BHC drives innovative, emerging research pathways to define the core signs, symptoms, and decrements in specific functioning.
BHC provides expert consultation and experienced clinical care providing patients with a differential diagnosis and health management plan.
BHC delivers informed educational resources and programming for patients and healthcare providers to improve self-management and access to quality care.
Research and Education Partners
Welcome to the Bateman Horne Center of Excellence
The Bateman Horne Center (BHC) is a non-profit, interdisciplinary Center of Excellence where clinical care, research, and education meet to collectively advance the diagnosis and treatment of myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS), fibromyalgia (FM), post-viral syndromes, and related comorbidities.
BHC fosters clinical success for the care and treatment of ME/CFS and FM using clinical intelligence derived from data analytics of patient records in the quest for improved medical care for current and future patients.
BHC engages collaborative partnerships to inform healthcare consumers and providers to deliver enhanced quality and improved outcomes through innovation, applied technology, and efficient distribution of knowledge.
Lucinda Bateman, MD
Founder & Medical Director
Suzanne D Vernon, PhD
Rob Ence, MBA
Rob Ence, MBA is the executive director of the Bateman Horne Center. He completed a BA degree in psychology and an MBA from the University of Utah. Ence has managed and served on boards of directors for non-profit organizations for over 20 years including AARP for 14 years as Utah State Director and West Region Vice President. He directs the Utah Commission on Aging connecting public policy, research, and community resources for older adults.