“We would not be able to meet these goals of the growing needs for our services without generous contributions from community members, such as Intermountain Healthcare. By partnering to offer valuable sport, recreation and educational programs, we advance our shared goals...” - Gail Loveland, executive director, National Ability Center


High-Performing Foundation

The Intermountain Foundation was honored by the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy for its exemplary performance in raising funds for its local communities' health needs. It was one of 45 organizations throughout North America to be recognized as a "High Performer," within the top 25 percent of all reporting organizations.

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Intermountain Recognized in US Senate

Citing Intermountain Healthcare's achievements on the occasion of its 40th anniversary year, Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah) recognized Intermountain in the U.S. Senate. His remarks were published in the Congressional Record (Aug. 6, 2015, page S6433). An excerpt: "When I look at Intermountain Healthcare, I see an example to the country of what it means to serve. I see healthcare providers who make people a priority rather than profit. I see an organization that values honesty and ethical conduct with its patients, its peers, and the government."


Hospitals Honored for Organ Donation Support

Intermountain's Utah Valley Regional Medical Center received the Gold Medal of Honor for Organ Donation in 2014 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and three other Intermountain hospitals received silver medals.


2014 Energy Community Leader of the Year

The Utah Office of Energy Development chose Intermountain Healthcare as the winner of a Governor's Excellence in Energy award for launching a variety of energy conservation initiatives that have reduced energy costs by almost 10 percent.


100 Great Community Hospitals

Three Intermountain hospitals in Utah -- Bear River Valley Hospital, Cedar City Hospital, and Logan Regional Hospital -- were included in Becker's Hospital Review's 2016 list of "100 Great Community Hospitals" in the U.S.  This recognition list is meant to honor hospitals with minimal teaching programs that are considered a vital part of their respective communities.


Meeting Rural Behavioral Health Needs

The National Rural Health Resource Center honored Intermountain's Sanpete Valley Hospital in 2015 for its outreach across rural areas of Central Utah to establish a Community Behavioral Health Network. The network of mental health service providers, non-profit and government agencies, community volunteers and others, works together to provide people in rural areas with access to affordable health services that otherwise would not be available to them.