Tara Doyle


Integrative & Functional Medicine Consultant

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Dr. Doyle is board certified in Family Medicine and Integrative Medicine. Dr. Doyle enjoys partnering with Lockhart Wellness where brings her commitment to ongoing learning and exploration to optimize the care of chronic medical conditions.

Dr. Doyle believes that each patient’s medical needs and well-being are a priority, no matter how complex or uncertain the condition and she strives to partner with patients in healthcare care that works for their unique needs to support living a happier and healthier life.

Currently practicing at Minnesota Personalized Medicine, Dr. Doyle previously spent 15 years caring for primary care patients with an integrative approach at Allina Health. She attributes a strong foundation in Integrative Medicine to her parents, who instilled a life-long appreciation for the power of food, sleep and movement on well-being.

Curious about the interplay of genes and health, Dr. Doyle completed her undergraduate thesis at Yale University with laboratory research on cancer causing genes and graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in biology. While at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, she worked to better understand the experiences of those she cared for by focusing on deepening medical student education of the patient perspective and experience.

Dr. Doyle completed her residency training in Family Medicine at Northwestern University’s St. Joseph Hospital in Chicago, where she served as Chief Resident. During her time in residency, she cultivated bonds with her patients and developed an interest in resident and staff education.

Dr. Doyle has continued to grow her passion for understanding the individual patient experience and crafting individualized health care plans to meet patients’ goals and needs through inclusion, acceptance and kindness. A life-long learner, Dr. Doyle joined the Academy of Integrative Health and Medicine’s inaugural fellowship class, and graduated with honors and an elective focus in epigenetics. She appreciated the fellowship’s inter-professional approach, and was able to expand her knowledge of healing arts to bring a larger skill set to her patient care.

Caring for others is intrinsic to Dr. Doyle, and in addition to her medical practice, she pursues this through multiple community service commitments. She was the founding Board Chair at Arete Academy, a school focused on wholistic education for bright students with learning differences, and she regularly volunteers with Yale College and the Blake School.

Outside of work, Dr. Doyle loves to focus on her family and friends. She enjoys reading, walking, cooking, puzzles, games and gatherings. Her husband, three children and Boston Terrier keep her life busy and filled with gratitude and joy.