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Garfield Memorial Hospital

As your community hospital, we remain true to our tradition of providing high quality, affordable health care with a personal, hometown touch.

About Us

Hospital Services

We serve people with medical needs in our surrounding communities, by providing clinical excellence in a wide range of quality inpatient and outpatient services.

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Visiting Guidelines

Join us in our efforts to care for your family member or friend through brief and pleasant visits. Please supervise small children closely, for their own safety and for the comfort of our patients.

Well visitors only, please. Protect your loved one by staying home if you are sick or have recently been exposed to a contagious illness such as chicken pox, measles, mumps, pertussis (whooping cough), tuberculosis, or rubella. This helps patients avoid infections that could jeopardize their recovery.

General Visiting Hours. Check with your nurse for unit-specific guidelines.


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Located near the acute nursing station, the Snack Bar offers an American-style grill, a deli with sandwiches and soup, and salads. The Snack Bar is open Monday through Sunday at the following times:

  • Breakfast: 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
  • Lunch: 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.
  • Dinner: 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Cashier’s Service

Hours: Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Patients and guests can pay their hospital bills, at the Cashier’s office, located in the business office.

Lost & Found

If you’ve lost an item in the hospital, talk to a nurse, who will help you check the Lost & Found.

Religious Services

Sacrament for LDS Church members is provided on Sunday afternoons at 3 p.m. with the Long Term Care Wing by volunteers. Pastoral care for any faith is available upon request.​


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Your security while in the hospital is very important to us. If you have questions or concerns about security, please talk to a nurse. Nurses can answer your questions and help you get in touch with the on-duty security officer, if needed.

Staying Connected

Your room offers a telephone, television, and wireless Internet access for your personal laptop. The telephone and a television remote are by your bedside. To dial outside the hospital, first press “9.” You can make long distance calls using a calling card. If you need help with your phone, please ask your nurse or PCA. You are also welcome to use your cell phone in all areas of the hospital except for operating rooms or for patient rooms in critical care and emergency departments.


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Hospital Services


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We serve people with medical needs in our surrounding communities, by providing clinical excellence in a wide range of quality inpatient and outpatient services.


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Diabetes Education

Diabetes Services

Garfield Memorial Hospital provides diabetic counseling to patients. Our staff has received specialized training in diabetes education to assist both recently diagnosed individuals and those who are having trouble controlling their diabetes. A tailored plan of care is created to meet the needs of each individual in the following areas:

  • Basic physiology of diabetes
  • Basic principles of self-management
  • American Diabetes Association dietary instruction by a registered dietitian
  • Hyperglycemia with causes, treatment and prevention
  • Blood glucose testing and trend management
  • Medications - how they work and how to manage them
  • Exercise plan
  • Foot care instruction
  • Eye care instruction
  • Dental care instruction ​

Emergency Care

Life FlightOur Emergency Department provides 24-hour emergency treatment, 365 days a year, to patients of all ages. Our team includes physicians, nurses, technicians, and support staff.

As part of the Intermountain Healthcare system, Garfield Memorial Hospital's emergency department is supported by the full range of Intermountain services and hospitals, including Life Flight, Dixie Regional Medical Center, and Primary Children's Medical Center.

Imaging and Radiology Services

(435) 676-1280

x-ray imageThe Radiology Department at Garfield Memorial Hospital has modern x-ray equipment, including a state-of-the-art CT scanner. Our staff includes two x-ray technologists trained in general x-ray and ultrasound imaging.

A fulltime technologist is available weekdays 9 a.m.-5 p.m., and a technologist is on call during all non-business hours.
Mammography services are provided by a mobile unit that is based out of Garfield Memorial Hospital.

Lab Services

(435) 676-1272 or (435) 676-1281 (435) 676-1543 Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Lab Test TubesIntermountain Laboratory Services (including Garfield Memorial Hospital's laboratory) is committed to providing the highest quality patient care. Garfield Memorial Hospital offers a full service laboratory that is utilized by medical staff at Garfield Memorial Clinic to assist in diagnosis and patient treatment.

Most specimen tests can be done at Garfield Memorial Hospital. Specialized tests are sent by overnight mail to Dixie Regional Medical Center in St. George and results are returned electronically.

The laboratories of Intermountain Laboratory Services:

  • Hold CLIA licensure and all required state licenses
  • Meet Medicare program requirements
  • Are accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP), the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations, and state laboratory inspection programs.

Patient Draw Hours

Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Rehabilitation Services

Heart ServicesPhysical Therapy
Physical therapists provide patient therapy that includes advanced treatments, such as high Galvanic electrical stimulation, MENS, static and intermittent cervical and lumbar traction, ultrasound, whirlpool and paraffin bath.

Therapy Equipment & Supplies
Exercise equipment includes a quad table, stationary bicycle, restorator, tilt table, weights and exercise balls. The department also provides supplies, such as crutches, canes, lumbar supports, cervical supports, knee braces and shoulder pulleys.
Occupational Health
Therapy treatment is available at Garfield Memorial Hospital that is specifically designed to treat patients for job-related injuries and provide illness care.

Surgical Services

We specialize in outpatient services such as same day surgery, in addition to providing a full spectrum of surgical services to patients.

Women & Newborn

Nurse with pregnant womanWe are committed to providing quality care to women and newborns. All our registered nurses are required to be certified by the Association of Women's Obstetrical and Neonatal Nurses. Our RNs are also certified in Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), Fetal Heart Monitoring, and Newborn Resuscitation Program (NRP).

Services available to women and newborns include:
  • Prenatal Education
  • Labor and Delivery
  • Birthing Room
  • Ultrasound
  • Mammography Services
  • Web Baby Photos

We have both the technology and skills necessary to provide excellent care for newborns. We are able to provide care and stabilization for pre-term infants, sick newborns and injured or ill children and teens. Staff members strive to provide care to help heal young patients enough to allow them to go home with their families.

Prenatal Education

Mother and BabyExpecting parents, moms-to-be, or single mothers and their support partners are invited to attend prenatal classes taught at Garfield Memorial Hospital. Participants will learn proper nutrition, proper exercise, help for pregnancy discomfort, warning signs, pre-term labor, stages of labor, comfort measures for labor, postpartum care and infant care.

  • For more information or to register:
    (435) 676-8811

Mammography Services

Mammography services are provided by a mobile unit that is based out of Garfield Memorial Hospital.
  • To schedule an appointment for a routine mammogram:
    (435) 676-1280

Our Doctors


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Below is a listing of our hospital medical staff. Use our "Find a Doctor" tool to search for doctors by name, specialty, office location, or other options.

Local Medical Staff 


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    Lewis L. Barney, CRNA 
    Lewis L. Barney, CRNA 
    Lewis L. Barney, CRNA Primary Specialty: Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
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    Richard G. Birch, DO 
    Richard G. Birch, DO 
    Richard G. Birch, DO Primary Specialty: Family Medicine*Also provides obstetrics services
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    DeAnn R. Brown, CNM 
    DeAnn R. Brown, CNM 
    DeAnn R. Brown, CNM Primary Specialty: Certified Nurse Midwife
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    Colin T. Marshall, DO 
    Colin T. Marshall, DO 
    Colin T. Marshall, DO Primary Specialty: Family Medicine
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    Mitchell R. Miller, DO 
    Mitchell R. Miller, DO 
    Mitchell R. Miller, DO Primary Specialty: Family Medicine
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    Todd S. Mooney, MD 
    Todd S. Mooney, MD 
    Todd S. Mooney, MD Primary Specialty: Family Medicine*Also provides obstetrics services
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    Becky Sue Roberts, NP 
    Becky Sue Roberts, NP 
    Becky Sue Roberts, NP Primary Specialty: Nurse Practitioner, Family

Giving & Volunteering


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Through the generous support of individuals, groups, businesses and organizations, Garfield Memorial Hospital is able to meet its mission of continuously improving the quality of healthcare provided in our community.

The Foundation of Garfield Memorial Hospital

The focus of the Foundation is on raising funds for equipment, state-of-the-art devices to help patients and save lives. For more information about the Foundation, or to make a donation, please contact Administration through the main hospital number at (435) 676-8811.

Volunteer Services

Women, men and teens provide countless hours of volunteer service at the hospital each year. Volunteers help make the difference and enhance the work environment at Garfield Memorial. From answering telephones and filing papers, to greeting visitors, volunteers provide a valuable service. There is especially a need in the Long Term Care area. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, click below to search for available openings. Call 435-676-1256 to learn more. 

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About Us


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Garfield Memorial Hospital is a nonprofit medical facility offering high-quality, low-cost healthcare to help meet the medical needs of those living in Garfield County and surrounding communities. The hospital is owned by Garfield County and operated by the Intermountain Healthcare system. It is accredited by the Joint Commission. 

Governing Board

As a not-for-profit hospital, Garfield Memorial has no stockholders or investors. Our focus is on serving those who live within our communities. The governing board of Garfield Memorial Hospital is comprised of volunteers representing our local communities. These unpaid trustees are charged with making decisions that will be in the best interest of the patients, the hospital and Intermountain Healthcare.

Governing Board Members

  • Alberto Vasquez – Administrator
  • Leland Pollock – Chair
  • Deon Alvey
  • Art Cooper 
  • John Houston
  • Earl Slack 
  • Brent Griffin
  • Rick Blackwell 
  • David Tebbs 
  • Ron Hatch 
  • Lori Talbot 
  • Colin Marshall, DO – Medical Staff President

Our History

The original Garfield Memorial Hospital was part of the hospital system owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In 1975 the hospitals were turned over to the newly created nonprofit corporation Intermountain Healthcare (Intermountain), the same year the new Garfield Memorial Hospital was built.
A significant portion of the money used to build Garfield Memorial Hospital came from the people of Garfield County through auctions, bake sales and direct donation. The rest of the funds came from government grants and private contributions.
Operations in the new hospital began in 1976 with the first medical staff recruited from the National Health Corps. The medical staff consisted of three practitioners, but has now expanded to seven practitioners: (3) physicians; (1) Physician Assistant; (1) Family Nurse Practitioner; (1) Nurse Midwife; (1) Nurse Anesthetist.
Originally the hospital consisted of twenty beds that could be used for acute hospital care, skilled nursing care or long-term care. As the trend in medical care went to shorter hospital stays and more outpatient services, some of these rooms were converted for outpatient and administrative services. The long-term care wing was added in 1996 with the building and rooms constructed in such a way that they met swing bed standards and could be used as acute care beds should the need ever arise. This brought the total beds available to over forty.
During its first decade the hospital was owned by Garfield County, and during its second decade of operation the hospital was owned by Intermountain. In the year 2000, ownership reverted back to the county, and operations continue to be managed by Intermountain.

Map & Directions


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Patients and guests are welcome to park in the hospital's parking lot next to the main entrance. Clearly marked handicap parking is available.

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Contact Us


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Garfield Memorial Hospital

200 North 400 East 
Panguitch, Utah 84759

Main Hospital –
General Info
(435) 676-8811
Business Office 
(435) 676-1200
Emergency Department –
Emergencies Only
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Department Directory

Business Office
(435) 676-1200
Emergency Department
(435) 676-8811
Human Resources
(435) 676-1256
Imaging and Radiology Services
(435) 676-1280
Lab Services
(435) 676-1272 or (435) 676-1281 (435) 676-1543
(435) 676-1276
Quality Assurance
(435) 676-1528
(435) 676-8811