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Derrick Haslem, MD

Oncology / Cancer Care

Cancer Care & Infusion Center
210 W 300 N, Suite 100 (Clinic 1, Level 1)
Roosevelt, UT 84066
(435) 247-4298


NOTE: As of January 1, 2022, Dr. Haslem has transitioned to Senior Medical Director for Medical Oncology with Intermountain Healthcare, but will continue to oversee UBMC Cancer Care, along with Dr. Moodabagil. 

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Uintah Basin Medical Center now provides an extra level of support to cancer patients in the Uintah Basin with access to experts in the field of oncology through the expansion of a partnership with Intermountain Healthcare. Using TeleHealth technology, including high-definition cameras, monitors, and audio equipment, clinicians in Roosevelt can quickly connect with Derrick S. Haslem, MD, and his team of oncology specialists at Intermountain HealthCare 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
To learn more, click here or call our UBH Cancer Care Team at (435)247-4298.

Get To Know Your Provider

Dr. Derrick Haslem is the Associate Medical Director of Oncology at Intermountain, a board-certified specialist in Medical Oncology with expertise in targeted therapy, genomics, and breast cancer. He provides care for cancer patients at Intermountain Healthcare Cancer Centers in St. George, Murray and Logan as well as via telehealth at Sevier, Cassia, Teton Valley, Idaho, Star Valley, Wyoming – and now, at Uintah Basin Healthcare in Roosevelt, Utah.

Dr. Derrick Haslem has been a key leader in expanding cancer services to more rural populations by providing tele-oncology services.  This program brings high-quality cancer care close to home and reduces complexity, cost, and travel for patients living outside and far away from traditional large cancer centers.

As the Associate Medical Director, Dr. Derrick Haslem has built an outstanding team of cancer providers who care for patients throughout Intermountain west.  He ensures his team provides high standards and quality cancer care to all patients. He has been at the forefront in establishing the Intermountain Precision Genomics program. Intermountain Cancer Center was the first institution to succeed at establishing a personalized, genomic-based oncology program within an integrated healthcare delivery system.

Dr. Derrick Haslem received his medical degree from the University of Utah School of Medicine and completed a residency in internal medicine at University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics and an Oncology fellowship at the University of Utah’s Huntsman Cancer Institute. He and his wife, Amy, have five children and reside in St. George, Utah.

When asked about the Teleoncology partnership between Intermountain and Uintah Basin Healthcare, Dr. Haslem said “Intermountain’s goal is to be a partner with Uintah Basin Healthcare’s care team as they care for cancer patients in the Uintah Basin. Being born and raised in the Uintah Basin, I have a personal connection to this partnership and a dedication to the success of this program. Had this program been in place during my family member’s recent cancer journey, the majority of their treatments and associated testing could have been performed here in the Basin.  We understand that time at home, with family and loved ones during oncology treatment is simply priceless.  People feel better and do better.  Our goal and vision is to ensure that patients get the highest quality cancer care close to home and as convenient as possible.”



University of Utah School of Medicine Salt Lake City, UT in Doctor of Medicine, 2000 – 2004


University of Utah Medical Center Salt Lake City, UT in Internal Medicine, 2004 – 2007



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