The heart transplant program at Intermountain Medical Center is a national model for expert patient care, survival outcomes, and cutting-edge research.

Experience You Can Trust

We are one of only a few programs in the United States to have performed over 1,000 cardiac transplant procedures. In addition, our program has achieved some of the highest survival rates in the nation.

A Leader in Research

Our longstanding participation in research and clinical trials has significantly improved outcomes and the quality of life of transplant patients. We are an international leader in understanding and classifying cardiac allograft (donor heart) rejection. In addition, we have produced over 200 peer-reviewed publications, and have received over $7 million in research grants. By making research a priority, we are able to ensure that we can provide you with the most advanced care available.

Coordinated and Personalized Patient Care

In heart failure care, multiple clinicians work together to care for one patient. We make extra effort to carefully coordinate clinic visits, diagnostic tests, and treatments so our patients can make fewer trips and have less wait times. Our entire team of providers meets often to discuss all patients seen during the week. These meetings ensure that the care you receive is consistent and complimentary.

Aerial shot of IMED after construction was complete in 2007

Area Amenities

Amenties include hotels, restaurants, parks, and public transportation within walking distance of Intermountain Medical Center.


Our Facility

Learn more about our Heart Transplant facilities at Intermountain Medical Center in Murray, Utah.


Our Team

Many skilled physicians and experts make up the Heart Transplant team at Intermountain Medical Center's Heart Institute.