Intermountain Community Health works with community non-profit agencies, government entities, and healthcare providers to improve the health of the uninsured and underserved, and the department oversees Community Health Needs Assessment efforts for Intermountain-owned hospitals.

Partnerships, school and community clinics, collaboration, donations, gift to community reporting and initiatives all make up the Community Health department’s wide array of projects and initiatives.


Community Giving

At Intermountain, we give back to the community in many ways. Most are tied to the identified community health priorities that come from Community Health Needs Assessments (CHNA) that are done every three years.

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Impact Investing

The purpose of Intermountain’s impact investing work is to Help People Live the Healthiest Lives Possible™ by supporting place-based initiatives that contribute to improved health and well-being.

Take Pride in Your Health

At Intermountain Healthcare, we want to help you live the healthiest life possible. Your sexual orientation and gender identity are an important part of your overall health picture.

Community Health Partnerships

Intermountain is devoted to the community, helping out whenever possible to ensure our neighbors, families, and friends get the help they need to maintain or regain their health.


School and Community Clinics

Intermountain Healthcare operates a variety of community and school-based clinics to improve health in underserved communities.


Community Health Initiatives

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