|Phone Number||Clinical Office Address|
Huntsman Cancer Hospital
1950 Circle of Hope
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
50 N Medical Dr
Salt Lake City, UT 84132
Dr. O’Hara completed his medical training at the University of Washington in Seattle followed by training in diagnostic radiology at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane, Washington. He then travelled to Philadelphia to pursue fellowship training in Vascular and Interventional Radiology at the University of Pennsylvania and obtained a certificate of added qualification in vascular and interventional radiology.
At the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. O’Hara was named the Cook-Cope scholar and obtained training in the clinical managment and minimally invasive treatment of liver diseases as well as pulmonary and renal cancers. In addition, Dr. O'Hara obtained expertice in minimally invasive, endovascular solid organ embolization techniques, including the treatment of pulmonary arteriovenous malformations in patients with hereditary hemorrhagic telangectasia.
Before coming to the University of Utah in 2010, Dr. O’Hara worked as an assistant professor and interventional oncologist at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island where he delveloped a robust practice specializing in diseases of the liver and biliary tree as well vascular embolization and minimally invasive tumor treatments. Dr. O'Hara's research interests include studying hepatoportal blood flow dynamics as it pertains to liver disease and endovascular tumor therapies.
Dr. O'Hara is the current Cheif of Interventional Radiology and Director of Interventional Oncology at the University of Utah and Huntsman Cancer Institute. He is also the Director of the Fellowship program for the section of Vascular and Interventional Radiology. He works closely with the departments of surgery, transplant, oncology, radiation oncology, cardiology and the University of Utah HHT Center of Excellence. He is currently accepting new patients at both the University of Utah and Huntsman Cancer Center.
Board Certification and Academic Information
|Academic Departments||Radiology and Imaging Sciences - Assistant Professor (Clinical)
Surgery - Adjunct Assistant Professor
|Academic Divisions||Clinical Radiology
Transplantation and Advanced Hepatobiliary Surgery
|Board Certification||American Board of Radiology
The Patient Rating score is an average of all responses to care provider related questions on our nationally-recognized Press Ganey Patient Satisfaction Survey.
Responses are measured on a scale of 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.
UofU Patient December 17, 2016
Could not have been better.UofU Patient September 10, 2016
I appreciate Dr treating me. My concern is with him rembering being able to take what we plan and get it into my chart. The wrong information/plan entered on my chart after visit. Wrong because it's not the plan presented at the appointment. Communication is very confusing as story changes with each call and it's not the first time Dr doesn't seem to remember my case.UofU Patient August 30, 2016
have to wait 2 months for my procedure and I am in painUofU Patient August 26, 2015
ExcellentUofU Patient March 18, 2015
Dr. O'Hara is always patient and willing to discuss concerns, however we were admitted to the hospital for high potassium levels and felt that the doctors could have provided a little more information on what we could expect or do concerning the situation other than --- "The choice is up to you. You can keep coming back here for treatments like this or make other choices." What, go home and die? It was very frightening. I was placed on a low potassium diet. How low?UofU Patient March 11, 2015
Dr. O'Hara took extra time to answer all my concerns and made sure I understood everything that we spoke about!UofU Patient February 11, 2015
it was not clear to me why continued follow up was needed at Huntsman when I have an oncologist I see regularly in my home town.UofU Patient January 13, 2015
Seemed like a wasted visit for the staff to wait an hour and then be in with the doctor for about 2 minutes and a wasted copay for me. I would have been find having a phone call about this if that was the case.UofU Patient November 18, 2014
Very up lifting and we are excited.UofU Patient July 14, 2014
Dr. O'Hara took all the time we need to discuss our concerns.UofU Patient April 28, 2014
Dr. O'Hara saved my life. As if that weren't enough, his manner and courtesy are above reproach. He answers questions callmly and patiently and helps me to understand my disease. I can't speak highly enough about him.UofU Patient April 21, 2014
Dr. O'Hara was truly outstanding. He listened attentively and was clearly willing to take as much time as was necessary to understand my concerns. I was extremely impressed by his professionalism and bedside manner.UofU Patient March 10, 2014
Dr. O'Hara is exceptional. Very kind, understanding and patient. Wonderful teacher. He made me feel as if I were his only patient. Extremely knowledgeable and proficient at what he does.UofU Patient July 16, 2013
I was disappointed that I would have to wait so long (close to a month) for my treatmentUofU Patient May 19, 2012
Can't describe excellence....it says it allUofU Patient April 21, 2012
I have confidence in DR. O'Hara. He thorougly explained the diagnosis and treatment options and decision needs to me. Some of these were difficult for me to accept and he took the time and gave me the help I needed to make the appropiate decisions. I have every confidence that he will keep me alive until transplant.