What Sets Us Apart

Heber Valley Hospital is a full-service community hospital dedicated to providing high-quality medical services to Wasatch County residents. Our services include emergency care, women and newborn services, orthopedic and general surgery, heart care, and cancer care. In 2020 we completed a five-year renovation project that enhanced access, privacy and improved the overall hospital experience.

Our History

Heber Valley Hospital has a rich history of providing medical care to Wasatch County. Heber Valley Hospital's roots go back to 1932 when the first hospital was opened in Lewis Alexander's home by Doctors Bert and T.A. Danneberg. In 1956 the hospital was renamed in honor of Dr. Karl O. Nielson and dedicated on May 25, 1969. Just before the 2002 Olympics, in 1999, Intermountain Healthcare opened a new state-of-the-art medical facility at 454 East Medical Way, which expanded healthcare access for our community.

In order to meet the needs of a growing community in 2015, we embarked on a renovation project that added many inpatient and outpatient services to the campus, including expanded and improved surgical suites, extended urgent and emergency care services, Intermountain Cancer Services, and infusion therapy.

Our History

Heber Valley Hospital has a rich history of providing medical care to Wasatch County. Heber Valley Hospital's roots go back to 1932 when the first hospital was opened in Lewis Alexander's home by Doctors Bert and T.A. Danneberg. In 1956 the hospital was renamed in honor of Dr. Karl O. Nielson and dedicated on May 25, 1969. Just before the 2002 Olympics, in 1999, Intermountain Healthcare opened a new state-of-the-art medical facility at 454 East Medical Way, which expanded healthcare access for our community.

In order to meet the needs of a growing community in 2015, we embarked on a renovation project that added many inpatient and outpatient services to the campus, including expanded and improved surgical suites, extended urgent and emergency care services, Intermountain Cancer Services, and infusion therapy.

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Hospital Leadership

Si Hutt

Administrator

Stanton McDonald, MD

Medical Director

Jill Teuscher, RN

Nurse Administrator

Amy Tuddenham

Marketing and Communications

Jennilyn Ferry

Finance Director

Rob Graul

Office of Patient Experience

Kim O’Campo

Continuous Improvement

George Bennett

Community Board

Kristy Bond

Community Board

Paige Coward

Community Board

Kathy Hughes

Community Board

Mary Noonan

Community Board

D. Scott Phillips

Community Board

Clair Provost

Community Board

Hi McNaughtan

Community Board

Paul Weller

Community Board

Karla Willis

Community Board

Greg Taylor, MD

Medical Staff President

Work With Us

When you join the Intermountain Heber Valley Hospital team, you'll work with great people in an environment where you get to know everyone and work closely to provide care for our patients.

Give to the Hospital

Learn about ways you can donate to Heber Valley Hospital and help us accomplish our mission.

Volunteering

Volunteers are a vital part of Park City Hospital’s healthcare team. If you are at least 14 years old and enjoy helping people, there is a place for you at Heber Valley Hospital.

What do volunteers do?

Flower and gift deliveries Assist at the information and reception desk.

 

How do I Volunteer?

  • Must be at least 14 years old Complete an online application.
  • Complete new volunteer orientation requirements.
  • Comply with volunteer health requirements: a two-step tuberculosis screening, t-dap vaccination, and proof of current immunizations.
  • Consent to a criminal background check and a drug test.
  • Must be physically able to complete the tasks required of the position.

If you would like to volunteer, please contact our volunteer manager via email at hebervolunteers@imail.org or by phone at 801-714-3073 

 

CHNA Report

Intermountain Healthcare conducted its 2019 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) for 23 hospitals in Utah and southeast Idaho. Download a copy.

Hospital Prices

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