Our close relationship with nearby Utah Valley Regional Medical Center allows us to provide you with the best of both worlds: the support of a full-service hospital combined with the hometown spirit and personalized care you would expect from a community organization.

Patient Safety and Care

We are committed to improving the health of our community. We are accredited by the Joint Commission, complying with the highest national standards for safety and quality of care.



We offer many amenities for patients and visitors, including a gift shop, snack bar, and other resources.


Visiting Hours

Our patients benefit from the encouragement and support of visitors. Orem Community Hospital welcomes visitors of all ages.


Infection Control

Staff at Orem Community Hospital work to protect patients and employees by preventing infectious disease inside and outside of the hospital.


Medical Records

The medical records department at Orem Community Hospital compiles and maintains medical records for each patient.



Small in stature and footprint, Orem Community Hospital is a bedrock in Orem, Utah. 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.


Contact Us and Maps

Find general hospital contact information, maps, and directions to us easily.


Hospital Tours

We offer volunteer-guided hospital tours for interested individuals or groups. We can customize the tour to meet the needs of your group.



We are led by a caring team of healthcare professionals. Their goal is to make Orem Community Hospital a premier community hospital where patients and their families know they will receive expert care.



We received hospital accreditation from the Joint Commission in 2011 and are committed to provide the best patient care possible.


Billing and Financial Assistance

Learn more about the resources Intermountain provides to help you pay for your care.


CHNA Report

Orem Community Hospital conducted a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) to identify local area healthcare needs and develop an implementation strategy to address a significant health priority.