Latest Updates

Intermountain Adding Screening Locations for COVID-19

Utah is currently seeing increased COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) cases in hot spots throughout the state. To help understand the prevalence of infection, Intermountain Healthcare will offer community screening and testing locations in the most affected communities as the need arises. Click here to learn more.

Donation Guidelines

To protect our patients, caregivers, and communities from the spread of the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus), Intermountain Healthcare is not accepting any drop-off donations of toys, blankets, and other physical items at this time. We appreciate your understanding, and thank you for your commitment to keeping our communities healthy and thriving. In lieu of drop-off donations, please consider giving online or over the phone at 801-442-3443.

New Visitor Restrictions

Intermountain has set up visitor restrictions to support infection prevention and to keep our patients, caregivers, and facilities safe during the coronavirus outbreak. Current visitor restrictions are modeled from CDC and Utah Department of Health guidance. Click here for more information.

Governor Declares State of Emergency

On Friday, March 6th Governor Herbert declared a State of Emergency for Utah. Read more here. Declaring a State of Emergency does not indicate that our state is in distress. We are in a state of readiness. This is a practice Utah has done in the past (for example in advance of wildfire season every year). Utah is taking this preemptive step now so that we can all prepare for a potential increased demand on our health services and resources. Click here for more information

Utah Department of Health is Monitoring COVID-19 Situation

The Utah Department of Health is actively monitoring an outbreak caused by COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) first identified in Wuhan, China. This outbreak began in early December 2019 and continues to expand in China and other countries. It is now in the United States.

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