|Phone Number||Clinical Office Address|
Behavioral Health Clinic
650 Komas Drive , Suite 208
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Neurobehavior H.O.M.E. Program
650 Komas Drive , Suite 200
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Philip Luke Baese, MD, FAPA completed medical school training in 1997 at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. He moved to Salt Lake City, Utah and completed a 5 year combined residency training program - Triple Board - in 2002. Upon completing this program, he became board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in pediatric medicine, adult psychiatric medicine, and child/adolescent psychiatric medicine. He joined the University of Utah faculty as an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry.
From 2002 - 2004, Philip Luke Baese, MD, FAPA worked as an in-patient hospitalist at the University of Utah Neuropsychiatric institute. His primary clinical work was taking care of acutely ill children, adolescents, and adults who required psychiatric hospitalization. In addition, we worked in the partial hospital program at the University Neuropsychiatric Institute - Teenscope and Kid Star, which serves as a hosptial step-down unit and a sub-acute day-treatment program for teenagers and younger children. Because of his early career interest in chemical dependency, he also worked as the Medical Director for an intensive out-patient substance abuse program at UNI called SOS (Staying Off Substances) from 2003 - 2005. These first 3 years provided Philip Luke Baese, MD, FAPA with a broad clinical exposure to a wide range of psychiatric illnesses ranging from schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, eating disorder, anxiety disorders, attention defficit disorder and substance abuse problems to other, less common issues, such as attachment disorders, Tourette syndrome, Asperger's syndrome, and gender identity problems. As well, he gained valuable experience treating these problems across a variety of treatment settings. This experience allowed Philip Luke Baese, MD, FAPA to sharpen his clinical decision making and work with a multidisciplinary team, which included psychologists, social workers, nurses, discharge planners, and insurance reviewers.
In 2005, Philip Luke Baese, MD, FAPA moved into the out-patient clinical setting to the Neurobehavior/HOME program. This clinic was initially designed to provide psychiatric care to complex, developmentally delayed individuals - often with identifiable and rare genetic syndromes. This opportunity allowed Philip L. Baese, MD, FAPA to strengthen his clinical skills in the area of developmental disability and establish long-term, out-patient relationships with his patients and their families. He currently takes care of individuals across their entire lifespan (young children, school age children, adolescents, young adults, middle age adults, and seniors). Within the context of this clinic, he has been able to continue to work with a multispecialty team - case managers, nurses, behavior specialists, and primary care practitioners and gain exposre to a very unique set of individuals. He continues to see individuals with autism, pervasive developmental disorders, cognitive delays, traumatic brain injury and a broad range of known genetic syndromes, inclduing Down Syndrome, Fraglile X Syndrome, FG Syndrome, Smith Magenis Syndrome, Neurofibromatosis, Tuberous Sclerosis, Phenylkenonuria, Turner Syndrome, Klinnefelter Syndrome, and Prader Willi Syndrome. Dr. Baese has developed an expertise in Prader Willi Syndrome and is the psychiatrist for the Utah Prader Willi Syndrome Association. He participates in a state funded multispecialty clinic every quarter for children with PWS. Philip Luke Baese, MD, FAPA maintains a passion for excellent patient care combined with evidence based medical decision making. He strives to contribute to the best quality outcomes and lives for the patients sees.
Board Certification and Academic Information
|Academic Departments||Psychiatry - Assistant Professor (Clinical)
|Academic Divisions||Child Psychiatry
|Board Certification||American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology (Psychiatry)
American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology (Sub: Child/Adol)
American Board of Pediatrics (Pediatrics)