Intermountain Healthcare is a not-for-profit health system based in Salt Lake City, Utah, with 22 hospitals, a broad range of clinics and services, about 1,400 employed primary care and secondary care physicians at more than 185 clinics in the Intermountain Medical Group, and health insurance plans from SelectHealth.

The Past Year at Intermountain


Our Annual Report

At Intermountain, we seek to preserve and restore health, caring for the whole person, and we exist to serve others, promoting health, and healing, for life. Meet some of our patients and hear their stories; learn about our research, benefit to community, and more.

Who We Are


Contact Us

Information about Intermountain's corporate offices and divisions is available in a contact list format, with additional access to information for hospitals, clinics, and physicians through dynamic search functions.


Awards and Recognition

National and local awards and rankings recognize Intermountain for our efforts to become a model health system by helping people live the healthiest lives possible.



Our role is broader than the provision of care, and Intermountain Healthcare's leaders work to create an environment that attracts the best and fosters the talents of our 35,000 employees.


Mission Vision Values

Intermountain's mission statement reflects our expanding role, as we focus even more strongly on prevention and wellness, and strive to improve the health of those who live in our communities.‚Äč


Why Not-For-Profit

As a not-for-profit system committed to helping people live the healthiest lives possible, Intermountain Healthcare makes decisions differently to provide the most effective care, based on proven best practices.


Healthcare Transformation

Our quest for better care and better health at more affordable costs reflects Intermountain's commitment toward transforming healthcare.


Fast Facts

Intermountain is a not-for-profit health system based in Salt Lake City and the largest healthcare provider in the Intermountain West, serving the needs of Utah and southeastern Idaho residents.


Community Benefit

Our Community Benefit program works with non-profit agencies, government entities, and providers to improve health of uninsured and underserved, while overseeing Community Health Needs Assessments efforts for Intermountain.


CHNA Reports

Intermountain hospitals conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment to identify local area healthcare needs, and each hospital then develops an implementation strategy to address a significant local health priority.


Trustee Resource Center

Online advocacy tools, a monthly newsletter, topical at-a-glance handouts, videos, presentations, and information about Intermountain's mission and not-for-profit approach, support trustees in their role.

Helping Intermountain Patients in Need


Financial Assistance

Intermountain provides medically necessary and generally available healthcare to people who live within the communities we serve, regardless of a patient's ability to pay, offering financial assistance to those individuals who qualify.