The new Ambulatory Care Center and the associated parking structures on the University of Utah campus will be a state-of-the-art clinic facility for same-day procedures and administration for Primary Children’s Medical Center and the University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics.
This theatre, located on the lower level of Pioneer Theatre, usually showcases the work of students from the U’s Department of Theatre. Seating is open, but with a capacity of 127, you may want to show up to these performances early.
The interdisciplinary work of the College of Education and the College of Fine Arts, now housed under one roof, will foster ongoing development of teaching models in which the arts are used to teach multiple subjects. The Tanner Dance Program, with a 75-year legacy of success, will provide dance and arts instruction for children and adults, and professional development for teachers in the Beverley Taylor Sorenson Arts and Education Complex.
Offering primary and specialty care services, the Centerville Clinic has primary care physicians in family medicine and internal medicine as well the specific specialty care areas of nephrology, obstetrics and gynecology, podiatry and reproductive medicine. The clinic also houses a pharmacy giving patients the convenience of filling their prescriptions at their appointments.
The Clinical Neurosciences Center (CNC) works hard to create customized treatment plans for patients, especially because many neurological disorders and diseases can be avoided altogether or even slowed by early treatment and diagnosis. We also promote awareness and education, sharing these prevention practices through community events and support groups.
This gift from the Katherine W. and Ezekiel R. Dumke Foundation is located on the north end of Gardner Hall and has seating for 114. It includes a Hamburg Steinway B grand piano, a Steinway B piano, and a harpsichord.
EMMA ECCLES JONES MEDICAL RESEARCH BUILDING
The Emma Eccles Jones Medical Research Building, opened in 2005, houses research laboratories and department offices for the departments of Pathology and Biochemistry. Funds for construction came from generous donations by the Emma Eccles Jones Foundation and ARUP. The EEJ building is in the southeast area of the Health Sciences Center campus, directly east of the South Parking Terrace.
The new Crocker Science Center brings cutting-edge technology and leading research together, creating a portal to the sciences; the building will increase the accessibility to laboratories, social spaces, and study areas. In a building which has been dedicated to knowledge of the present as well as the distant past, it is fitting that the newest role for the George Thomas Building will be a springboard for the future of research, scientific development, and education.
In Midvale and the surrounding areas, the Greenwood Health Center provides primary care—family medicine, internal and pediatrics—as well as many sub-specialty care services, such as eye care and physical therapy. Same-day appointments are available, and the center accepts most insurance plans. There is also a pharmacy in the clinic allowing patients to fill their prescriptions at the time of their appointments. Pharmacists are available to answer any patient questions.
This formal performance space in the Marriott Center for Dance was named in honor of Elizabeth R. Hayes and Willam Christensen and is shared by the departments of Modern Dance and Ballet. The theatre has 333 seats and 14 rows that allow all audience members an excellent view of the U's world-class dance programs.
HCI is part of the University of Utah Health Care system. We serve cancer patients throughout the Intermountain West and provide academic and clinical training for future physicians and researchers.
The James L. Sorenson Molecular Biotechnology Building or USTAR (Utah Science Technology and Research) represents The University of Utah’s commitment to ensuring innovation and technology developments are as robust over the next 30 years as they were in the previous half century.
The J. Willard Marriott Library serves as the flagship academic library for the Utah State System of Higher Education. The library includes many special collections, including one of the most comprehensive collections of LDS material. The library also includes Utah Digital Newspapers, Pioneer History archives, the Red Butte Press, and Western Soundscape Archive.
The Moran Eye Center is the largest vision research and treatment center in the Intermountain West. The center’s four operating rooms provide space for more than 7,000 surgical procedures each year. The center’s clinical floor and 10 community clinic locations host more than 120,000 outpatient visits each year.
Kingsbury Hall is the largest performing arts venue on campus and features some of the biggest names and most talked about emerging artists in the country. Other groups, both local and national, also present performances at Kingsbury Hall, including Odyssey Dance Theatre and Broadway Across America-Utah.
A transformative building for student entrepreneurs. Estimated to cost $45 million, the 148,000-square-feet facility will unite 412 residences with 20,000-square-foot “garage” space for students to gather, build prototypes and launch companies. Officials expect the building to catapult the university’s reputation for entrepreneurship education.
This concert hall named after the wife of former University president David Gardner is home to the U's major musical performances by students, faculty, and visiting musicians and choirs. It contains 680 seats plus choir seating for 200 performers. The stage, which includes two Hamburg Steinway D concert grand pianos and a Lively-Fulcher pipe organ, can accommodate over 80 musicians.
The Skaggs Pharmacy Institute provides the opportunity to significantly enhance the image and identity of the Health Sciences precinct; strengthen the existing campus pedestrian, vehicular and service networks; and provide exciting internal and external spaces that revitalize human experience and encourage wider medical and scientific interaction.
Located in Salt Lake City, the Madsen center is the family medicine center closest to University of Utah Health Care’s hospitals, specialty clinics, pharmacy and eye center. Besides providing primary care, the Madsen also has providers who specialize in maternity care and sports medicine. Accepting most insurance plans, the center has same-day appointments available.
To produce theatre for Utah audiences at the highest professional level, Pioneer Theatre Company casts its shows using the very best talent from Utah and New York. When PTC hires actors, directors and designers from out of town, the theatre is required to provide them with housing. During a seven-play season, the theatre will employ approximately 120 guest artists from outside the state. Over a ten-month period from August through May, the theatre requires roughly twenty apartments to meet its artist housing needs.
The University of Utah (UU) Mid-Valley Health Center will be a central clinical hub for two Health Sciences/School of Medicine Departments. The Departments of Dermatology and Ophthalmology (Moran Eye Center) will consolidate existing leased clinical space in the mid-valley area to create the UU Mid-Valley Health Center. The new UU Mid-Valley Health Center will house existing programs as well as provide space for additional growth.
Completed in 2011, the Natural History Museum's new facility (its previous home was the Thomas Building on Presidents Circle) glows from its perch on the Bonneville Shoreline Trail. But it has more than a pretty face. Critics from New York to L.A. have lauded it as one the premier museums devoted to the natural world.
Located in Orem, the Parkway center provides family care as well as specialty care in cardiology, dermatology, optometry and reproductive medicine among others. A pharmacy is also located in the center allowing patients to fill prescriptions or speak with a pharmacist. The health center offers same-day appointments, and most insurance plans are accepted.
Primary Children’s Hospital ranks among the best children's hospitals. For more than 90 years, they have been committed to helping children, families, and communities across the western United States.
The University of Utah School of Dentistry (SOD) is the realization of many years of effort to provide the State of Utah with a leading dental institution integrated into the health sciences center of its flagship educational institution. The creation of this SOD assures that at a reasonable cost, exceptional students will have access to outstanding dental-related clinical, research, and health-care training and supporting resources. The University of Utah SOD is housed in a new state-of-the-art building that was made possible because of the generosity of visionaries, especially the Ray and Tye Noorda family, who appreciate the critical role of optimal oral care and dental training to the overall health of Utah communities and citizens.
With gardens and trails spread across 100 acres in the Wasatch foothills, Red Butte is a great place to get back in touch with nature. Though don't count on it being too quiet on certain summer evenings – Red Butte's outdoor concert series attracts top touring acts each year and definitely rocks the amphitheater at the mouth of Red Butte Canyon. From May to September this 3,000-seat outdoor venue in the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains is home to a variety of performances, including Red Butte Garden's Outdoor Concert Series.
The University of Utah Health Care Redstone Health Center offers a range of medical services for you and your family including family and internal medicine and a variety of specialty care services. The Moran Eye Center provides onsite eye care with a wide selection of frames and contact lenses available for purchase. Call today to schedule an appointment with one of the University of Utah's physician specialists.
In South Salt Lake, the Redwood Health Center offers the primary care services of family, internal and pediatric medicine as well as specialty-care. The center also has a pharmacy, eye center, urgent care facility and toxicology clinic. For our Spanish-speaking patients and their families, we also offer full-service, Spanish speaking providers familiar with common cultural preferences.
We help clients host a variety of exciting events at the Rice-Eccles Stadium, Jon M. Huntsman Center and Olympic Cauldron Park. Whether it be a small business meeting, a world-class athletic event, or the wedding of your dreams, we are committed to creating an unforgettable experience for you and your guests at the best venue locations in the Intermountain West.
This facility is home to the Pioneer Theatre Company (PTC), which is one of four fully professional theatre companies in Utah. PTC produces seven plays each season, running from September to May, including classics, musicals, dramas, and comedies. The company creates its own productions on site, including costumes and scenery, while sometimes using actors and directors from out-of-state.
The University of Utah is honored and excited to be one of the founding institutions of Incheon Global Campus. Students from around the world will have convenient access to the University of Utah’s amazing faculty, staff, and academic culture at the University of Utah Asia Campus, which is scheduled to open in 2014.
The University of Utah Health Care South Jordan Health Center offers a full range of medical services for you and your family, including primary care, specialty care, and out-patient surgery. In addition, a full service 24-hour emergency room is available as well as AirMed flight transportation when necessary. The University of Utah Health Care South Jordan Health Center offers a full range of medical services for you and your family, including primary care, specialty care, and out-patient surgery. In addition, a full service 24-hour emergency room is available as well as AirMed flight transportation when necessary. Conveniently located in the Daybreak community of South Jordan, Utah, the center is easily reached by car, bus or Trax, and there is plenty of free parking available. Call today to schedule an appointment with one of the University of Utah's physician specialists.
The new high-tech home for Utah Football, with rehabilitation and nutrition facilities for all University of Utah athletics teams, marks a dramatic step forward in recruiting, training, and educating all U student-athletes.
The Stansbury Health Center offers family medicine and pediatric care to Tooele and the surrounding areas. Other sub-specialty services available are cardiology, dermatology and eye care. Patients can make same-day appointments, and the center accepts most insurance plans. For patients needing to fill a prescription or speak with a pharmacist, there is also a pharmacy located in the center.
The family practice physicians at University of Utah Health Care's Sugar House Health Center provide individualized comprehensive care at any stage of life. See our doctors for regular checkups and specialized services including geriatrics, maternity care, sports medicine and women's health. The Sugar House Health Center is a unique facility that gives special attention to every aspect of your family's health. Experts in the field of family medicine, our physicians take the time to ensure continuing health throughout your life.
As an official extension of the University of Utah campus, the Taft-Nicholson Center works to bridge the arts and humanities with the sciences. Our mission is to increase environmental literacy, boost environmental awareness and inspire personal connection to nature.
The University Guest House and Conference center at the University of Utah is located in Historic Fort Douglas on the University of Utah campus, the Guest House and Conference Center includes 180 sleeping rooms and approximately 35,000 sq. feet of unique meeting space.
Since University Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah opened its doors in 1965, we’ve grown from a single hospital to an extensive health care system that includes four hospitals and 10 neighborhood health centers staffed by 1,000 board-certified University of Utah physicians trained in 200 medical specialties. We care for patients across the spectrum of health care, from routine screenings and outpatient visits to trauma emergencies. As an academic health care system, we are able to collaborate with our research and academic partners to push the furthermost limits of knowledge in science and medicine, so that we can discover the treatments and cures they need.
The Utah Museum of Fine Arts (UMFA) provides fresh perspectives with regular exhibitions and a well-rounded permanent collection that spans 5,000 years of visual art forms from across the globe.
The center is one of the nation's leading specialty hospitals providing the latest in sports medicine, total joint knee and hip replacement, physical therapy and a complete range of orthopaedic services.
In 2014 the Enos A. Wall Mansion was donated to the University of Utah by the LDS church. The building will serve as Utah's consulate to the world and the University's embassy to downtown Salt Lake City. Additionally, the mansion will house the University's Center for Public Policy.
The Westridge Health Center is located in West Valley City. Offering the primary care services family and internal medicine as well as pediatrics and the breast milk donation center. The center also has providers with the following specialties: dermatology, eye care, nephrology and obstetrics and gynecology. In addition to offering same-day appointments, the pharmacy within the center allows patients to fill prescriptions on the same-day as well. The center accepts most insurance plans.
The University has purchased a 32 inch telescope from DFM Engineering. The scope is a Cassegrain design on an high precision equitorial fork mount. The dome and storage facilities are finished and the telescope is installed. Data has been aquired from the site and remote operations are currently being put into place.