physicians

Although we embrace new technology and methods, we remain rooted in our community and committed to the idea of personal care and a long-term relationship with a family doctor.  We are one of the few practices continuing to be on call for our patients  both nights and weekends rather than  outsourceing this service. We feel this is  valued by our patients  who appreciate talking to their own physician group in a time of illness or crisis.  You're not just a number, you have a name and a face at Medical Arts Center Clinic.

Dr. Lynn Q. Beard  - internal medicine

 

Dr. Beard was born in Salt Lake City and raised in Boutiful, Utah.  He attended University of Utah and graduated from the University of Utah, College of Medicine in 1980.  He did his internship at Eastern Virginia Graduate School of Medicine in Norfolk, Virginia.  He is board certified with the American Board of  Internal Medicine, and is certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support.  He and his wife Renee have five children.  Dr. Beard enjoys traveling, camping, horseback riding, boating and farming.   He also speaks French.   Dr. Beard joined the clinic in 1983.

Dr. Jeffrey R. Lish  - family practice

 

Dr. Lish was born and raised in Garland, Utah. He graduated from the University of Utah School of Medicine in 1987, and did his residency at University of Utah, Department of Community and Family Medicine at McKay Dee Hospital, Ogden, Utah in 1990.  His certifications are in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Advanced Trauma Life Support, American Board of Family Physicians, and Pediactric Advanced Life Support.  He and his wife Naomi have four children and one grandchild.  Dr. Lish enjoys biking, scouting, skiing, fishing, camping, hunting and gardening.  He speaks German and is also an avid U of U fan.  Dr. Lish joined the clinic in 1993.

 Dr. Lance F. Barker - family practice

 

Dr. Barker was born and raised in Willard, Utah.   He attended Brigham Young University, then graduated from Medical school at Oregon Health and Sciences in 2006.  He did his residency at Utah Valley Family Medicine in Provo, then Utah Valley Sports Medicine, also in Provo.   He is board certified in Family Practice, and is certified Neonatal Resuscitation Program, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, and Advanced Trauma Life Support.  Dr. Barker and his wife, Katie have four sons.   He is an Eagle Scout and enjoys running, hiking, backpacking, reading, and all things BYU.  He also speaks fluent Mandarin.  Dr. Barker joined the clinic in 2010.

 

Katelynn Sumko, PA - family practice

Katelynn Sumko is a native of Perry, Utah. After attending Brigham Young University and studying Physiology and developmental Biology, she served a volunteer mission for her church. Katelynn served in Taiwan, where she became fluent in Mandarin Chinese. Upon returning home, she obtained her Physician Assistant (PA) training at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. She spent her first two years as a PA working in the Greater Washington D.C. area in a busy emergency department. While living in D.C., she met the love of her life, Matthew, and they were married in April 2017. Katelynn and her husband have decided to move west to be closer to family which brings an end to their chapter on the east coast.

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