John R. Doty, MD

John R. Doty, MD

Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery

Intermountain Medical Group Member
Offers My Health + Connected Health Record
Offers Video Visits
Accepting New Patients
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Office Location

Main Office
Accepting new patients
Mon thru Fri 8AM - 5PM
SelectHealth Plans
  • CHIP
  • SelectHealth Advantage (Medicare)
  • SelectHealth Care
  • SelectHealth Choice
  • SelectHealth Community Care
  • SelectHealth Med
  • SelectHealth Share
  • SelectHealth Signature
  • SelectHealth Value

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Professional Summary


  • Georgetown University School of Medicine - Washington, DC in Doctor of Medicine, 1990 - 1994
  • Residency: Johns Hopkins Hospital - Baltimore, MD in General Surgery, 1994 - 2000
  • Fellowship: Johns Hopkins Hospital - Baltimore, MD in Cardiothoracic Surgery, 2000 - 2003
Board Certifications
Professional Memberships
  • American College of Surgeons
  • Society of Thoracic Surgeons
  • Western Thoracic Surgical Association
  • American Heart Association
  • American Medical Informatics Association
Professional Positions
  • Clinical Professor of Surgery, University of Utah School of Medicine. Surgical Directory, Aortic Disease Center.
Languages Spoken
  • English
  • Swedish

Practice Focus

Cardiothoracic surgery, including coronary artery bypass grafting, valve repair and replacement, left ventricular assist device, heart transplantation, and surgical treatments for aortic disease.

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