Dr. Lyndon Box is an experienced and board-certified interventional cardiologist. He graduated medical school at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine, before completing fellowships in both cardiology and interventional cardiology at the University of Florida-Jacksonville. Prior to moving to Idaho, Dr. Box was part of the cardiology faculty at the University of Florida-Jacksonville, where he instructed training physicians and engaged in clinical research.
Dr. Box was born in Winfield, Alabama. His introduction to medicine was at the bedside of his father, who had open heart surgery when Dr. Box was just 8 years old and passed away from heart disease during Dr. Box’s freshman year of college. It was his father’s dream that Dr. Box be the first in his family to go to college, and it is not surprising that Dr. Box went into medicine.
Continually influenced by his childhood experiences, Dr. Box’s practice philosophy is based on the belief that the art of medicine consists of being able to utilize advances in science and technology without losing sight of the patient as an individual. He considers it his responsibility to make sure patients understand their conditions and feel comfortable with their care plan.
Dr. Box is married to a fellow physician and has three young children. As a family, they are actively engaged with their church community. Dr. Box and his wife both enjoy endurance sports and when he is not busy with work or family, you are most likely to find him out on the trails.
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