Donald L. Lappe, MD

Donald L. Lappe, MD

Cardiology

Intermountain Medical Group Member
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Not Accepting New Patients View Details (1)
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Office Location

Main Office
Accepting established patients only
Mon thru Fri 8:30AM - 5PM
SelectHealth Plans
  • CHIP
  • Community Care
  • Select Care
  • Select Choice
  • Select Med
  • Select Value
  • SelectHealth Share

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Professional Summary

Degree

  • Johns Hopkins University School Of Medicine - Baltimore, MD in Doctor of Medicine, 1972
Training
  • Internship: Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital - Hanover, NH, 1972 - 1973
  • Residency: University of Rochester School Of Medicine - Rochester, NY, 1973 - 1974
  • Fellowship: Johns Hopkins University School Of Medicine - Baltimore, MD, 1976 - 1978
Board Certifications
  • AM BD INTERNAL MEDICINE - Certification does not expire
  • AM BD INTERNAL MEDICINE (CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE) - Certification does not expire
Professional Memberships
  • American College of Cardiology
  • American Medical Association
  • Utah Medical Association
  • American Heart Association
Professional Positions
  • Chief of Cardiology, Intermountain Medical Center, Chairman, Cardiovascular Department, Intermountain Medical Center, Medical Director, Intermountain Cardiovascular Clinical Program; Fellow American Heart Association; Fellow American College of Cardiology
Languages Spoken
  • English

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