What Sets Us Apart
Sanpete Valley Hospital has a rich history of providing quality healthcare to our Sanpete County community for more than 65 years.
In 1949, the original Sanpete Valley Hospital was built on Main Street in Mount Pleasant, Utah, as a result of donations raised by local members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS).
In 1975, when the LDS Church made the decision to donate all of their hospitals to the public, Intermountain Healthcare took over the management of Sanpete Valley Hospital, as well as the other hospitals across Utah.
After serving the local community in its original building for 35 years, a replacement hospital opened for Sanpete Valley Hospital in 1984, located on the south end of Mount Pleasant.
Today, Sanpete Valley Hospital continues to provide the members of our community with high-quality care through a wide variety of medical services.
CEO/Administrator, Sanpete Valley Hospital
Immediate Past Board Chair
Office of Patient Experience Manager
Education Manager/Employee Health Nurse
Public Relations and Communication
Each one of our volunteers is a valued team member of Sanpete Valley Hospital. They are committed to supporting our community health initiatives.
What do Volunteers do?
Our volunteers provide service and support for Sanpete Valley Hospital and our patients in a variety of ways including:
- Greeting and assisting patients
- Providing information and directions
- Offering support in our hospital and clinic waiting area
- Working in our gift shop
How do I Volunteer?
- Must be at least 18 years old
- Complete an online application or ask for an application at the hospital front desk
- Provide a character reference
- 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 drug test
- Must be physically able to complete the tasks required of the position