University Health Care serves people from across the state and throughout the Intermountain West-from burn patients and stroke victims to critically ill newborns, organ transplant recipients, and cancer patients.
They rely on over 900 board-certified physicians who staff University hospitals (including the Huntsman Cancer Hospital, the University Orthopaedic Center, and the University Neuropsychiatric Institute;) numerous community health centers; the John A. Moran Eye Center; Huntsman Cancer Institute; and the Utah Diabetes Center.
University Hospitals & Clinics logs more than 850,000 inpatient and outpatient visits annually, and every day more than 10,000 people pass through the front doors of University Hospital. It is the state's largest provider of ambulatory care services, with 80 general and specialty clinics for outpatients.
Whether receiving care in our world-renowned hospitals and clinics, our conveniently located community health centers or utilizing one of our other many services, you will experience the quality and customer service you've grown to expect from the University Health Care.
As healthcare providers we are sensitive to our patients' racial, cultural, ethnic, spiritual, language, age, and gender-related needs as well as to the special needs of patients with disabilities. If a patient or program participant ever needs or has a concern about a special accommodation, or feels they have experienced discrimination, they should contact Customer Service at (801) 581-2668 or the Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action at (801) 581-8365. Our overriding concern in all we do is to respect the values and dignity of our patients.