Welcome to Utah Valley Regional Medical Center

Utah Valley Regional Medical Center is the only Level II Trauma Center south of Salt Lake County and serves trauma patients throughout the region. Our expert physicians and care teams are specially trained to treat patients with severe injuries and help them rehabilitate. We are also clinical leaders in Heart Services, with the inclusion of a new electrophysiology (EP) lab, and in Cancer Services, with the expertise to give cancer patients confidence. We are also a certified stroke-receiving center.

75th Anniversary Celebration

This year, 2014, Utah Valley Regional Medical Center celebrates 75 years of providing extraordinary care to the patients of Utah County and surrounding areas. You can join in the celebration by participating in a number of great activities like our Strive for 75 challenge, attending our 75th Anniversary celebration on October 11, or by sharing a story of your experiences at our hospital.

Service Highlight

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Utah Valley Regional is the largest in the state. With more babies born at Utah Valley Regional than any other hospital, we know how to care for these precious little ones. Our newly expanded 55-bed NICU can accommodate more babies and utilizes the latest technology in caring for these precious little ones. Learn more about our NICU

Steward of the Community

Central to our mission as a not-for-profit hospital is to provide needed care for community members, regardless of ability to pay. In 2013, Utah Valley Regional Medical Center, American Fork Hospital and Orem Community Hospital provided more than $25.8 million in financial assistance to more than 24,700 individuals. Each year, we highlight the way we care for the community in a publication called Reaching Out. Read more

Message from our Administrator

"Welcome to Utah Valley Regional Medical Center. Our dedicated caregiving teams are here to take the best care of you and your loved ones. Our commitment is to offer you outstanding healthcare services and to provide you with a healing experience. If you have any questions or need more information, please let me know."
— Steve Smoot, Regional Vice President and Hospital Administrator