What Sets Us Apart

Orem Community Hospital is a leading-edge healthcare facility where patients find easy access to highly skilled and friendly caregivers.

Orem Community excels in labor and delivery and is consistently rated in the top percentile nationwide for patient’s likelihood to recommend.  With the unique ability to labor, deliver and recover all in the same beautiful suite, supported by a highly experienced team, thousands of mothers have chosen Orem Community as their hospital of choice for childbirth.

In addition to maternity care, this comprehensive community hospital offers emergency, surgical, laboratory and outpatient imaging services, including MRI and is the centralized location for pediatric and neuro rehabilitation for the region.

Orem Community Hospital embraces its role as a member of a diverse and growing community and is active in promoting wellness to the surrounding neighborhoods.  Our 30+ acre campus is home to youth soccer fields and adult ultimate frisbee leagues.  Many enjoy our one-mile, paved walking path and spacious grounds for family nights out. The crown jewel of our healthy campus in the community garden with its 44 raised beds where hundreds of Orem and Vineyard residents have been able to grow fresh produce each year since 2015.

Our History

Small in stature and footprint, Orem Community Hospital is large in its service to the community. Since opening as a maternity hospital in 1981, Orem Community Hospital has excelled in labor and delivery and has expanded to provide other needed services to the community.

1981

Orem Community Hospital opens as a maternity hospital.

1986

A 13,000-square-foot expansion makes Orem Community Hospital a full-service hospital with an emergency room, Women's Center, medical surgical, laboratory, X-ray, and health education services.

1995

The Central Orem Health Center addition is completed, along with the addition of an Intermountain WorkMed unit and the Utah Valley Pediatric Rehabilitation Center. A beautification of the campus begins with the addition of a jogging path around the campus and soccer fields in conjunction with Orem City.

2014

Orem Community Hospital gets a facelift, updating the look of the main entrance and clinic.

2015

With a commitment to encourage neighbors in Orem and Vineyard to live their healthiest lives, the hospital opens a community garden. The annual Harvest Good Health Festival is launched to celebrate the garden and provide healthy activities and screenings.

2016

The annual Harvest Good Health Festival is launched to celebrate the garden and provide healthy activities and screenings.

2017

MRI services are added with the acquisition of a free-standing facility a few blocks from the hospital campus.

2020

Orem Community quickly responds to rapidly emerging needs during the Covid-19 pandemic. Offering space and staffing, along with leveraging community partnerships, to provide accessible testing to a diverse community.

2021

Construction begins on the expansion of pediatric rehab clinic and the lactation clinic was relocated to the main hospital for ease of use by mothers.

Hospital Leadership

Lenny Lyons

Hospital Administrator/CEO

Amber Iverson, RN

Nurse Administrator

Cameron Symonds, MD

Medical Director

Bill Hulterstrom

Governing Board Chair

Belinda Talonia

Brigitte Madrian

Colleen Bigler

Cydni Tetro

Dr. Curt Pulsipher

E. Boyd Craig

Everett Kelepolo

Francis Gibson

Kyle Hansen

Laura Mitchell

Mary Crafts

Matt Packard

Dr. Miles Hawley

Patricia Ravert

Shellie Baertsch

Dr. Scott Van Wagoner

Work With Us

A job at Orem Community Hospital means working alongside a close-knit team of caregivers who are invested in our local community.

Give to the Hospital

Learn about ways you can donate to Orem Community Hospital and help us accomplish our mission.

Volunteering

What better opportunity to serve than at a place dedicated to healing? We have a great need for volunteers. As a volunteer, you can serve, grow, learn, make new friends, exchange ideas, and contribute to our community.

What do volunteers do?

  • Staff and operate the gift shop Greet and direct patients and visitors at the Lobby Information Desk
  • Serve as liaison in the Emergency Room, Imaging, and Mom/Baby                                                                      
  • Deliver flowers and gifts to patients and work in the community garden. 

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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