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Amy B. Locke
( out of 59 reviews )

Amy B. Locke, MD, FAAFP

Languages spoken: English

Clinical Locations

Madsen Health Center

Salt Lake City
801-581-8000
  • Dr. Locke completed her medical degree and residency training from the University of Michigan Medical School. She then served as faculty at UM until 2015 where she served as Director of Integrative Family Medicine, directed the Integrative Medicine Fellowship program and helped coordinate care of adolescents.

    Dr. Locke joined the University of Utah in 2015. Her experiences are focused preventive medicine and nutrition, with a goal of bringing the best of conventional and integrative medicine together to prevent and treat illness. Her clinical interests include nutrition, preventive medicine, care of children and adolescents, families and individuals of all ages.

    She sees patients at the Madsen Family Medicine clinic for primary care and for Integrative Medicine and Lifestyle Medicine consultation.

    Board Certification

    American Board of Family Medicine
    American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine
    American Board of Integrative Medicine

    Patient Rating

    5.0 /5
    ( out of 59 reviews )

    The patient rating score is an average of all responses on our patient experience survey. The rating averages scores for all questions about care from our providers.

    The scale on which responses are measured is 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.

    Patient Comments

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    Patients are de-identified for confidentiality and patient privacy.

    April 27, 2024
    MADSEN HEALTH CENTER

    Very empathetic, answered all my questions, put me at ease, and explained everything in a way that I understood. Would highly recommend Dr Locke!

    March 03, 2024
    MADSEN HEALTH CENTER

    Dr.Locke is a problem solver. She follows through and explains what the plan of action is. She communicates well. I understand her and is concerned about my feelings.

    February 19, 2024
    MADSEN HEALTH CENTER

    Dr. Locke is the best family practitioner I've ever had care for my family of six-- we trust her implicitly.

    February 12, 2024
    SUGAR HOUSE HEALTH CENTER

    Dr Locke has taken care of me with professionalism, integrity and great good humor for years now. I chose her because she is University of Michigan trained and and an integrative medicine physician. She supports me in my yoga practice and other healthy choices and treats me with respect.

    February 08, 2024
    MADSEN HEALTH CENTER

    Dr. Locke was very thorough in addressing my concerns.

    February 01, 2024
    MADSEN HEALTH CENTER

    Possibly a great provider if can get her as your primary physician. If not, don't expect any long term meaningful help.

    December 31, 2023
    MADSEN HEALTH CENTER

    AMY LOCKE IS A GREAT DOCTOR!!!

    December 29, 2023
    MADSEN HEALTH CENTER

    Locke was very attentive, I would definitely recommend her.

    December 27, 2023
    MADSEN HEALTH CENTER

    Dr. Locke was very caring & listened to my concerns. She had reviewed my chart & notes from my regular PCP so I didn't have to explain a lot of my history. It made my appointment very efficient.

  • Dr. Locke completed her medical degree and residency training from the University of Michigan Medical School. She then served as faculty at UM until 2015 where she served as Director of Integrative Family Medicine, directed the Integrative Medicine Fellowship program and helped coordinate care of adolescents.

    Dr. Locke joined the University of Utah in 2015. Her experiences are focused preventive medicine and nutrition, with a goal of bringing the best of conventional and integrative medicine together to prevent and treat illness. Her clinical interests include nutrition, preventive medicine, care of children and adolescents, families and individuals of all ages.

    She sees patients at the Madsen Family Medicine clinic for primary care and for Integrative Medicine and Lifestyle Medicine consultation.

    Board Certification and Academic Information

    Academic Departments Family & Preventive Medicine -Primary
    Academic Divisions Family Medicine
    Board Certification
    American Board of Family Medicine
    American Board of Integrative Holistic Medicine
    American Board of Integrative Medicine

    Education history

    Other Training Health Science Leadership Development Program - University of Utah
    Family Medicine - University of Michigan Medical School Chief Resident
    Residency Family Medicine - University of Michigan Medical School Resident
    Medicine - University of Michigan Medical School M.D.
    Undergraduate Biology - Indiana University B.A.

    Selected Publications

    Journal Article

    1. Brennan BR, Beals KA, Burns RD, Chow CJ, Locke AB, Petzold MP, Dvorak TE (2023). Impact of Culinary Medicine Course on Confidence and Competence in Diet and Lifestyle Counseling, Interprofessional Communication, and Health Behaviors and Advocacy. Nutrients, 15(19). (Read full article)
    2. Locke AB, Fortenberry KT, Sullivan E, Ose D, Tingey B, Qeadan F, Henson A, Van Hala S (2020). Use of a Feedback Survey as a Part of a Wellness Champions Program to Improve Academic Faculty Satisfaction and Burnout: Implications for Burnout in Academic Health Centers. Glob Adv Health Med, 9, 2164956120973635. (Read full article)
    3. Casucci T, Locke AB, Henson A, Qeadan F (2020). A workplace well-being game intervention for health sciences librarians to address burnout. J Med Libr Assoc, 108(4), 605-617. (Read full article)
    4. Locke A, Stoesser K, Pippitt K (2019). Health Maintenance in School-Aged Children: Part II. Counseling Recommendations. Am Fam Physician, 100(4), 219-226. (Read full article)
    5. Locke A (2019). A Guide to Burnout for the Tough and Gritty. Glob Adv Health Med, 8, 2164956119838200. (Read full article)

    Editorial

    1. Locke AB, Goossen R (2021). Translating the 2020-2025 U.S. Dietary Guidelines into Clinical Practice. Am Fam Physician, 104(5), 448-449. (Read full article)