get Directions
1.866.696.3847
Margaret S. Lunt, MD
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Annual Membership Fee

412.50 every 3 months
825.00 every 6 months
1,650.00 each year

My Philosophy and Approach to Wellness...

After being in private practice for almost 20 years as an internal medicine physician, I believe it is my job to help people achieve optimal health and wellness through knowledge, experience and compassion. Instead of pushing people through the system to meet the demands of volume based medicine, I hope to create an atmosphere with MDVIP where the patient and I can collaborate to make important diagnoses, tailor treatment plans and make reasonable lifestyle adjustments to improve the overall quality of life, despite the age or underlying medical condition.
 
My MDVIP-affiliated practice, located in Salt Lake City, Utah, focuses on chronic medical conditions including hypertension, thyroid disease, cardiovascular disease and diabetes. I also have a special interest in geriatrics, women’s health, integrative health and prevention. I like to focus on nutrition and exercise as a means to improve overall health and mental well- being, in addition to treating chronic conditions. As a primary care physician affiliated with Saint Marks Hospital and a part-time contractor with Utah Regional Hospitalists, I hope to provide excellent medical care in a personalized manner.
 
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Dr. Lunt's Credentials

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Residency:
University of Utah Medical Center
Salt Lake City, UT
Internal Medicine 1996-1998

Internship:
University of Utah Medical Center
Salt Lake City, UT
1995-1996

Medical School:
University of New Mexico School of Medicine
Albuquerque, NM
Doctorate of Medicine 1995

Undergraduate:
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM
Bachelor of Arts, English Literature 1990
Magna Cum Laude

American Board of Internal Medicine
St. Mark's Hospital
Intermountain Medical Center
Utah Regional Hospitalists
Cerumen Occlusion Lowers Infrared Tympanic Membrane Temperature Measurement. Academy of Emergency Medicine. Dozema D, Lunt, M, Tandberg, D. 1995; 2 (1): 17-9.
American College of Physicians
Utah Medical Association
Utah

Salt Lake City is now home to two new MDVIP-affiliated primary care practices, adding to its local network of five other MDVIP affiliates. Joining the network are Dr. Stephen S. Aslami and Dr. Margaret S. Lunt.… See more

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