Intermountain Isom Plastic Surgery

Intermountain Isom Plastic Surgery

Isom Plastic Surgery is located in Logan, UT and is part of a system of 22 hospitals and about 180 medical clinics operated by Intermountain Healthcare.

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Photos from Intermountain Healthcare's post 05/27/2022

As we head into Memorial Day weekend, families will be flocking to Utah’s lakes, rivers, and reservoirs to cool off. However, before gassing up the boat, grabbing the swimsuits, towels and sunscreen, trauma clinicians from Intermountain Healthcare say it’s critically important to review proper water safety measures.

In 2020, Utah experienced 45 unintentional drownings, the highest in a decade, according to Utah Department of Health data. Over the last five years, an average of 33 Utahns have died from drowning. A majority of these deaths happen in open bodies of water, like lakes, reservoirs, and rivers as people boat, kayak, paddle board, canoe, and swim. Children are not the only victims. In Utah, multiple adult drownings happen every summer.

Here are eight things everyone should know before heading out to the next pool or lake party that may save a life.

You can find more water safety tips and learn about other safety topics by visiting primarychildrens.org/safety.

Photos from Intermountain Healthcare's post 05/24/2022

The US is making strides towards increasing availability of baby formula. While the shortage will be short-term, officials believe it could be a couple more months before everything is back to normal. We wanted to share a few more resources to help your family get through this.

We know many families choose not to or are not able to breastfeed for a million different reasons. We have lactation and relactation resources here to provide the most information possible, should you need those resources.

What other questions do you have about formula shortages and best feeding practices? (Remember to talk to your doctor about specifics for your baby!)

05/23/2022

When Lillian Newey moved to Burley, Idaho, she learned 40% of the community spoke Spanish. With COVID cases rising, she took her expertise to the airwaves, educating the community on COVID, diabetes, mental health, and more.

05/19/2022

Intermountain Healthcare COVID-19 community update - English

Dr. Brandon Webb and Dr. Andrew Pavia give us current information on the COVID-19 cases in Utah

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As case count rise, Intermountain is hosting a COVID Community Update today at 1:30 pm, MT--live streamed here on the Intermountain page. We will also address booster vaccines for 5 to 11-year-old children, which the CDC is expected to formally approve this week. At 3PM MT, there will also be a briefing for Spanish-speaking media.

The latest COVID-19 variant has been linked to 40% of total coronavirus cases in the United States, a jump from 7% in April.

Two physicians will provide an update on transmission rates in Utah, COVID hospitalization volumes, variant characteristics, and recommended steps people can take to reduce their risk of contracting the virus.

Tune in to the broadcast to ask questions or comment here.

05/17/2022

Registration is now open for the 2nd Annual Intermountain Concussion Conference being held in conjunction with Brigham Young University on Friday and Saturday, July 15th – 16th, 2022.

This conference will be an in-depth review of return to learn and play concussion strategies and best practices by Neuropsychologists, Sports Medicine Physicians, and other related cognitive specialties including Audiology, Physical Therapy, Psychology, Speech Therapy, and Vision.

Participants will need to register by clicking the link below, registration will close Tuesday, July 12th, 2022.

https://intermountain.cloud-cme.com/course/courseoverview?P=5&EID=20928

In-person and virtual attendance is available, for questions please contact the Intermountain Healthcare IPCE Office at [email protected] or at 801-507-8470 or toll free at 800-910-7262.

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Terri had put off her mammogram screening for four years. She never felt a need because she didn’t have a lump, didn’t have a family history of breast cancer, and had no reason to think she would be anything other than cancer free. When her work hosted the Intermountain Mobile Mammography unit in its parking lot last February, Terri signed up.

“It was there, it was convenient, it would take 15 minutes,” Terri said, “I decided I can do that!”

After the screening, Terri waited for an “all clear” letter in the mail. Instead she got a phone call asking her to come in and be rechecked. The follow-up screening looked suspicious and she was scheduled for a biopsy. Biopsy results showed Terri had DCIS (ductal carcinoma in situ), an early stage cancer that, left untreated, can progress to invasive breast cancer.

“It was crazy,” Terri said about getting the diagnosis. “I didn’t see it coming!”

Terri was immediately scheduled for surgery. Because the cancer had not spread, she underwent a lumpectomy – surgery that removes just the abnormal tissue – followed by reconstructive surgery. Now she is beginning a four-week regimen of radiation treatment that will decrease the chances of the cancer returning.

“I have hope because every specialist has felt very confident that it was caught so early,” said Terri. “This would not have been caught as early had there not been a [Mobile Mammography] trailer brought to our parking lot.”

Terri encourages others to schedule their mammogram screening. In fact, three of her friends and her sister have all been screened because of her experience.

“It’s worth the 15 minutes of inconvenience, regardless of the results,” said Terri. “It’s not fun, but it’s only 15 minutes!”

Schedule your mammogram here: http://Intr.mn/86ah50J7MJs

Timeline photos 05/12/2022

Registration is now open for the 2nd Annual Intermountain Concussion Conference being held in conjunction with Brigham Young University on Friday and Saturday, July 15th – 16th, 2022.

This conference will be an in-depth review of return to learn and play concussion strategies and best practices by Neuropsychologists, Sports Medicine Physicians, and other related cognitive specialties including Audiology, Physical Therapy, Psychology, Speech Therapy, and Vision. Please see the agenda below, showcasing several of these specialists.

Participants will need to register by clicking the link below, registration will close Tuesday, July 12th, 2022.

http://Intr.mn/9Q2650J6JGe

In-person and virtual attendance is available, for questions please contact the Intermountain Healthcare IPCE Office at [email protected] or at 801-507-8470 or toll free at 800-910-7262.

05/06/2022

“Knowing that the best athletes are coming to town and I get to ride in the same race is humbling to say the least,” said Dr. Scott Parkinson, doctor of internal medicine at the River Road InstaCare in St. George, Utah.

Intermountain Healthcare is proud to welcome athletes from around the world--and a few from our own backyard--as they compete in the 2022 IRONMAN World Championship in Southern Utah on May 7.

Dr. Parkinson is one of the few Intermountain caregivers competing in tomorrow’s race. Learn more about his passion for the sport and join us tomorrow supporting these incredible athletes!

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Today, we're recognizing the over 10,500 nurses working across all Intermountain facilities--and beyond. Join us in saying THANK YOU to the nurses who go above and beyond to care for their patients.

Photos from Intermountain Healthcare's post 05/05/2022

The world comes to St. George! Intermountain Healthcare is so excited to bring you the 2022 @ironmantri, hosted in Southern Utah for the FIRST time outside of Hawaii. We’ll be following the elite athletes (and elite fans!) all weekend! Tag us in your photos if you’re there!

04/29/2022

Bonham Family Strengthens the Fetal Center at Primary Children’s Hospital in Memory of Infant Son

Brad and Megan Bonham’s $15 million endowed gift helps establish the first highly specialized fetal care center in Utah and the Intermountain West – a vital community resource that will enable Intermountain Healthcare and Intermountain Primary Children's Hospital with partners from University of Utah Health to become a national leader in comprehensive fetal care, including complex fetal surgeries.

Photos from Intermountain Healthcare's post 04/27/2022

Today, Intermountain and @intermountainlifeflight unveiled a new long-range medical jet, designed to transport very complex patients, with the ability to fly anywhere in the world. It will also be used by @donorconnectlife for organ transplantation.

The jet has already saved at least one life—6 year old Ezra Partridge. While being treated for heart failure at @primarychildrens, doctors decided he needed a procedure only performed in Texas. The jet was able to fly him, his family, and all the crew and equipment needed to keep him stable there and back. He’s now recovering at home!

We’re very excited to have this new way to better serve our patients at home or abroad!

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Enjoy the convenience of Intermountain Healthcare’s Mobile Mammography coming to your neighborhood! Our mobile unit will be at the Tellica Orem office (256 E. University Parkway) on Friday, May 6 from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm. Click here (or call 833-626-6646) to schedule your mammogram today. http://Intr.mn/wV2w50IFncj

Timeline photos 04/25/2022

Enjoy the convenience of Intermountain Healthcare’s Mobile Mammography coming to your neighborhood! Our mobile unit will be at the Tellica Orem office (256 E. University Parkway) on Friday, May 6 from 7:30 am to 5:30 pm.

Click here: http://Intr.mn/gtvO50IhmKT (or call 833-626-6646) to schedule your mammogram today.

04/21/2022

Today, Utah Governor Spencer Cox issued a state of emergency for drought. In effort to do our part in the drought, Intermountain Healthcare is unveiling the largest landscaping overhaul the health system has ever undertaken at its hospitals and clinics. This overhaul will save an estimated 17.5 million gallons of water annually.

At several Utah hospitals and clinics, Intermountain is removing 19 acres of grass and planting more than 350 trees. This will not only save water, but will greatly reduce the need for fuel, repairs, fertilizers, and regular mowing. For the past several years, Intermountain has made water wise landscaping a requirement at all new facilities. Now, the focus is turning to older campuses that were built with more grass and non-native plants.

04/19/2022

Cotopaxi Questival

Intermountain has partnered with Cotopaxi to ! After what has been a difficult two years, we wanted to join together with an organization to do something fun for our caregivers while also focusing on personal health, wellness, and community engagement. And there’s no better way to do that than with a Cotopaxi Questival! Last night we celebrated the first of our five Questivals with our caregivers participating in Utah County.

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As a young, 20-something college student, Courtney Thatcher never thought she’d be in a healthcare crisis where she couldn’t speak for herself, but that’s exactly where she found herself 13 years ago.

“I went to the urgent care one night with a slight cough,” Courtney said, “and the next day I had a fever of 104. When I went to Intermountain Medical Center ER, I was hospitalized with sepsis and pneumonia.”

Courtney was recovering in her hospital room when the real troubles hit. As a person with epilepsy, she experienced a seizure but didn’t wake up. Because she’d removed the finger pulse oximeter, no alarm sounded. Thankfully, a passing CNA noticed Courtney’s strange position, checked her, and then called for help. Courtney was rushed to the ICU and hospital staff called her parents.

“When I woke, I didn’t remember anything – not the seizure or anything. The last thing I remembered was working on my computer,” Courtney said. “When I woke up in the ICU, my parents were to my left hysterically crying. I had no idea why.”

Courtney, who now works at Intermountain as an administrative coordinator in risk management, said the whole experience was especially traumatic for her parents. Seeing them that way led to conversations about what Courtney would want if she were in a situation like that again. After some research, Courtney learned about an advance directive and promptly completed one for herself.

“An advance directive is a legal document that identifies who can speak for you if you cannot speak for yourself,” said Mary Helen Stricklin, palliative care director.

After her hospital experience 13 years ago, Courtney said just the thought of her parents having to make medical decisions and deal with the emotions they were already experiencing motivated her to prepare an advance directive. “If I could take that burden away from them, that’s what I wanted to do.”

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1350 North 500 East
Logan, UT
84341

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm

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Refine the Body Refine the Body
1300 N 500 E St 260
Logan, 84341-2400

Dr. Blaine Andersen is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon. He has over 20 years of experience and over 90% of his patients are a result of referrals made by satisfied patients. For more information, please visit refinethebody.com.