Dr. Lindsi Roundy was born and raised in Bluffdale, UT, when it was mostly farmland, and graduated from Bingham high school, just down the road. She made the decision to go to college and pursue a career in medicine after her oldest daughter was diagnosed with autism. She completed her undergraduate studies in biology and chemistry at the University of Utah and went on to medical school at the University of Utah School of Medicine. Afterwards, she completed her three year residency training at Primary Children’s Hospital where she focused her training on medically complex kids.
She loves caring for children, especially those with special healthcare needs, including feeding tubes and neurologic impairment and NICU follow-up care. She also loves routine newborn care (knowing there is nothing routine about adding a new little human to your family) and has a special interest in breastfeeding medicine.
Lindsi and her husband have three adorably crazy kids. When she’s not wrangling her kids or riding her horse, she loves reading fantasy fiction and always enjoys a good game of Dungeons and Dragons.