A multi-specialty group of about 1,400 employed primary care and secondary care physicians, the Intermountain Medical Group also employs nearly 300 midlevel clinicians and about 3,700 other employees in a variety of clinical settings.

  • Best practice models. Medical Group physicians share information, knowledge, and resources. Clinical teams apply best practices and improve outcomes in cardiology, oncology, pulmonology, neonatology, pediatrics, primary care, behavioral health, and other fields.
  • Service improvements. Intermountain physicians assist in the development of new services, such as enhanced scheduling and computerized patient records.
  • Intermountain clinics. Medical Group clinics offer extended hours, full-service family care, radiology and lab services, minor surgical procedures, and health education classes. Some clinics also include urgent care, pharmacy, and PT and OT services.
  • Most insurance accepted. Intermountain clinics and Medical Group physicians accept most major insurance plans.
  • Focus on medical care. Intermountain physicians are free to focus providing the best possible patient care while experts in practice management handle the business side of the doctors’ practices.
  • Physicians are part of Intermountain’s leadership. Physicians lead efforts to improve clinical quality and the delivery of care, as well as contributing to the organization as a whole. The Medical Group has a governing board composed primarily of practicing physicians.
  • Personalized Primary Care is an approach where every patient has a personal physician who leads a team to coordinate care based on proven best practices across the many settings of healthcare delivery, centered around the patient’s needs.
  • My Health, an interactive online tool that gives patients access to key medical records, is available to all patients of Intermountain clinics.