As the healthcare landscape continues to evolve, we are broadening our approach. Our focus isn't on just healthcare, but on health. We think beyond the hospital walls to create strategic affiliations, and we are eager to new create new affiliations to better the health of our community.


University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine

Growing to meet the needs of our growing community is a tall order. Fortunately, we have a committed partner by our side – the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine.

Together, we are training tomorrow’s health providers and expanding our region’s workforce to improve overall health and healthcare for northern Nevadans.

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Stanford Medicine

A partnership with Stanford Health Care, Stanford Children’s Health and Stanford University School of Medicine brings a wealth of benefits to northern Nevadans.

This affiliation will expand our capacity to care for as many patients in our community as possible, while also filling gaps in specialty and subspecialty services.


Desert Research Institute

Desert Research Institute (DRI), the nonprofit research arm of the Nevada System of Higher Education, is a world leader in environmental sciences through the application of knowledge and technologies to improve people’s lives throughout Nevada and the world.

DRI conducts cutting-edge applied research in air, land and life, and water quality across Nevada, the United States and on every continent.

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Healthy Nevada Project

The Healthy Nevada Project, is a collaboration between Renown, the Desert Research Institute and the Nevada Governor’s Office and is one of the first community-based population health studies in the U.S. that integrates genetics, environmental data and individual health information.

With this health information, researchers hope to illuminate genetic patterns and health trends that provide answers to critical medical questions.

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National Cancer Institute

The National Cancer Institute leads the National Cancer Program and the National Institutes of Health’s efforts to dramatically reduce the prevalence of cancer and improve the lives of cancer patients and their families, through research into prevention and cancer biology, the development of new interventions, and the training and mentoring of new researchers.