Dr. Lundblad attended the United States Naval Academy where he graduated in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry.
He completed his medical studies in 1996, graduating from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.
From 1996–1997 he completed Internship training at National Naval Medical Center in San Diego, followed by Operational Duty assignments with the Navy from 1997–2003.
From 2003–2005 he completed residency training at the Puget Sound Family Medicine program in Bremerton, Washington.
Following additional Operational Duty assignments with the Navy from 2005–2009, Dr. Lundblad returned to training at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton, where he completed Sports Medicine Fellowship from 2009–2010.
Dr. Lundblad completed the University of Washington Family Medicine Residency Faculty Development Fellowship program in 2017-18.
2016–Present: Sports Medicine Faculty, Northwest Washington Family Medicine Residency
2010–2016: Sports Medicine Faculty, Puget Sound Family Medicine Residency, Naval Hospital Bremerton
2009–2010: Sports Medicine Fellow, Camp Pendleton Family Medicine Residency
2006–2009: Family Physician, Senior Medical Officer, Naval Air Station, Fallon, Nevada