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Intermountain Medical Center - Neuro-oncology

Intermountain Healthcare is a non-profit, multi-hospital integrated system with facilities located in Utah and Idaho. Intermountain Healthcare is frequently referenced nationally as one of the leaders in delivering high quality/low cost health care. For the 11th year in a row, Modern Healthcare magazine’s annual list of the nation’s top 100 integrated healthcare networks ranks Intermountain among the leaders. Intermountain was again included in Hospitals & Health Networks magazine’s “100 Most Wired Hospitals” list. It is the 10th time Intermountain has made the list in the 11 years since the ranking began. InformationWeek magazine included Intermountain Healthcare in its ranking of the 500 most innovative companies employing information technology in their businesses.

Intermountain Medical Center is the premier tertiary medical campus in the Intermountain West with centers of excellence in cardiovascular medicine, cancer care, outpatient care, women’s and newborn care, Level 1 trauma and emergency medicine, and pulmonary care. Intermountain Medical Center serves as the flagship medical facility for the Intermountain Healthcare system. The three components of Intermountain Medical Center’s mission – the science of medicine, the spirit of caring, and the miracle of healing – are delivered in state-of-the-art facilities surrounded by an environment of beauty on a 100-acre campus in the heart of the Salt Lake Valley.

As the flagship hospital for Intermountain Healthcare Intermountain Medical Center is the largest medical center in Utah (470 beds). It includes the John and Karen Huntsman Cancer Center which provides comprehensive chemotherapy and radiation oncology. Specific technologies include 3-Tesla MRI, PET-CT, MR Spectroscopy, stereotactic radiotherapy, intensity modulated radiation and a Gamma Knife Perfexion for radiosurgery. The Intermountain Healthcare system treats over 150 newly diagnosed primary brain tumor patients each year. Our network of 23 hospitals and 8 cancer centers cares for well over 8,000 new cancer cases annually. We have a clinical program focused on oncology outcomes research, survivorship programs and palliative services, and a collaborative cancer care program with the Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah.