MURRAY, Utah – Intermountain Healthcare has opened a 120,000-square-foot innovation center to focus on transforming the way health care is delivered. The Kem C. Gardner Transformation Center will advance health care innovation by creating tools to help caregivers and patients, including 3D technology. “We are stewards of Intermountain’s long tradition of innovation, and this Transformation Center will be a hotbed, locally, regionally, nationally and globally as we seek to advance that tradition,” said Dr. Marc Harrison, president and CEO of Intermountain Healthcare, in a statement. Intermountain’s Clinical Program leadership teams of scientists and doctors will work at the new facility on more than 1,500 active research studies in more than 20 clinical areas. The Transformation Center is located on the campus of Intermountain Medical Center in Murray, Utah, and is named after Kem C. Gardner, who served on various Intermountain boards for 36 years and was chairman of the Intermountain Board of Trustees from 2007-12. He currently chairs the Intermountain Foundation Board. Gardner donated $20 million toward the construction of the Transformation Center.
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