The Intermountain Blood and Marrow Transplant/Acute Leukemia (BMTIAL) Program, located at LDS Hospital, provides cutting-edge care to patients with advanced and complicated blood and marrow cancers. Since the bone marrow transplant program's inception in 1978, thousands of adult patients have received transplants for a variety of malignant and non-malignant diseases.

The Acute Hematologic Malignancy Program at LDS Hospital treats patients with acute leukemia and aggressive lymphomas. We were the first blood and marrow transplant program in Utah and we’ve received recognition locally, nationally, and internationally for our state-of-the-art treatment programs, our patient outcomes, and the overall quality of care we provide.

LDS Hospital was the first facility in the Intermountain West to offer safe and timely blood and marrow transplants using half-matched parents, siblings or children of a recipient as the stem cell donor.

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Becoming a Bone Marrow Donor

Learn how to donate bone marrow. 
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Diseases We Treat

Learn more about the diseases we can treat with bone marrow transplant. 
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Our Facility

Learn more about the inpatient and outpatient bone marrow transplant clinics at Intermountain LDS Hospital. 
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Our Team

Our BMT team is composed of dedicated professionals who specialize in caring for individuals undergoing a blood or marrow transplant as well as their families.

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Patient Resources

There are many services available that can help provide for both the emotional and financial needs of those undergoing blood and marrow transplant.

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Treatment Process

Our commitment begins at your initial evaluation with our program and continues through your return back to your referring physician.

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For Referring Physicians

To request a consultation or to refer a patient, call us day or night at (801) 408-3729.