What Sets Us Apart

Intermountain Health McKay-Dee Hospital is a leader in Northern Utah and is a vital part of many people’s lives — as a workplace, wellness center, an acute-care facility, a place of recovery, and as a community partner.

Currently, the hospital offers 63 specialties, 319 patient beds, and serves as a Level II Trauma Center. McKay-Dee offers nationally ranked programs and has been recognized as an IBM Watson Top 100 Hospital.

Intermountain Cancer Center – McKay-Dee 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.


For more than 110 years, McKay-Dee has been a proud part of the Ogden community. Intermountain Health McKay-Dee Hospital has grown from a small community hospital into a world-class, full-service regional facility, offering specialized services to a growing and dynamic population. The hours spent, the lives dedicated, and all that has been invested has truly made Intermountain Health McKay-Dee Hospital a model healthcare facility as envisioned by its founders.

Read the 100 Years of McKay-Dee Moments book for a complete history of the facility.


Mike Clark

Hospital Administrator

Masood Safaee

Medical Director

Donna Chapman

Nurse Administrator

Scott Mortensen

Operations Officer

Kristin Jordan

Administrative Director

Trever Porter

Finance Director

Camisha Chadwick

Human Resources

Melissa Call

Marketing and Communications

Jan Zisman

Patient Experience


Each year, our dedicated volunteers provide an average of 37,000 hours in volunteer service at Intermountain Health McKay-Dee Hospital. Volunteers are vital to our mission. Without their dedicated service, we would be unable to provide all the services our communities enjoy and deserve. Our volunteers are committed to supporting and serving the community. Who can volunteer?

You can volunteer at Intermountain Health McKay-Dee Hospital if you are at least 14 years old. If you are over 18, you are required to pass a background test and drug screen. Other requirements include:

  • Complete new volunteer orientation and education requirements
  • Comply with volunteer health requirements: a tuberculosis screening, T-DAP Vaccination, and proof of current immunizations.
  • Be physically able to complete the tasks required of the volunteer position

What will I do as a volunteer?

  • Ease emotional stress for patients and their families
  • Provide kindness and courtesy to patients, their families, hospital staff, and fellow volunteers
  • Promote and support interest in health-related careers
  • Meet new people and explore different career opportunities

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