In our emergency department we provide care for the most acute cases; severely injured and critically ill patients, as well as complicated cases or special circumstances that require extensive medical care.

The Roy W. and Elizabeth E. Simmons Trauma and Emergency Center, located in the J.L. Sorenson Patient Tower, is strategically designed so the very best care can be provided to acute patients.

Getting Here 

The entrance to the Emergency Department is located on the east side of the campus off of State Street.


Emergency Department

More than 85,000 patients will come to Intermountain Medical Center's emergency department each year. Some people call it the "Emergency Room," but it is really a large and busy department. We have 56 beds, including four trauma bays.

Trauma Care

At our Level I Trauma Center, critically-ill and injured patients have immediate access to a specially-designed, specially-equipped trauma center, staffed by an experienced trauma team.


Shock Trauma and Respiratory ICU

These unique and nationally recognized intensive care units care for severely traumatized and critically ill patients referred throughout the Intermountain West.


Neuro Critical Care

As the only dedicated neurological intensive care unit in Utah with neuro intensivists on staff around the clock, we offer the best intensive care for patients with brain and spine related injuries​.