Leadership Transition. Dr. Charles W. Sorenson retired as President and CEO, and Dr. A. Marc Harrison succeeded him in the role.
Stanford-Intermountain Collaboration. Stanford Medicine and Intermountain formed a collaboration to support innovative projects in research, patient care, and medical education.
3D Printing Aids Surgery. In a Utah medical first, doctors at Intermountain Medical Center printed and used a 3D kidney to help save a patient’s organ during a complicated tumor-removal procedure.
New Technology for Bladder Cancer Patients. Intermountain Medical Center became the first hospital in Utah and the Intermountain West to utilize a technology that improves detection of cancerous tumors in patients with bladder cancer.
Precision Medicine. Intermountain achieved several milestones related to precision medicine, including the launch of a new Intermountain-owned genomics research and testing company called Navican Genomics.
Other precision medicine developments at Intermountain included:
Supporting Healthy Communities through contributions and projects, including:
Progress on new facilities and services projects includes:
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