|Phone Number||Clinical Office Address|
|(801) 585-7575||Imaging & Neurosciences Center
729 Arapeen Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
James Burns, MD has a longstanding research interest in the possible role of T cell autoimmunity in multiple sclerosis (MS). He is also a regular participant in a variety of clinical trials for MS treatments. Dr. Burns currently sits on the Scientific Review Committee for the National MS Society.
Board Certification and Academic Information
|Academic Departments||Neurology - Professor
|Board Certification||American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology (Neurology)
The Patient Rating score is an average of all responses to care provider related questions on our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey.
Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.
UofU Patient May 20, 2015
Dr. Burns is absolutely the best. He is caring, concerned and always optimistic.UofU Patient April 23, 2015
goodUofU Patient March 14, 2015
Thank you for the time spent with us! I felt much more confident about the future after leaving.UofU Patient March 09, 2015
Dr. Burns has been my neurologist for over 20 years. I come back to him because of his professionalism and concern for me.UofU Patient February 12, 2015
Excellent Care!UofU Patient May 07, 2014
I find the clinic and staff to be very helpful. The environment is very calming and soothing both in the way the clinic is arranged, and the staff never acts rushed or stressed -- I don't receive that level or treatment at the hospitals in my communityUofU Patient January 27, 2014
Appreciated the feedback on the new medication (Tecfidera) as we were new to the medication. Also the discontinuing of meds that were deemed unnecessary. Very informative and useful visit.UofU Patient November 18, 2013
Dr Burns spent approx. 45 minutes with me. He answered every question I had, gave me a lot of additional information about medications and treatment. He made me feel extremely comfortable. My husband and I were very impressed with his knowledge of MS and his willingness to answer questions. He never seemed rushed and made us feel that we were the most important people in his office that day.