Logan Regional Hospital and its 100-year history was the focus of a recognition presented by Utah Congressman Rob Bishop on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives to the House Speaker and members of the House on Wednesday, February 26. His message was also broadcast live on C-SPAN.
In his speech, Congressman Bishop outlined Logan Regional’s historical roots, from the opening of the Utah-Idaho Hospital in 1914 to the opening of Logan Regional Hospital at its current location in 1980.
He acknowledged the hospital’s and its predecessors’ success, in providing care to community residents of Cache Valley, as a result of many dedicated healthcare professionals who have worked in these facilities.
“The 100 years of continued healthcare services has been possible thanks to the professionals who have donated so much of their lives to provide excellence in healthcare to their patients. Logan Regional Hospital fulfills the dreams of its founders,” says Rob.
“We are honored to have Logan Regional Hospital recognized by Congressman Bishop on a national stage,” says Troy Oldham, Logan Regional’s Director of Communications, “and we deeply appreciate his willingness to present our 100-year history to the U.S. House of Representatives. This anniversary recognizes the tens of thousands of dedicated healthcare professionals who have brought high quality healthcare to the people of Cache Valley.”