|Schedule An Appointment||Clinical Office Address|
|(801) 581-2352||John A. Moran Eye Center
65 N Mario Capecchi
Salt Lake City, UT 84132
M.E. Hartnett is a vitreoretinal surgeon, who treats and manages adult and pediatric retinal cases. Dr. Hartnett's clinical interests include vitreoretinal surgical diseases, including retinopathy of prematurity, or abnormal blood vessel development in the eye of a premature baby; pediatric vitreoretinopathies; trauma; retinal detachments; and diabetic eye disease. She also has a special interest in age-related macular degeneration.
Dr. Hartnett joined the Moran Eye Center in 2010 and will be building a pediatric retina center and a pediatric and adult retina clinical practice here. She performs surgery at both the Moran Eye Center and the Moran Pediatric Clinic at Primary Children's Medical Center.
Board Certification and Academic Information
|Academic Departments||Ophthalmology/Visual Sciences - Professor
Neurobiology and Anatomy - Adjunct Professor
Pediatrics - Adjunct Professor
|Academic Divisions||Pediatric Administration
|Board Certification||American Board of Ophthalmology
The Patient Rating score is an average of all responses to physician 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 March 30, 2014
Could have been better if physician and fellow examined at same time so I wouldn't have to have discomfort of lights twice.UofU Patient March 17, 2014
Doctor Hartnet is very professional and caring with patients--she includes me in decisions--I credit her with saving my sight in my right eye---she is an excellent physican----UofU Patient February 12, 2014
The care that I receive from Dr Hartnett is very good and she explains things well. However the assistant that dilated my eyes when they should not have been was not good at all.UofU Patient December 22, 2013
Dr. Hartnet was always very caring, engaged and helpful. A couple of her assistants/fellows (?) were less so and maybe even a little rough during exam of retinal tear (however, that may have been absolutely necessary. Dr. Hartnet was more gentle in her approach).UofU Patient November 28, 2013
I am usually seen by Dr. Hobbs and then by Dr. Hartnett. Both are very professional, and have done a wonderful job with my complicated case.UofU Patient November 18, 2013
We would recommend Dr. Hartnett but the wait time was excessive. Also we were sent out to the reception waiting room and then called back into an exam room to schedule a procedure. We had to wait again for the person scheduling the procedure. It just seemed like the flow of how things ran there needed some work.UofU Patient November 18, 2013
Excellent.UofU Patient November 11, 2013
Dr. B was awesome. He was straight forward explaining the situation to me abt what was happening and might happen with my retina. Too bad he couldn't/didn't need to stay longer and visit. I like him.UofU Patient October 21, 2013
I never saw the physician, just her fellow.UofU Patient October 14, 2013
I am always thankful for specialists. They have worked hard for their knowledge.UofU Patient October 07, 2013
Dr. Hartnett has been fantastic. She has done everything possible to deal with my difficult case with the best possible outcome.UofU Patient October 07, 2013
Dr. Hartnett is clearly a consummate professional who is willing to explain and discuss my condition and the possible need for further treatment.UofU Patient September 09, 2013
We drive 4 hours in order to see Dr. Lenahan, she is incredible to work with. I wouldn't want to see another provider even if they were "in-network"!UofU Patient September 09, 2013
I have a problem with hearing when I can't see. Another thing I have a problem with is that by the time they actual DR comes in I am so dilated that I can't see the Dr.'s face. I don't know what she looks like.UofU Patient September 02, 2013
okay. Primary Doctors time with us was limitedUofU Patient August 08, 2013
GoodUofU Patient July 15, 2013
I think there is a disconnect between me and the care provider. The care provider seems to be focusing her attention on my good eye where I really am still concerned with my bad eye. I could really use some help in knowing what I can do to minimize the symptoms or resolve the problem. I feel lost. I cannot describe the difficulties i've had in trying to cope with this and yet I feel like i'm left on my own to try and figure it out.UofU Patient June 05, 2013
I was unable to see the doctor - my contact lenses were out. But he was terrific. Very competent and patient.UofU Patient June 04, 2013
thanks to dr harnet my son can see!!!!!!!!!!!!!!UofU Patient April 01, 2013
everything was excellent except for the LONG wait.UofU Patient February 26, 2013
I am extremely impressed with the way doctor hartnett, and shokor(spelled wrong) diagnosed my problem. I've never been shown that kind and that much attention to any of my problems ever. Dr. Hartnett even came back after emergency surgery to make sure I was seen and looked at. I really felt like they cared and they wanted to make sure I was diagnosed correctly. My problem I know is a difficult one to diagnose, but I know they will find out what the problem is and help me. I would highly recommend others to go to the Moran eye center.UofU Patient February 18, 2013
Dr. Hartnet and the other doctor were very nice and thoroughUofU Patient November 12, 2012
dr hartnet is the best pediatric retna specialist. she has a great bedside mannerUofU Patient November 06, 2012
I have a serious retinal condition and these guys/gals knew what they were doing/talking about. Excellent facility.UofU Patient November 05, 2012
Dr. Hartnett pays such close attention my description of symptoms, and my physical exam is so meticulous. Her analysis of the situation is transparent which I appreciate.