Utah Valley Regional Medical Center offers several programs of excellence including the Utah Valley Heart Center, the Newborn ICU and Cancer Services.
In associations with Duke University, Intermountain Healthcare has developed a new ACGME accredited training opportunity.
Whether your ultimate objective is to be a primary care pediatrician or a subspecialist, our goal is to train physicians who can provide outstanding, comprehensive health care for children while contributing to the scientific basis of medicine.
The Rural Medicine Fellowship allows a physician who desires rural practice to further identify, develop, and solidify the procedural, clinical, and academic skills they desire to include in their medical practice.
The Utah Valley Sports Medicine Fellowship offers the keys you need to succeed as a sports medicine physician. Our fellows learn side-by-side with nationally and internationally acclaimed physicians.
The Transitional Year Residency is designed for residents who desire a broad clinical experience to prepare them for a career in a specialty field.
The Intermountain Medical Center Trauma and Critical Care Post-Graduate Residency for physician assistants (PAs) and nurse practitioners (NPs) is a 12-month program offering didactic and clinical training in the specialties of trauma and surgical critical care.