Dr. Lucinda Bateman’s career began in primary care as a general internist in 1991. Since 2000 she has focused on the diagnosis and management of illnesses in the spectrum of myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. This has included clinical research, consulting, education and advocacy. In 2015 she left private practice to help create a 501(c)3 nonprofit-organization, the Bateman Horne Center. The mission of BHC is to improve the lives of people with ME/CFS and FM through informed clinical care, education and advancement of research.
Dr. Bateman received her BS and MS from Brigham Young University, attended medical school at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and completed her internal medicine residency at the University of Utah.