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T. Jared Bunch MD

T. Jared Bunch MD

Professor of Medicine, University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah

Dr. T. Jared Bunch a native of Logan Utah graduated from Utah State University with University and Department honor and received the Bill Robbins memorial award for leadership, service, and academics. He then graduated from the University of Utah School of Medicine and received alpha omega alpha honors.  He completed internal medicine residency at Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota.  During residency he received the Outstanding Achievement Award from the Department of Medicine, the Resident Research Award from the Department of Medicine, and the Donald J. Feist Primary Care Clinic Award for Clinical Excellence. He completed fellowships in cardiovascular diseases and electrophysiology at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota.  He received the Mayo Brothers Distinguished Fellowship Award for clinical care of patients and the Donald C. Balfour Award for meritorious research.  He served as an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Mayo Clinic from 2003-2007. After fellowship he joined the cardiovascular team at Intermountain Heart Institute and directed heart rhythm research.  He served as the medical director of heart rhythm services for Intermountain Healthcare.  At Intermountain Medical Center he received the Physician Researcher of the Year for the Intermountain Healthcare System in 2014 and in 2017.  In 2012, he was awarded a Healthcare Hero Award for Innovation by the Utah Business Association.  While at Intermountain Healthcare he also was an Affiliated Clinical Associate Professor for Stanford University from 2015-2019. In 2019 he left Intermountain Healthcare to join the faculty at the University of Utah School of Medicine as a Professor of Medicine.