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Heber Valley Medical Center

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

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Our team of physicians, nurses and health care workers are committed to providing the highest quality health care at the lowest possible cost.

Our Services

Patients & Visitors

 

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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. Visitors are allowed at all hours (at the patient’s invitation).

 

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Amenities

Business Office

Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., or in the ER Saturdays until 6 pm and Sunday until noon.

Patients and guests can pay their hospital bills with the registrars in the business office. An ATM located in the main lobby. ​

Cafeteria

Located on the main floor in the south of the building next to the board room, 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 a.m. - 9 a.m.
  • Lunch: 12 p.m. - 2 p.m.
  • Dinner: 5 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Gift Shop

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The Gift Shop, located in the lobby in the display cases. It offers baby quilts, Blessing items, playing cards, books, and a few personal care items. Operated by volunteers, Gift Shop proceeds are used to improve hospital services.

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 mornings by volunteers upon request. Pastoral care for any faith is available upon request.

Security

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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Heber Valley Medical Center is a team of physicians, nurses and health care workers committed to providing the highest quality health care at the lowest possible cost. As your community hospital, we remain true to our tradition of providing high quality, affordable health care with a personal, hometown touch.

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  • 24-hour Emergency Services
  • Education Classes
  • Asthma education course 
  • Dayspring Chemical Dependency
  • Diabetes education
  • Lactation education
  • Prenatal education courses
  • Smoking cessation courses
  • Home Care and Hospice
  • Imaging Services
  • Laboratory Services
  • Medical Equipment
  • Orthopedics
  • Physical Therapy Services / Rehabilitation
  • Plastic Surgery
  • Respiratory Therapy
  • Respiratory Outpatient Clinic
  • Surgical Services
  • Walk-in Clinic
  • Women & Newborn Services
 

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Services

Aquatics Center

Aquatics therapy is an excellent option for people recovering from all types of injuries and other painful joint conditions, post-surgical rehab; arthritis rehab; stroke rehab or cardiac rehab. With water therapy you can improve your posture, strength, endurance and flexibility. Our 23 yard pool is heated, has three lanes and was designed to provide a healing environment for your water activities. We also have a 10 x 10 heated therapy pool designed for water aerobics and arthritis classes.

435-657-4690 Hours: Monday – Friday: 5 a.m. - 8 a.m.
Lap Swim hours:
Monday – Friday: 5 a.m. - 8 a.m.

Lap Swim cost:
Individual monthly pass: $25
Couple monthly pass: $35

Individual annual pass: $175
Couple annual pass: $240​​

Athletic Training

As important as it may be to leave it all on the field / court / pool, it is even more important to be safe while competing. Our certified athletic training works with the coaches and athletes at Wasatch High School. The goal of the program is to help athletes develop habits and techniques that will optimize strength, agility and power. These skills help athletes avoid easily preventable injuries.

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The athletic trainer is at Wasatch High School during practices, and all home games.

With the Athletic Training Program we also offer ImPACT Concussion Screenings for all High School Sports three times a year. ​

Dayspring Chemical Dependency Program

Dayspring at Heber Valley is a short-stay, inpatient medical stabilization service offered at Heber Valley Medical Center. A typical stay in the hospital can last between three to five days, as determined by patients and their doctor.

Admitted patients will be under the care of experienced and caring doctors, nurses and other health care providers. While undergoing detoxification, Dayspring patients will also have opportunities to work closely with a counselor who will discuss post-Dayspring treatment options.

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Is opiate or alcohol dependence destroying your life?

Opioid and alcohol addiction are complex diseases. Treatment and recovery can seem overwhelming. But there is hope. Dayspring at Heber Valley is a medical stabilization program for motivated individuals that are ready to get help with overcoming their drug or alcohol dependence.

In fact, because drugs change the brain in ways that foster compulsive drug abuse, quitting is difficult, even for those who are ready to do so. But with medical assistance, many individuals have been able to stop their addictions and discover a pathway to stability and healing.

What is Medical Stabilization?

Medical stabilization is a process during which a chemical or alcohol-dependent patient is evaluated and treated by specially trained physicians and nurses working to stabilize a patient both medically and emotionally. Attempting to stop using opioids or alcohol without medical supervision can be dangerous or in some cases even life threatening.

Treatment may include medication, counseling, and other doctor-supervised therapies. Treatment is focused both on helping a patient to feel better, while also helping them to prepare for successful post-Dayspring rehabilitation.

What is included in Dayspring’s treatment program?

The following services are included in Dayspring’s medical stabilization:

  • Pre-admission assessment
  • Admission and treatment planning
  • Medical stabilization/detoxification for both drugs and alcohol
  • Counseling and post-Dayspring planning
  • Treatment and rehabilitation counseling and referrals

How do I learn more?

Please review the following PDF handouts, or call us at (435) 657-4352.

How do I contact Dayspring?

To learn more, contact us at (435) 657-4352 to discuss treatment options.

Dialysis

Heber Valley Dialysis is a team of experts who provide hemodialysis to adult patients. Our team consists of a board-certified nephrologist specializing in kidney disease, registered nurses, specially trained technicians, social workers and a certified diabetic educator. Located in the South Building on the campus of Heber Valley Medical Center.

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How can our team of professionals help?

Ultimately you are in charge of managing CKD, but our team of healthcare professionals can guide you in making decisions that are best for you. In addition, they will help you to:

  • Stay involved in managing CKD. 
  • Understand your kidney's role in keeping your body healthy. 
  • Understand what causes kidney disease and the​ signs and symptoms.  
  • Understand key laboratory values that your physician will discuss with you (i.e., potassium, creatinine, and BUN).
  • Understand the role of good nutrition and how your eating habits affect your kidney function and other health issues. 
  • Better manage diabetes and blood pressure (the most common causes of kidney disease).
  • Maintain your bone health and avoid anemia. 
  • Develop effective coping methods. 
  • Connect with important resources in your community. 

Imaging Services

Heber Valley Medical Center’s Diagnostic Imaging department is staffed with board-certified radiologists, who provide professional services and interpretation as well as registered and licensed radiology technologists. We participate in an affiliated technologist training program with Weber State University for general radiography and specialty programs. We are also accredited by the American College of Radiology.

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X-Ray

We offer total exam coverage and radiologist interpretation 24 hours a day. All technologists are registered and accredited and the physicians are board-certified radiologists specializing in chest, musculoskeletal radiology.

Computed Tomography (CT)

CT scans allow radiologists (physicians) to see detailed pictures of structures inside the body and to help them properly diagnose the extent of injury or illness.

CT scans allow physicians to see detailed pictures of structures inside the body. In addition to helping physicians to properly diagnose the extent of injury or illness, CT scans are also performed as a preventive measure to determine if you're developing coronary artery disease long before you experience any symptoms.

MRI and Ultrasound

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and ultrasound are two methods of taking dynamic visual images inside the body without the use of radiation used in x-ray and CT scans. MRI is a noninvasive, diagnostic technique capable of displaying high quality, cross-sectional images. MRI uses powerful magnets and radio waves and ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to produce visual images of organs, tissues, or blood flow inside the body.

Our mobile MRI unit provides us with the state-of-the-art III Tesla MRI Magnet. It offers the best quality MRI imaging currently available. Only a handful of these machines are in use in the entire intermountain west. The MRI is available on Mondays & Thursdays.

We recently purchased GE Logiq E9 ultrasound equipment. Upgrading this equipment provides us with crisper digital images. With 3D and 4D capabilities we can view more in-depth vascular images, breast images, pediatric images, and abdominal images.

Digital Mammography (Mammo)

Heber Valley Medical Center has a fully accredited ACR mammography program under the direction of board-certified radiologists. There are also six certified mammography technologists. A new facility offers mammography patients convenient parking, registration and private exam/dressing rooms. The program has new digital state-of-the-art mammography equipment and breast ultrasound capability. Abnormal mammography screening patients will be offered follow-up studies on the same day.

Echo-Cardiology

 Echocardiography is a painless test that uses sound waves to create images of your heart. It provides your doctor with information about the size and shape of your hear and how well your heart’s chambers and valves are working.

Bone DEXA Scan (DXA)

Osteoporosis is a silent, progressive disease characterized by decreased bone density, increased bone fragility and greater risk of fracture. We recently added the GE iDXA bone densitometry, which is one of the world's most innovative and productive bone assessment systems in helping diagnose osteoporosis. We use a full body scan, called DXA, short for dual-energy absorptiometry. The X-ray dose from the bone densitometry test is comparable to the naturally occurring radiation you are exposed to in one week. Weekend and evening appointments are available.

Body Composition

With the GE iDXA bone densitometry we have the capabilities to provide precise data on bone and tissue composition, including bone mineral density (BMD), lean and fat tissue mass, and percent fat. This service is not covered by insurance, and costs $20.00, which includes total body composition screening, and print out of results. Weekend and evening appointments are available.

As part of Intermountain Healthcare, Heber Valley Medical Center’s Diagnostic Imaging Services are fully integrated with all Intermountain Healthcare facilities. All images are digital, which means they’re acquired, distributed, stored and shared electronically. This enhances the accuracy of the images and the speed of care.

Women who need to have an imaging procedure completed will be able to take advantage of the services available in the new Women’s Diagnostic Center, located behind the current diagnostic imaging department. This center is designed to cater to the special healthcare needs of women.

Physical Therapy

A major injury or surgery can turn you life upside down and make it difficult to perform normal daily functions. In the Physical Therapy Department our primary goal is to get you back on your feet after a major health event. Services in our department include inpatient therapy, outpatient therapy. Being part of a smaller hospital means each of our patients gets personalized care.

435-657-4690 Hours: Monday, Wednesday, & Friday: 7 am – 3 pm Tuesday & Thursday: 11 am – 7 pm

In out outpatient physical therapy department patient benefit from working out at in a newly furnished Physical therapy space with state-of-the-art equipment. We have large rooms with specialty equipment like a balance retraining system, a pulley system, aquatic therapy and more. We also provide outpatient physical therapy for total joint replacement, industrial rehabilitation – include pre-employment physicals and healing for work injuries and cardiac rehab as well as recovering from sport injuries. ​

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.

 

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    Danielle M. Adams, MD 
    Danielle M. Adams, MD 
    Danielle M. Adams, MD Primary Specialty: General Surgery
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    Tod L. Berg, MD 
    Tod L. Berg, MD 
    Tod L. Berg, MD Primary Specialty: Family Medicine*Also provides obstetrics services
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    Vernon J. Cooley, MD 
    Vernon J. Cooley, MD 
    Vernon J. Cooley, MD Primary Specialty: Orthopedic Surgery Other Specialties: Orthopedics: Knees
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    Jill B. Faatz, MD 
    Jill B. Faatz, MD 
    Jill B. Faatz, MD Primary Specialty: Family Medicine
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    John B. Fassio, MD 
    John B. Fassio, MD 
    John B. Fassio, MD Primary Specialty: Ophthalmology
  • View ProfileSteven W. Freestone, MD Primary Specialty: Pathology
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    Wayne R. Graham, DO 
    Wayne R. Graham, DO 
    Wayne R. Graham, DO Primary Specialty: Family Medicine
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    Todd M. Haderlie, MD 
    Todd M. Haderlie, MD 
    Todd M. Haderlie, MD Primary Specialty: Family Medicine*Also provides obstetrics services
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    Spence D. Harper, DPM 
    Spence D. Harper, DPM 
    Spence D. Harper, DPM Primary Specialty: Podiatry
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    Vanessa M. Hart, MD 
    Vanessa M. Hart, MD 
    Vanessa M. Hart, MD Primary Specialty: General Surgery
  • View ProfileDavid H. Jaramillo, DPM Primary Specialty: Podiatry
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    Douglas H. Jones, MD 
    Douglas H. Jones, MD 
    Douglas H. Jones, MD Primary Specialty: Allergy & Immunology
  • View ProfileKristian R. Kemp, MD Primary Specialty: Emergency Medicine
  • View ProfileDavid C. Larson, MD Primary Specialty: Pediatrics
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    Shane D. Lewis, MD 
    Shane D. Lewis, MD 
    Shane D. Lewis, MD Primary Specialty: General Surgery
  • View ProfileCharles C. Lind, MD Primary Specialty: Orthopedic Surgery
  • View ProfileDouglas S. Lister, DPM Primary Specialty: Podiatry
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    Brian C. Lofgran, MD 
    Brian C. Lofgran, MD 
    Brian C. Lofgran, MD Primary Specialty: Family Medicine
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    Mark R. Mawhinney, MD 
    Mark R. Mawhinney, MD 
    Mark R. Mawhinney, MD Primary Specialty: General Surgery
  • View ProfileRichard G. Maxwell, MD Primary Specialty: Anesthesiology
  • View ProfileStanton B. McDonald, MD Primary Specialty: Family Medicine
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    Michael H. Metcalf, MD 
    Michael H. Metcalf, MD 
    Michael H. Metcalf, MD Primary Specialty: Orthopedic Surgery Other Specialties: Orthopedics: Shoulders
  • View ProfileSteven K. Miller, MD Primary Specialty: Otolaryngology
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    G. David Munday, MD 
    G. David Munday, MD 
    G. David Munday, MD Primary Specialty: Urology
  • View ProfileGordon S. Olsen, DO Primary Specialty: Orthopedic Surgery
  • View ProfileKevin F. O'Meara, MD Primary Specialty: Family Medicine
  • View ProfileGeorge D. Pitts, MD Primary Specialty: Family Medicine
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    Thomas D. Rosenberg, MD 
    Thomas D. Rosenberg, MD 
    Thomas D. Rosenberg, MD Primary Specialty: Orthopedic Surgery
  • View ProfileStacy R. Smith, MD Primary Specialty: Ophthalmology
  • View ProfileRobert L. Speakman, DO Primary Specialty: Family Medicine
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    Susan Steffen, MD 
    Susan Steffen, MD 
    Susan Steffen, MD Primary Specialty: Gynecology
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    Bryan C. Tagge, MD 
    Bryan C. Tagge, MD 
    Bryan C. Tagge, MD Primary Specialty: Otolaryngology
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    Andrew P. Talbott, MD 
    Andrew P. Talbott, MD 
    Andrew P. Talbott, MD Primary Specialty: Pain Management
  • View ProfileGregory P. Tayler, MD Primary Specialty: Family Medicine*Also provides obstetrics services
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    Ryan D. Taylor, DPM 
    Ryan D. Taylor, DPM 
    Ryan D. Taylor, DPM Primary Specialty: Podiatry
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    David G. Teasley, MD 
    David G. Teasley, MD 
    David G. Teasley, MD Primary Specialty: Plastic Surgery
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    Robert S. Thomas, DO 
    Robert S. Thomas, DO 
    Robert S. Thomas, DO Primary Specialty: Obstetrics & Gynecology
  • View ProfileWilles M. Thorne, MD Primary Specialty: Pathology
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    David T. Tullis, MD 
    David T. Tullis, MD 
    David T. Tullis, MD Primary Specialty: Family Medicine
  • View ProfilePaul M. Urie, MD Primary Specialty: Pathology
  • View ProfilePaul W. Winterton, MD Primary Specialty: Orthopedic Surgery
  • View ProfileJohn B. Zimmerman, MD Primary Specialty: Anesthesiology
  • View ProfileRichard I. Zipnick, MD Primary Specialty: Orthopedic Surgery

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Giving & Volunteering

 

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The Heart of Healing

As health is an area of focus for the Wasatch Community Foundation they provide philanthropic support for the charitable purpose of Heber Valley Medical Center, ensuring the availability of clinically excellent health care for all regardless of means. While The Foundation depends on employees, individuals, and corporations to provide the greatest percentage of gift support, their generosity is supplemented by one main fundraising event, Denim and Diamonds: A Christmas Benefit Gala. As our community grows and the needs of the hospital expand, the fundraising efforts will continue to expand to help meet the needs of Wasatch County.

Giving Opportunities

Fundraising in Wasatch County

Formed in 2006 by the joining together of numerous foundations, boards, and associations which previously operated in isolation, the Wasatch Community Foundation now represents a fresh, unified approach to volunteerism and charitable giving in the Greater Heber Valley. The Foundation supports four areas of focus. They are education, health, arts, and recreation. It is through the health committee of the Wasatch Community Foundation that Heber Valley Medical Center coordinates its fundraising efforts.

Bringing Hope

As health is an area of focus for the Wasatch Community Foundation they provide philanthropic support for the charitable purpose of Heber Valley Medical Center, ensuring the availability of clinically excellent health care for all regardless of means. While the Foundation depends on employees, individuals, and corporations to provide the greatest percentage of gift support, their generosity is supplemented by fundraising events.  Join us this spring as we partner with the Timpanogos Valley Theater's production of Steel Magnolias. The event runs three nights, March 14, 15 and 16, with all proceeds from this Bringing Hope event to benefit the Dialysis Center at Heber Valley Medical Center.

Making a Difference

The focus of the fundraising efforts at Heber Valley Medical Center are to raise funds for state-of-the-art medical equipment to help patients, save lives and expand medical services. We also contribute a percentage of our funds to help with the charitable mission of Heber Valley Medical Center. Our current goal is to create Women’s Diagnostic Imaging Center. This center will be a place where women of all ages can come for their annual mammography, knowing they are receiving the highest technology available — right here — close to home.

Promote Community Wellness

Because Heber Valley Medical Center is owned by a not-for-profit organization, hospital programs rely on donors to help facilitate wellness and prevention in the community. You can make a difference through monetary and in-kind donations or by contributing service hours, through the volunteer program. To donate to the hospital, please contact The Wasatch Community Foundation.

How You Can Help

By making a contribution to Heber Valley Medical Center, for one of our major Capital Campaigns or through supporting one of our special events, you will truly be enabling us to better the health of individuals and families in our Community. We gratefully accept gifts of cash, other assets, as well as in-kind donations and volunteer services, which all play a vital role in our efforts to raise funds for essential hospital services and community health programs. Indeed, many industry experts have predicted that the communities that have access to the best health care in the future will be those that have provided philanthropic support to their local hospitals.

  • Ways to Give
  • Employee Giving
  • Endowment Funds
  • Planned Giving
  • Tribute Gifts
  • Participation in Special Events
  • Denim and Diamonds: A Christmas Benefit Gala
    • Look for more information on 2012's Denim and Diamonds. Contact Amy Tuddenham at 435-671-1833 for more information.

Volunteer Opportunities

Intermountain Healthcare's rich history of volunteerism continues today as over 3,000 volunteers donate more than one million hours of their time to Intermountain and our hospitals each year. The spirit of volunteerism thrives within our nonprofit, community-focus organization, from unpaid community volunteer trustees governing our organization, to hospital volunteers.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact the hospital at (435) 654-2500.

Nearly every Intermountain hospital has a volunteer auxiliary that offers compassionate service to patients and raises money for vital hospital needs. Women, men and teens provide countless hours of volunteer service at the hospital each year. From answering telephones and filing papers, to greeting visitors, volunteers provide a valuable service.

Our Mission

We are ambassadors of volunteer services who will provide kind, compassionate care in cooperation with Heber Valley Medical Center, its patients, guests, staff and the community.

Why people volunteer at Heber Valley Medical Center

Volunteers play a key role in the Heber Valley Medical Center culture. The need for volunteers is great and the rewards are even greater. It is an opportunity to serve, grow, learn, make new friends, exchange ideas and contribute to our community.

Who can be a hospital volunteer?

All are welcome! Volunteers are required to be friendly, outgoing and willing to work with all types of people. If you want to give of yourself, join us and be prepared to have a life-changing experience.

Interested individuals must:

  • Be 18 years or older
  • Complete an application for a volunteer position
  • The Volunteer Director or Coordinator will schedule an interview with you
  • Placement will be made according to skill, availability of positions, availability of applicant, and reference check
  • Commit to serve one three to four hour shift per week
  • Anyone considering volunteering is asked to make a six-month commitment.

Requirements

The requirements listed below will be completed before volunteer work begins. Failure to do so will terminate the process. You will need to contact the Volunteer Office to be reconsidered and for re-placement.

  • Consent to a criminal background check
  • Health questionnaire (provide documentation of immunity to childhood diseases)
  • Complete a two step TB test provided by Intermountain (verification must be within the last 6 months)
  • Purchase a uniform (jackets can be provided on a loan basis)
  • Picture taken for name badge
  • Complete the volunteer orientation process. Read and fill out Mandatory Education Information
  • Begin training

What areas of the hospital do volunteers work in?

  • Information Desk
  • Emergency Center
  • Medical Records
  • Laboratory Records

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Like the rest of Wasatch County, Heber Valley Medical Center continues to expand services to meet the needs of our growing community. During the last four years hospital activity has nearly doubled. Growth spawns increased expectations, and in turn creates tremendous opportunity to further develop the healthcare services available in our community.

Recent years have brought new technology, services and a renewed focus on healing in its broadest sense.

At Heber Valley Medical Center, we are committed to providing our patients with a healing experience - where we care for the patient and about the patient. In addition to making the very best medical care available and intently focusing on clinical outcomes, this means we strive to

  • Help you feel safe, welcome and at ease
  • Listen to you with sensitivity and respond to your needs
  • Treat you with respect and compassion
  • Keep you informed and involved
  • Ensure our team works for you
  • Take responsibility to help solve problems

Our commitment to these ideals is our commitment to you, our family friends and neighbors.

As a non-profit organization, governed by a local board of volunteer trustees we are accountable to you, the residents of our service area. We would like to hear about the care you’ve received from us and how we can better serve you.

Intermountain hospitals conducted a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) to identify local area healthcare needs, and each hospital developed an implementation strategy to address a significant local health priority in accordance with the ACA. The full report for Heber Valley Medical Center's 2013 CHNA and Implementation Strategy is available online.

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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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Heber Valley Medical Center

1485 South Highway
Heber City, Utah 84032

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Department Directory

Administration
(435) 657-4372
Aquatics Center
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Athletic Training
435-657-4690
Case Mix Manager
(435) 657-4377
Dayspring Chemical Dependency Program
(435) 657-4352
Diabetes Education
(435) 657-4311
Dialysis
gayle.sturgis@imail.org 435-657-4374 435-654-2576
Gift Shop
(435) 654-2500
Health Information Services
(435) 657-4375
Homecare and Hospice
(435) 657-4323
Human Resources
(435) 657-4378
Imaging Services
(435) 657-4397
Laboratory
(435) 657-4392
Medical Equipment and Supplies
(435) 657-4326
Nursing Administration
(435) 657-4374
Nutrition and Weight Management
(435) 657-4311
Patient Account Services
(435) 657-4381
Physical Therapy
435-657-4690
Public Relations
(435) 657-4301
Quality Assurance
(435) 657-4379
Respiratory Therapy
(435) 657-4400
Same Day Surgery
(435) 657-4455