If you or your loved one needs a kidney, liver, pancreas, or heart transplant, we offer some of the most advanced programs in the nation.
Our Intermountain Transplant Center programs are UNOS designated transplant centers as well as CMS certified. In addition, the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients (SRTR) maintains a website where you can view the waiting times and survival statistics of our transplant programs.
Intermountain Medical Center
The Intermountain Transplant Center, located at Intermountain Medical Center in Murray, Utah, is the most comprehensive thoracic and abdominal organ transplant program in the Intermountain Region. The program includes heart transplants, kidney transplants, liver transplants, and pancreas transplants. We also operate a liver failure clinic to manage those in liver failure who are either too early for transplant or not suitable for transplant.
The Intermountain Center for Hematological Malignancy and Blood and Marrow Transplant Program’s mission is to turn serious, life-threatening hematological malignancies into manageable and curable conditions. Located at LDS Hospital, we have established a reputation for high-quality care for an increasing number of patients with advanced hematological malignancies. These include acute myeloid, and lymphoid leukemia’s, high-grade non-Hodgkin’s lymphomas, Mantle Cell lymphomas and advanced myelodysplasias.
Primary Children’s Hospital
Primary Children’s Hospital, a leader in pediatric organ transplantation, offers comprehensive evaluation and care to patients who may need an organ transplant. We offer liver, heart, and kidney transplants along with Liver Disease and Heart Failure programs for children. Our mission focuses our efforts on The Child First and Always in a family-centered care environment.