|Schedule An Appointment||Clinical Office Address|
|(801) 581-2628||University Hospital
Geriatrics, Clinic 1
50 N Medical Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84132
Mark A. Supiano, MD, is a geriatrician in the University Hospital Geriatrics Clinic. As a geriatrician, his clinical interests include providing comprehensive geriatric assessment consultations with a particular interest in high blood pressure (hypertension) and disorders of blood pressure regulation (orthostatic or postural hypotension). He has been regularly cited by the Best Doctors in America in Geriatric Medicine.
Dr. Supiano received his MD from the University of Wisconsin and training in Internal Medicine and Geriatric Medicine from the University of Michigan. He was a University of Michigan faculty member prior to joining the Utah School of Medicine faculty in 2005.
Throughout his career, Dr. Supiano has responded to the demographic imperative of our aging population in his clinical practice of Geriatric Medicine, in conducting patient-oriented clinical research, and in a commitment to medical education and research training. His research has been recognized with awards from the American Geriatrics Society and the Gerontological Society of America and he is a Fellow in each of these societies. He is currently a Board Member of the American Geriatrics Society and the Association of Directors of Academic Geriatric Programs.
Board Certification and Academic Information
|Academic Departments||Internal Medicine - Professor
Physical Therapy - Adjunct Professor
|Board Certification||American Board of Internal Medicine (Internal Medicine)
American Board of Internal Medicine (Sub: Geri Med)
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Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.
UofU Patient October 09, 2012
Dr. Supiano gives excellent care!UofU Patient August 25, 2012
Mom, appt lasted almost 3 hours. I was amazed at the thoroughness of the admission visit. MDs were especially good at explaining things.