Four New Providers to Practice at Sugar House Health Center in Integrated Primary Care Clinic
The Division of General Internal Medicine (DGIM) is in the process of welcoming four new Primary Care Physicians to the University of Utah. Our new physicians will begin seeing patients at Madsen Internal Medicine this summer, and effective October 1, 2019 will see patients at the soon-to-be-opened Sugar House Health Center (SHHC). At SHHC, General Internal Medicine physicians will practice in close coordination with providers in Pediatrics, Family Medicine, and Geriatrics in an integrated primary care model that will give all patients access to care management, behavioral health, and pharmacy services. Dr. John Doane will be relocating his current practice from Clinic 2 to serve as a mentor for our new faculty and Medical Director for the DGIM practice in SHHC. Appointments can be made by calling 801-581-7790.
Richmond Scott Doxey, MD, CCMS
Dr. Doxey is an internist and culinary medicine specialist. His professional interests include the influence of food patterns and other lifestyle factors on chronic illness, and how to harness the power of lifestyle changes to prevent and treat chronic illness. Dr. Doxey has given several presentations and workshops at local, regional and national meetings on the Mediterranean Diet and its impact on chronic illness.
Dr. Doxey received his Bachelor of Science degree from Brigham Young University, majoring in Molecular Biology. He attended medical school and completed his Doctor of Medicine degree from the Medical College of Wisconsin, followed by Internal Medicine residency at the University of Washington – Boise program in Boise, Idaho. He stayed on as a Chief Medical Resident for an additional year. He completed his board certification in Internal Medicine followed by Culinary Medicine Specialist certification.
Molly Doose, MD
Dr. Doose is an internist and pediatrician. Her professional interests include preventative health for the entire family, using podcasts for education, and breastfeeding medicine. She also enjoys being involved in medical student and resident education.
Dr. Doose (pronounced like a “dose” of medicine) is originally from the Midwest and moved to New Orleans to pursue her undergraduate degree at Tulane University. She then earned her Doctor of Medicine degree from Louisiana State University in 2012 and went on to complete her combined Internal Medicine –Pediatrics residency at Tulane University in 2016. After residency, Dr. Doose stayed on as faculty with Tulane providing primary care in an outpatient clinic. She also worked in the Newborn Nursery and supervised Tulane residents in their Internal Medicine-Pediatrics clinic.
When not working, Dr. Doose spends time being active with her two children and husband.
Matt Mulligan, MD
Dr. Mulligan is an internist with an interest in health policy. His other professional interests include chronic disease management such as diabetes, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, osteoporosis, and hypertension, HIV management/PrEP, and preventative care. Given Dr. Mulligan’s interest in health policy and social determinants of health, he serves as co-chair of the Health and Public Policy Committee of Utah’s Chapter of American College of Physicians. In May, 2019, he completed a health policy internship with the American College of Physicians in Washington, DC.
Dr. Mulligan received a Bachelor of Arts with honors from Johns Hopkins University and completed his Doctor of Medicine degree at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. He completed his Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Utah. He is a member of the American College of Physicians and is a member of the Utah Medical Association.
Michael Incze, MD
Dr. Incze is an internist with an interest in addiction medicine and vulnerable populations. Dr. Incze plans to integrate primary care-based addiction medicine into his practice at Sugar House. His other professional interests include homelessness and medical writing. During residency, he published several editorial pieces in JAMA Internal Medicine and remains the inaugural section editor of the journal’s Patient Pages. He has led initiatives to improve access to naloxone at hospital discharge for people at risk for opioid overdose, to build a low-barrier buprenorphine program administered in homeless encampments in San Francisco, and to implement primary care-based Hepatitis C treatment at a teaching clinic in the safety net. He has presented the results of these programs at regional and national meetings.
Dr. Incze received a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from the University of Utah and completed his Doctor of Medicine degree at the University of California, Davis. Dr. Incze completed a primary care-focused Internal Medicine Residency at the University of California, San Francisco. In his free time, he enjoys cycling, camping, skiing, cooking and composing/recording music. He is thrilled to be joining the community at the University of Utah and is looking forward to serving the people of Salt Lake City.