|Phone Number||Clinical Office Address|
50 N Medical Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84132
Dr. Giavonni Lewis is an Assistant Professor of Surgery at the University of Utah Hospital and Clinics. She received her general surgery training at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, IL. Her specialties include acute burn care, burn surgery and reconstruction, trauma, and emergency general surgery. Additionally, she has formal training in surgical critical care with an emphasis on trauma. Dr. Lewis completed a fellowship in Burn Surgery at the University of Washington Burn Center in Seattle, and she continued her training in critical care at Washington Hospital Center in Washington, DC.
Dr. Lewis has a particular focus on the care of thermal and soft tissue injuries. She participates in a multidisciplinary team approach to the care of burn patients. Dr. Lewis's training provides the utmost in quality of care and expertise to those admitted to the burn center.
Board Certification and Academic Information
|Academic Departments||Surgery - Assistant Professor (Clinical)
|Academic Divisions||General Surgery
|Board Certification||American Board of Surgery (General Surgery)
American Board of Surgery (Sub: Surg Critical Care)
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 December 06, 2015
Very impressed with everyoneUofU Patient November 13, 2015
Your staff was very knowledgeable and helpful. Had I had just taken the advice of the ER doctor at another hospital I would hate to see how my wounds would have healed the ER doctor had given me some very bad advise on taking care of my burned hand and I probably would not have regained the full function of my hand had it not been for your clinic.UofU Patient September 27, 2015
Very impressed.UofU Patient August 24, 2015
All good, thanks!UofU Patient April 21, 2015
good experienceUofU Patient April 20, 2015
explained everything in words I could understand and took plenty of time to be sure I understood everythingUofU Patient April 09, 2015
Dr Lewis was wonderful during the visit including my daughter and explaining thing at a level she could understand.UofU Patient March 23, 2015
my son was being seen for a burn on his left hand. I believe the wrong hand was noted in his chart because the care providers kept looking at the right hand. I mentioned it & they corrected it.UofU Patient March 04, 2015
Best Care....always!UofU Patient February 08, 2015
Wonderful job! I can't say enough good about my experience. This office and all of its workers are truly the best!UofU Patient December 09, 2014
I will be very pleased to provide the highest level of recommendations possible regarding the care provided by Dr. Lewis and the Burn Center Team.UofU Patient November 17, 2014
As mentioned previously, we could not have asked for better care--either from a competence standpoint or a bedside manner standpoint. Truly, we thank all of the professionals at the Burn Center who helped us navigate this difficult episode.UofU Patient November 15, 2014
he was very nice, only issue was it felt like he was rushed and didn't really know what he wants to do with this. meaning a skin graft or not. no i don't want one if not needed but i would like the best option and less noticeable scar as possible in the end.UofU Patient November 06, 2014
Dr. Lewis is phenomenal! She is very professional and explains fully what you need to know. I am positive that anyone who spends just five minutes with her is confident in her ability as a provider.UofU Patient September 28, 2014
I was in ICU for almost a month I have Never had better care other than my burn I would not have missed the experience of the care I receivedUofU Patient April 23, 2014
I asked about the issue of the bump on my chest and the pain associated with it. I explained how you could feel the ribs being out of place. Without consulting any imaging or info from my previous visit, the care provider quickly explained that it looked like my rib was either "dislocated" or "displaced" and that I would be fine. There was no discussion of why it hadn't been addressed in my original visit or what was actually going on. She then left the room and I had to ask the nurse whether or not I was done there for the day. Apparently I was. This visit involved short-sighted care from the doctor without much regard for my own experience. The nurse was infinitely more helpful than the doctor was. I would recommend the nurse happily, but would do the exact opposite for the doctor.UofU Patient October 25, 2013
I have nothing but the highest regard for the burn unit and its staff.UofU Patient October 25, 2013
very goodUofU Patient February 05, 2013
Excellent, she remembered me from one visit to the next, very professional yet personableUofU Patient December 04, 2012
She must have been in a big hurry that day.