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Dr. Robert J. Farney M.D.

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Medical Director of the Intermoun...

Local Address: SLC, Utah, United States
LDS Hospital
8 Avenue & C St
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
United States

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Background

Employment History

  • Member of the Pulmonary Division
    LDS Hospital
  • Medical Director
    Intermountain Sleep Disorder Center
  • Co-Director of the Sleep Medicine Fellowship Program
    ACGME
  • Medical Director
    LDS Hospital Sleep Disorders Center
  • Chief of Pulmonary and Infectious Disease Service
    Keesler Air Force Base

Education

  • M.D.
26 Total References
Web References
Robert Farney M.D. — SomnoMed Academy
www.somnomedacademy.com, 15 July 2014 [cached]
Robert Farney M.D.
Dr. Robert Farney is Medical Director of the Intermountain Sleep Disorders Center at LDS Hospital and Chief of the Sleep Medicine Division for Intermountain Healthcare (Urban Central Region), Salt Lake City, Utah. He is also Co-Director of the ACGME Sleep Medicine Fellowship program sponsored by the University of Utah Health Sciences School of Medicine. He has had a clinical appointment with the University College of Medicine since 1981 and is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine. He attended medical school and completed training in Internal Medicine at the University of Kansas (1966-1973). He completed pulmonary fellowship at the University of Utah in 1975 and was Chief of Pulmonary/Infectious Disease Service for Keesler Air Force Base in Mississippi 1975-1977. He is board certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine and Sleep Medicine. His 37 year career has been devoted to both clinical medicine in private practice with academic responsibilities including research and teaching. His publications have been predominantly in the area of sleep medicine, specifically screening and therapy for sleep apnea.
RT Magazine - The Journal for Respiratory Care Practitioners
www.rtmagazine.com, 27 June 2006 [cached]
by Mark A. Rasmus, MD, and Robert J. Farney, MD, DABSM
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Robert J. Farney, MD, DABSM, is director of the Intermountain Sleep Disorders Center, a member of the pulmonary division at LDS Hospital, and an adjunct professor of medicine at the University of Utah College of Medicine, all in Salt Lake City.
Newswise
www.newswise.com, 30 April 2004 [cached]
"What this tells us is that patients are routinely treated for the symptoms and complications of obstructive sleep apnea while the underlying pathophysiologic condition proceeds unabated," says Robert J. Farney, MD, medical director of the LDS Hospital Sleep Disorders Center and principal investigator of the study.
The study is published this week in the April issue of CHEST, the cardiopulmonary and critical care journal of the American College of Chest Physicians.
"We have been impressed by the regular stream of patients whose risk factors are conspicuous and who ultimately present for evaluation for obstructive sleep apnea after years of having been treated for secondary manifestations of this problem," says Dr. Farney.
He says hypertension and chronic fatigue, which are possibly the most common conditions for which patients seek medical attention, are the cardinal elements of obstructive sleep apnea.
"Depression or chronic fatigue syndrome is readily diagnosed in patients with the primary complaint of fatigue," says Dr. Farney.
SomnoMed Academy Speakers — SomnoMed Academy
www.somnomedacademy.com, 15 July 2014 [cached]
Robert Farney M.D.
Dr. Robert Farney is Medical Director of the Intermountain Sleep Disorders Center at LDS Hospital and Chief of the Sleep Medicine Division for Intermountain Healthcare (Urban Central Region), Salt Lake City, Utah.
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"For most people, less than six hours of sleep is not enough," said Robert Farney, M.D., medical director of the Intermountain Sleep Disorder Center at LDS Hospital.
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