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Huntsman Mental Health Institue (HMHI)

The Huntsman Mental Health Institute (HMHI—formerly University Neuropsychiatric Institute or UNI) is a large, freestanding psychiatric hospital that draws patients from the entire Mountain West region. There are 168 acute psychiatric beds, with 66 for children and adolescents. HMHI also houses a 23-hour short stay unit, adult recovery services, and child and adolescent day treatment programs. This is also the home of the Department of Psychiatry.


Primary Children's Hospital (PCH)

Primary Children's Hospital (PCH), a free-standing children's hospital, moved onto the University Medical Campus in 1990 and continues to serve as the major site of training for our pediatric programs. The hospital, owned by Intermountain Healthcare, one of the nation's premiere not-for-profit healthcare corporations, is the tertiary referral center for Utah and six surrounding states. Annually, the inpatient service handles 12,000 admissions, and there are more than 40,000 visits to the Emergency Department and more than 150,000 visits to outpatient subspecialty clinics at PCH. Within PCH are: a newborn intensive care unit; pediatric intensive care unit; general pediatric wards; a rehabilitation center; and multiple sub-specialty clinics.


George E. Wahlen Veteran’s Affair Hospital (VAMC)

The George E. Wahlen Veteren's Affair Hospital (VAMC) is a mid-sized affiliated tertiary care facility providing a full range of patient care services to veterans of the armed forces. They pride themselves on their role as a teaching hospital, attracting attendings who like working with and teaching residents.