Lance Allen, DO


Doctor of Osteopathy
Board Certified Family Physician

Professional Information


Dr. Lance Allen practiced family medicine in rural Utah for three years before moving to Alaska with his wife and family in February 2015. In addition to family medicine, he delivered babies, performed C-sections, and worked in the emergency room. Prior to finding his calling in the medical field, Dr. Allen led a life as an environmental engineer. While he enjoyed the outdoors, he was drawn to working with people, which led him to earning his degree as a Doctor of Osteopathy (DO) in 2008. As a DO, he focuses on preventive health care and pays close attention to how different parts of the body are interconnected. Through specialized training in osteopathic manipulative treatment, Dr. Allen is able to provide patients with a broad range of treatment options.


To learn more about osteopathic medicine, visit the American Osteopathic Association.

Work Experience


2015-Present -- Family Physician, Seward Community Health Center, Seward, AK
2014-2015 -- Physician, Fillmore Community Hospital, Fillmore, UT
2013-2014 -- Moab Regional Hospital, Moab, UT
2012-2015 -- Physician, Intermountain Healthcare, Richfield, UT
2012-2015 -- Family Physician, Sevier Valley Clinic, Richfield, UT
2011-2015 -- Physician, San Juan Hospital, Monticello, UT
2008-2011 -- Residency, St. Joseph Health Center, Warren, OH

Board Certification


  • American Osteopathic Board of Family Practice

    • Family Medicine



2011 -- Family Medicine Residency, St. Joseph Health Center, Warren OH

2008 -- Doctor of Osteopathy, Touro University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, Henderson, NV

1999 -- Bachelor of Science, Utah State University, Logan UT

2010 - present

2010 - present