Rami Alharethi, MD

Rami Alharethi, MD


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Office Location

Main Office
Accepting new patients by physician referral only
Mon thru Fri 8:30AM - 5PM
SelectHealth Plans
  • CHIP
  • Community Care
  • SelectHealth Advantage (Medicare)
  • SelectHealth Care
  • SelectHealth Choice
  • SelectHealth Med
  • SelectHealth Share
  • SelectHealth Value

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Professional Summary


  • University of Aleppo - Aleppo in Doctor of Medicine, 1988 - 1996
  • Residency: St Joseph Hospital - Chicago, IL in Internal Medicine, 1998 - 2001
  • Fellowship: University of Utah Medical Center - Salt Lake City, UT in Cardiothoracic Transplant, 2001 - 2003
  • Fellowship: University of Utah Medical Center - Salt Lake City, UT in Heart Failure & Cardiac Transplantation, 2003 - 2005
Board Certifications
Professional Memberships
  • American College of Cardiology
  • International Society for Heart & Lung Transplant
Professional Positions
  • Director, Heart Transplant & Mechanical Circulatory Support; Associate Director, UTAH Cardiac Transplant Program.
Languages Spoken
  • English
  • Arabic

Intermountain Hospital Affiliations

Practice Focus

Heart failure care and management, all stages; left ventricular assist device management for bridge to transplant and destination (permanent) therapy, heart transplantation, including UNOS listing and long-term care and follow-up

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