it's such a comfort to know that you are on the other side of a phone call and that i can see you immediately if necessary. thank you dr. hanlon
My Philosophy and Approach to Wellness...
Dr. Hanlon's Credentials
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT
Chief Medical Resident 1990-1991
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT
University of Texas Medical School
Doctorate of Medicine 1987
Colorado Springs, CO
Bachelor of Arts, Biology 1981
Outstanding Humanitarian Resident, Salt Lake City Veteran's Administration Medical Center 1990
Outstanding Resident, Internal Medicine, University of Utah 1990
Outstanding Intern, Internal Medicine, Residency Programs, University of Utah 1988
Salt Lake Regional Medical Center
- Member, Board of Trustees 2001-present
- Director, Inpatient Hospitalist Program 2002-2006
- Vice President, Board of Trustees 2003-2005
- Member, Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee 1994-1998
- Chairperson, Ethics Advisory Committee 1994-1997
- Member, Task Force in the Implementation of a Senior Center 1997
Utah Medical Insurance Association
- Member, Board of Directors 2008-present
Utah Chapter, American College of Physicians
- Committee Chairperson, Health and Public Policy Committee 2008 - present
- Committee Chairperson, Membership Committee 2002-2005
Member, National Council of Associates, National Chapter, American College of Physicians 1990-1992
Fellow, American College of Physicians
Utah Medical Association
Senior Class Advisor, National Charity League 2010-2011
Volunteer, Doctors for Drug-Free Schools, Salt Lake City Medical Society 1999-2001
Member, Task Force for Accreditation by National Catholic Education Association for J.E. Cosgriff Memorial Catholic School 2000
I've know Beth Hanlon for years from working with her at SLRegional. She is an amazing doctor with wonderful bedside manner and truly cares about her patients. That's why I choose her to be my doctor. I love Dr Hanlon and appreciate her abilities and I consider her to be a good friend.
I have been a patient of Dr. Beth Hanlon for close to 15 years and have always felt very comfortable with her and her bedside manor. When she became an MDVIP doctor she has been able to spend more time going over all my health issues and questions. I feel fortunate to have her as a doctor and having the time for more indepth conversations about my health if needed and the ease of getting… See more
I have been fortunate not to need extensive health care, but when I have needed it, Dr. Hanlon is immediately responsive. As well, she obviously keeps herself up to date with current medical recommendations, which I can rely upon.
Thank You !
Because of numerous back surgeries, seizures in 2014 and 2016, sleep apnia and whatever weakness causes me to attract different flu viruses; I am a very frequent visitor to Dr. Hanlon's office. We communicate frequently by e-mail regarding my prescription needs and my wife and I have completely trust her judgment as it relates to my overall medical need. She does a wonderful job… See more
I love Dr. Hanlon. She is an excellent diagnostician. In addition she has wonderful bedside manners, cares about her patients and returns calls in a timely manner. An example was when I had a concussion last summer. Dr. Hanlon was so compassionate with me. I'm sure I made more phone calls to her than was needed but I never felt she was put out with me. She held my hand through the… See more
The words that come to mind when I think of Dr. Hanlon are compassionate, professional, knowledgeable, caring, and she looks like the Choir Director in our church (a complement).
Dr. Hanlon has always been available when I needed her even at 11:30 p.m. She has made sure other medical professionals get things done and information is correct. I appreciate her taking the time to listen to my concerns and working together for a remidy.
Dr. Hanlon is an amazing physician. She has been such a positive in my life and has certainly helped me through some of my most difficult times. I can't thank her enough for all of the kindness and compassion that she has shown me.
God Bless you, Dr. Beth.