Intermountain Homecare & Hospice is proud to have been serving the communities of the Wasatch Front and Southern Idaho for more than 30 years. As part of the Intermountain Healthcare system, Intermountain Homecare & Hospice is Utah’s only full service not-for-profit homecare provider and offers services to individuals in need, without regard to race, religion, national origin, disability, age or ability to pay.


Though hospital nurses were making frequent home nursing visits as early as the 1960s, Intermountain Home Health Services was originally formed in 1984, providing: adult and pediatric care, occupational therapy, speech therapy, physical therapy, and social services. In 1994, Intermountain Home Health Services was administratively combined with Intermountain Medical Equipment and Supplies, Hospice of Intermountain, and Intermountain Home Infusion Therapy (previously known as Omnicus). The new entity was known as Intermountain Home Care Services, later changed to Intermountain Homecare & Hospice.

Today the four business lines of Intermountain Homecare & Hospice are represented in 12 communities across Utah and southern Idaho with: 11 Home Health and Hospice offices, 12 home medical equipment locations, and 2 Infusion Therapy locations serving all service areas.

Quick Facts

Patient Visits

Intermountain Homecare & Hospice makes approximately 186,000 home visits every year and serves more than 10,000 patients each month. Our fleet of 80 vans makes nearly 100,000 deliveries each year, and Intermountain Homecare & Hospice ships more than 14,000 parcels to patients each year.

Communities Served

With nearly 900 employees in 12 service areas, Intermountain Homecare & Hospice provides services supporting the communities served by each of Intermountain Healthcare’s hospitals and facilities.

Charity Care

As part of Intermountain Healthcare's charitable mission, in 2013 Intermountain Homecare & Hospice provided more than $3.7 million in charity care to patients in need.

Mission, Vision, and Values

Intermountain announces a new Mission, Vision, and Values statement that reflects our expanding role, as we strive to help people live the healthiest lives possible. To download our Mission, Vision, and Values, click here​ for a print version.

Our Mission

Helping people live the healthiest lives possible.

Our Vision

Be a model health system by providing extraordinary care and superior service at an affordable cost.

The Dimensions of Care include:

  • Clinical Excellence: We deliver outstanding clinical care in a consistent, coordinated way—always improving through evidence-based practice.
  • Patient Engagement: We provide a compassionate healing experience, fully involving patients in clinical and financial decisions about their healthcare and encouraging them to take responsibility for​ healthy life choices.
  • Operational Effectiveness: We are wise and innovative stewards of our resources and maintain the financial stability necessary to meet our high standards of quality and affordability.
  • Physician Engagement: We respect the professional and clinical skills of our physician colleagues and engage them in teams that help us deliver optimal outcomes and best serve our patients.
  • Community Stewardship: We help meet the diverse healthcare needs of our communities by providing excellent care at the lowest appropriate cost, regardless of the patient’s ability to pay. This is an important part of our strong not-for-profit heritage.
  • Employee Engagement: We honor the noble cause that inspires us as Intermountain colleagues. Together, we create a workplace that is built on our values, attracts and rewards caring and talented individuals, and engages us to live lives that are connected, balanced, secure, and healthy.

Our Values

  • Integrity: We are principled, honest, and ethical, and we do the right thing for those we serve.
  • Trust: We count on and support one another individually and as team members.
  • Excellence: We perform at the highest level, always learning and looking for ways to improve.
  • Accountability: We accept responsibility for our actions, attitudes, and health.
  • Mutual Respect: We embrace diversity and treat one another with dignity and empathy.

Leadership & Advisory Board

The unpaid volunteer board that advises Intermountain Homecare & Hospice:

  • JoAnn E. Bott, RN, MSN, JD - Chair - Attorney, Manning Curtis Bradshaw & Bednar
  • Spencer Larkin, MBA - Vice Chair - Larkin Mortuary
  • Jan Goodrich, BS, MHA- Secretary - Assistant Vice President and Administrator, Intermountain Homecare
  • Kelly K. Matthews, PhD - Executive Vice President & Economist, Wells Fargo Bank, Retired
  • Larry D. Hancock - Vice President of Urban Central Region, Intermountain Healthcare
  • Brent Wallace, MD - Chief Medical Officer, Intermountain Healthcare
  • Judy Blaufuss, RN, MSN - Nurse Administrator, Primary Children's Medical Center, Retired
  • Gary J. Measom, APRN, PhD - Dean, Dept of Nursing, Utah Valley State College (UVSC)
  • Michael H. Day - Henry Day Ford
  • Nancy Murphy, MD, FAAP, FAAPMR - Assistant Professor, U of U, Homecare/South Davis Pediatrics TCU Medical Director
  • Kim Henrichsen - Vice President of Clinical Operations, Intermountain Healthcare
  • Robert Fotheringham - Brand Force Inc, Retired
  • Vere Lancaster, MD, FACP - Medical Director, Intermountain Homecare
  • Daniel S. Nelsen - Ameriprise Financial
  • Derek Brown, BA, JD - Attorney, Utah House of Representatives, District 49
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