The Intermountain Transplant Center performed the first pancreas transplant in the Western United States in 1986, and has helped shape the future of pancreas transplantation as a treatment for Type I Diabetes.

Since the inception of our program, we've performed approximately 230 transplants. Intermountain Transplant Center's pancreas program has much shorter waiting times than the national average and provides better one-year outcomes.

Our success is due to the efforts of our transplant team: transplant nephrologists, surgeons, transplant coordinators, critical care specialists, pathologists, radiologists, infectious disease experts, and a skilled nursing staff.

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Area Amenities

There are many hotels, restaurants, stores, and other amenities within walking distance of Intermountain Medical Center.

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Our Facility

Learn more about the Transplant Center, inpatient transplant unit, and Intermountain Medical Center.​​​​​​

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Our Team

There are many people who play an important role in the transplant process. Here’s a look at some of the roles that makes up the team.​​​