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Logan Regional Hospital

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About Logan Regional Hospital

Logan Regional Hospital is a 148-bed community hospital located in Northern Utah in the beautiful Cache Valley.

What sets us apart

Logan Regional Hospital is a 148-bed community hospital located in Northern Utah in the beautiful Cache Valley. Logan Regional is a Trauma III designated center and provides advanced technology and highly skilled care to the community. Key services include Cancer Care, Women & Newborn, Orthopedics & Sports Medicine, Cardiology, and Behavioral Health. Our Medical Group presence includes two clinics, one Instacare clinic, and the Budge Clinic, which shares our campus.

Our hospital serves a population of some 150,000 in Cache, Rich, Box Elder, and Franklin counties and western Wyoming. Intermountain Logan Regional Hospital is the official medical provider to Utah State University and several area high schools. With roots that can be traced back to 1914, Logan Regional Hospital and its predecessors have been serving Cache Valley and its surrounding communities for 100 years.

Intermountain Cancer Center – Logan Regional Hospital successfully attained accreditation from the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) APEx - Accreditation Program for Excellence®. APEx provides external validation that a radiation oncology facility is delivering high-quality patient care. APEx is a voluntary, objective, and rigorous multi-step process during which a radiation oncology practice is evaluated using consensus-based standards. As part of that evaluation, we demonstrated our safety and quality processes and showed that we adhere to patient-centered care by promoting effective communication, coordinated treatments and strong patient engagement.

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Patient story

Andrew's story

Usually when Andrew Palmer comes to work at Logan Regional Hospital, he ends up spending  much of his time in the Cardiovascular Catheterization Lab, inventorying and stocking supplies so caregivers there can do their life-saving work. But recently he went there on a gurney and the life-saving work they did was on him.

Read Andrew's story

History and leadership

Learn more about our history and leadership team 

In 1980, Intermountain Healthcare opened a new, state-of-the-art medical facility at 500 East 1400 North in Logan. We’ve since added a medical office building, the Intermountain Budge Clinic, and many inpatient and outpatient services to the hospital campus. Our state-of-the-art Women and Newborn Center opened in 2007, and our Cancer Center expansion was completed in April 2019. Future plans include a new patient tower coming in 2024 and an ambulatory surgery center opening in the Fall of 2021.

The leadership team at Logan Regional Hospital includes:

  • Brandon McBride - Administrator 
  • Curtis Pederson - Chief Medical Officer
  • Neil Perkes - Nurse Administrator
  • Janice Wallentine - Board Member
  • Mike Tueller - Board Member
  • Brent Sandberg - Board Member
  • Holly Budge - Board Member
  • Darren Anderson, MD - Board Member
  • Douglas Raymond - Board Member
  • David Cowley - Board Member
  • Douglas Swenson - Board Member
  • Karina Brown - Board Member
  • Nolan Gunnell - Board Member
  • Brett Hugie - Board Member
  • Sheri Badger - Board Member

Volunteering

Our volunteer team provides support, assistance, and a helping hand to our patients, staff, guests, and community.

Who can volunteer?

  • Anyone 14 years or older. If you are 14 - 18 years of age, please check out our junior volunteer requirements.
  • Must be willing to serve a minimum of 72 hours.

How to apply?

Applicants must complete an online application for a volunteer position. Placement will be made according to skill, availability of positions, and availability of applicant and reference check. After you are selected as a volunteer, you will be required to complete the following prior to beginning service:

  • Have a QuantiFERON test, coordinated by Employee Health
  • Provide documentation of immunizations (MMR, Tdap and Varicella)
  • Agree to follow Professional Appearance Policy and wear volunteer uniform
  • Have photo taken for volunteer badge
  • Complete volunteer orientation

Junior volunteers

Junior volunteers play an essential role at Logan Regional Hospital. Their requirements are:

  • Be 14 to 18 years old.
  • Be friendly and have a desire to work will all kinds of people.

Volunteer donation projects

Donation Process Donation(s) will be received by appointment only, between 10 am and 4 pm, Monday through Friday. All donors must schedule an appointment with Gift In-Kind Coordinator Ramona Fonnesbeck prior to delivering donations. Email Ramona.Fonnesbeck@imail.org or call (801) 555-1234 (do not text, this is a landline.) Donations will be received curbside at Logan Regional Hospital’s main entrance.

Logan Regional Hospital Behavioral Health department is in need of new clothing for our patients.

 All clothing must be new, left in original packaging with tags on due to COVID-19 restrictions. Our needs include:

  • Men's XL and L shirts and pants
  • Women's 1x and 2x shirts and pants
  • All items cannot have strings

If you would like to donate these items, please contact Ramona Fonnesbeck at Ramona.Fonnesbeck@imail.org or call our volunteer services department at (801) 555-1234.

We have many volunteer project needs. We gladly accept donations of the following items that are handmade from new material or newly purchased:

  •  Baby blankets
  • Infant booties
  • Infant gowns
  • Infant diapers
  • NCU positioning bag
  • Bookmark kits
  • Foam frame
  • Name plate for newborns
  • NCU journal
  • Drawstring bag
  • Newborn hankie
  • Child activity packet

Additional items that can be donated for our pediatric family members or patients are:

  • Playdough
  • Crayons
  • Kids car games
  • Hot Wheels
  • Stickers
  • Mini puzzles
  • Blankets
  • Unused stuffed animals

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