Due to the need for pathology services across all medical services, the pathology training sites and facilities encompass several buildings. Find location and facility information below. An overview of all campus sites can be seen here.
Associated Regional and University Pathologists, Inc.
ARUP Laboratories was created in 1984 by the University of Utah School of Medicine's Department of Pathology faculty to support the academic missions of education, research, and service. ARUP's affiliation with the University was the first of its kind, and presented the unique challenge of balancing academic and business functions. ARUP's directive was to financially support the Department of Pathology by fulfilling the dual role of laboratory testing for University of Utah Health while at the same time aggressively pursuing research into the cutting-edge technology needed to establish ARUP as a leading national reference laboratory specializing in esoteric testing.
Huntsman Cancer Institute encompasses cancer treatment and research. Patients come to receive medical diagnoses and treatment by University of Utah Health's specialized providers.
The Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles Health Sciences Education Building is five-story facility with 158,000 GSF. Opened in 2005 with funding from the Utah State Legislature and gifts from the Eccles family, over 65 percent of the space in the HSEB is instructional space. In addition, the building includes the health branch of the University Bookstore and The Point Bistro at the England Hub. The goal of the Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles Health Sciences Education Building is to provide a state-of-the-art, interdisciplinary facility, supporting world-class education programs.
Advanced technologies are integral to instruction throughout the facility. The most technologically intensive area in the HSEB is the Clinical Suite. This facility consists of 18 fully equipped examination rooms, which are managed by a system that is capable of real-time digital audio and video recording in each room, saved to a large storage array. The system also handles scheduling and performance of students and standardized patients. The HSEB is connected to and managed by the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library.
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Emma Eccles Jones Medical Research Building (JMRB)
Also called EEJ or JMSB
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 U of U Health Center campus, directly east of the South Parking Terrace.
Jordan Valley Medical Center is a 183-bed, state-of-the-art hospital located in West Jordan, Utah. Jordan Valley Medical Center offers comprehensive healthcare services, including emergency care, orthopedic care, advanced surgical procedures, diagnostic imaging, maternity care, sports medicine, and help for a broad range of medical conditions. Equipped with the most advanced medical technology, and staffed by a team of highly skilled healthcare professionals, Jordan Valley Medical Center is committed to providing high-quality care in a friendly hospital environment.
Pioneer Valley Hospital is a 139-bed, state-of-the-art hospital located in West Valley City, Utah. Pioneer Valley Hospital offers comprehensive healthcare services, including emergency care, orthopedic care, advanced surgical procedures, diagnostic imaging, physical therapy, sports medicine, and help for a broad range of medical conditions. Equipped with the most advanced medical technology, and staffed by a team of highly skilled healthcare professionals, Pioneer Valley Hospital is committed to providing high-quality care in a friendly hospital environment.
Part of Intermountain Healthcare, Primary Children’s Hospital employs several professionals from University of Utah Health Care in pediatric medical treatment. It is located alongside University of Utah Hospital.
The University of Utah School of Medicine houses some of University of Utah Health's medical clinics and many of the medical school departments. It is attached to the hospital and a short walk from other buildings on campus.
St. Mark's Hospital offers a variety of services and specialties, including cardiology, orthopedics, women's health, high-risk pregnancy, senior health services, and more. With a 135-year history, St. Mark's has achieved numerous national recognitions, including being ranked in the top 10 percent of hospitals nationally for joint replacement surgery, pulmonary care, critical care, and general surgery.
U of U Hospital is the anchor point for University of Utah Health, which now encompasses four hospitals and 12 neighborhood centers. With roughly 1,000+ board-certified physicians, patients have access to 200 different medical specialties.
The Utah Office of the Medical Examiner opened a new facility in Taylorsville, Utah, on February 1, 2017. The 18,000+ square foot facility has a six-station morgue with an additional isolated autopsy station. As a statewide medical examiner system, this office covers the entire needs of the State of Utah and its population of over 3 million residents. The building is shared with the Utah State Crime Lab. The Utah State Laboratory is located next door. To learn more about our office or for directions visit our website at ome.utah.gov.