University Medical Center

Several institutions are known as University Medical Center including:

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Loma Linda University Medical Center - The James M. Slater Proton Treatment and Research Center
... Slater Proton Treatment and Research Center at Loma Linda University Medical Center (LLUMC) offers proton therapy treatments for prostate, lung, brain ... This center is the nation's first hospital-based proton treatment center ... Using high-energy protons for medical treatment was first proposed in 1946 ...
Loyola University Medical Center
... The Loyola University Medical Center is a quaternary-care system with a 61-acre (250,000 m2) main medical center campus in the western suburbs of Chicago, in the U.S ... The medical center campus is located in Maywood, 13 miles (21 km) west of the Chicago Loop and 8 miles (13 km) east of Oak Brook, Illinois ... The heart of the medical center campus, Loyola University Hospital, is a 569-licensed-bed facility ...
Hackensack University Medical Center
... Hackensack University Medical Center (HackensackUMC) is a 900-bed non-profit, research and teaching hospital located seven miles (11 km) west of New York City, in Hackensack, Bergen County, New Jersey, providing ... HUMC is affiliated with the New Jersey Medical School of UMDNJ (University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey) ... The medical center was founded in 1888 with 12 beds as Bergen County's first hospital ...
Salt Lake City Intermodal Hub - UTA Bus Connections
... Route 2 (Downtown Salt Lake City, including Old GreekTown Station and the Salt Palace - University of Utah, including University Medical Center ) UTA Route 2x (Salt Lake Central Station - University of Utah ...

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