Mark R. Lenthe, DO
Dr. Mark Lenthe brought his skills in family medicine to Tanner Clinic Layton about six years ago following years of active duty as a major in the U.S. Air Force. He last provided health care to active-duty airmen and and their families stationed at Hill Air Force Base. Many of those patients have followed him west across I-15 to Tanner Clinic, and the flow continues as more HAFB patients make the switch. He continues to accept new patients to his clinic in Layton.
Dr. Lenthe is a native of South Ogden and attended Bonneville High School where he graduated summa cum laude and was an All-State running back for the Lakers football team.
Dr. Lenthe began his college education at Weber State University, graduating with cum laude honors in microbiology. He completed his medical degree at Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Vallejo, Calif., where he earned a D.O.
Dr. Lenthe was named chief resident during his Family Medicine residency at the University of Nebraska Medicine Center in Omaha. He also practiced at Erhling Bergquist Hospital at nearby Offutt AFB.
While a physician at HAFB, Dr. Lenthe was chairman of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, which oversaw formulary changes. He also oversaw the Coumadin Clinic.
Dr. Lenthe is a board-certified family medicine physician focusing on disease prevention and education, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, sports medicine, dermatology and osteopathic manipulation, as well as all areas of family well care.
Dr. Lenthe leads an active lifestyle, particularly enjoying snow- and water-skiing and boating with his wife and three children. At other times, you’ll find him on the under side of water scuba diving. He also enjoys time with his son while coaching a local competition soccer team, the Morgan Storm.