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Intermountain Primary Children's Physicians Warn of Child Choking Dangers Following Alarming Number of Incidents

LogoA warning about the dangers of choking hazards is going out to parents as Intermountain Primary Children's Hospital physicians see 32 alarming emergencies this year involving young children, one includes a 22-month-old from Morgan.

Intermountain's CEO Dr. Marc Harrison Ranks 3rd on List of Most Influential People in Healthcare

LogoFor the fourth consecutive year, Modern Healthcare magazine has named Marc Harrison, MD, Intermountain Healthcare president and CEO, to its 2020 list of the 100 Most Influential People in Healthcare, ranking him third with the top spot going to the nation's frontline medical workers.

UTAH Cardiac Transplant Program Marks 35 Years of Life-Saving Collaboration

Logo1,549. That's the number of live-saving heart transplants the UTAH (Utah Affiliated Transplant Hospitals) Cardiac Transplant Program – a unique collaborative transplant group from Intermountain Healthcare (Intermountain Medical Center and Intermountain Primary Children's Hospital), University of Utah Health, and the George E. Wahlen Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center Medical Center in Salt Lake City – have performed in the past 35 years.

The Silent Killer: Intermountain Doctors and Clearfield Family Issue Warning About Carbon Monoxide Poisoning After a Close Call with the Dangerous Gas

LogoWinter is here and the temperatures are dropping, which means now is the perfect time to check the furnace.

Intermountain Healthcare Supply Chain Ranked "Master" for the 3rd Consecutive Year for Innovation, Management, and Planning

LogoThe Intermountain Healthcare Supply Chain program has earned the prestigious "Master" designation for the third consecutive year in the annual Gartner Healthcare Supply Chain Top 25 list for excellence in supply chain management, innovation, and planning.

Exercise Is a Gift

LogoMost people take their good health and ability to physically move for granted. Others, due to injury or illness, may not be able to move as they would like and strongly desire to get moving again. Being physically active empowers people, makes them feel incredible, and improves all facets of their lives.

Physical Therapy Can Help People Recover and Improve Mobility and Function

LogoRehabilitation therapies help patients recover or improve their abilities to move and function in daily life. Trained therapists evaluate and treat limiting physical function due to injury, disease, or disability. Physical therapy is an effective and less invasive treatment option to improve mobility and function in the elderly, children, and everyone in between.

Intermountain American Fork Hospital Kicks off Construction to Expand Level II Newborn ICU

LogoIntermountain American Fork Hospital's caregivers and patients are celebrating the expansion of the hospital's Level II newborn intensive care unit.

COVID-19 Study Launched at Intermountain Healthcare to Determine Whether Blood Thinners Prevent Clots, Illness Severity in Patients

LogoAs part of a national movement to develop treatments and therapies for COVID-19, Intermountain Healthcare researchers are launching a study in Utah to examine the effects of anticoagulants on patients who have tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

Intermountain Primary Children's Hospital Festival of Trees 50th Year Kicks off Today with Silent Auction and Virtual Events

LogoThe annual Festival of Trees benefiting Intermountain Primary Children's Hospital kicks off its 50th year today with an online silent auction for the event's hallmark beautifully decorated trees – with all proceeds going to help young patients.