We treat more heart patients than anyone else in Utah, getting them back to the things they love so they can enjoy life.
We treat more heart patients than anyone else in Utah. That experience means better results.
At Intermountain Healthcare, we use proven technology that is more likely to deliver more health and healing.
Our skilled caregivers use proven technology to save lives.
Kerry Oman gets a second chance to pursue his photography passion, finding extra time to watch the sun come up and hug his kids again.
Craig Bruner tells his story, offering advice on lifelong heart health, no matter how young or old you may be.
John Babcock gets back to skiing and fishing after a bout with heart disease. He says stop delaying and go see your heart care specialist.
Dave Spealler survived a heart attack and is now back in the gym, working out, doing the things he loves. He encourages, "Enjoy Life. It's a pure gift."
Ken Bushman reflects on just how fragile life can be as he shares his experience with two heart attacks.
Amanda Rutledge finds peace after heart surgery, finding newfound energy to play with her kids, hike, and master her yoga practice.
Liz Lupinacci gets back to being a mom, a business owner, and a hair dresser extraordinaire after recovering from a hole in her heart.
Rod Oldroyd shares his heart attack experience, encouraging everyone to take heart attack symptoms seriously and go to the hospital immediately.
Dennis Morganson gets back to playing the piano after undergoing bypass surgery, encouraging everyone to live a heart-healthy life.
Avid runner Danny Boyer gets up and running after cardiac arrest, dedicating his running to promoting health.
Arther Van Wagenen survives open heart surgery and gets back to playing soccer, skiing, and enjoying his kids, just like he always has.
Stein Ingebrigtsen gets back on the slopes after an aortic valve replacement, allowing him to share his passions with his family so they can enjoy life together.
Jessica Ballif was born with a hole in her heart, but that doesn't stop her from tumbling and dancing. She has big dreams of going to college and becoming a cardiologist.
Ken Gardner battles heart failure and cancer, finding himself with a donor heart and a newfound perspective on life. He swims, he stays active, and he feels stronger than ever.
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Intermountain Healthcare is a Utah-based, not-for-profit system of 22 hospitals, 185 clinics, a Medical Group with some 1,400 employed physicians, a health plans division called SelectHealth, and other health services. Helping people live the healthiest lives possible, Intermountain is widely recognized as a leader in clinical quality improvement and in efficient healthcare delivery.
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