Why Choose Intermountain Cancer Center?

Through our comprehensive team approach, advanced technology, and individualized cancer care, we are committed to helping our patients get well, live well, and stay well. It is through these efforts Intermountain’s cancer care and outcomes consistently outperform the national average.

Cancer Care Close to Home


Expanded research capabilities

Personal cancer navigation

Experts collaborating across locations

24/7 cancer answers

A Care Team Centered Around You

At Intermountain Cancer Center locations, our oncology navigation experts connect patients with a variety of cancer resources, information, and education to help patients and families face all aspects of the cancer journey and navigate the complex cancer care system. Navigators are available to all patients diagnosed with cancer.

Personalized Treatment Plans

Our world-class physicians and caregivers apply a variety of advanced methods and therapies to reduce and remove cancer cells. Care plans involve individualized treatments based on your cancer type, stage, and location of the cancer, and other considerations.

Patient Stories

Fairy Godmother caregivers and gingerbread dreams help baker survive cancer

For some women, surviving breast cancer takes a precise mix of surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation treatment. For Becky Hanson, it also required a pinch of ground ginger, pounds of candy, and heaps of love.

Cancer survivor urges people to get regular checkups, listen to their bodies

One in five Americans will be diagnosed with skin cancer in their lifetime. For Devin Wilkes, a simple dermatologist checkup ended up saving his life.

Quality of Care Leads Las Vegas Man to Seek Cancer Treatment in Utah

How far would you travel to receive life-saving care? For one Las Vegas man, the trip to Utah was worth it.

Bells Still Ring During COVID-19: Hospital Staff Help Patient Celebrate Final Cancer Treatment

Wes Pace, a 36-year-old cancer survivor from Utah, is living proof that there is always something to celebrate, and we can overcome a difficult year with the support of those around us — no matter what comes our way.

Colon cancer survivor urges others to prioritize preventative care during the COVID-19 pandemic

In just one week, Ric Rogers had a colonoscopy, received a stage 3 cancer diagnosis, and underwent surgery to remove the cancer. Rogers credits his positive outcome to not waiting to get care, and asking his provider lots of questions.

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