Spanish Fork Hospital is a modern community hospital with state-of-the-art medical technology, 33 beds, and a medical staff of more than 100 physicians representing a variety of specialties. Designed with the patient experience in mind, this new campus brings excellent healthcare closer to the residents of south Utah County. Our caregivers look forward to helping you along your journey to better health.

Getting to the Hospital

Spanish Fork Hospital is conveniently located in the thriving business section of Spanish Fork, Utah. Please take the US 6 (Price) exit east from I-15 and turn north at the first intersection. Travel north through two stop lights and you will see the hospital kitty-corner to Lowe’s. Patient and visitor parking is located on the south side of the facility, close to the main entrance. The Emergency Department is located on the west end of the building for those who need to access that area directly. 

Registration & Admitting

Admitting can be found directly inside the main entrance of Spanish Fork Hospital. This area is for all patients staying at the hospital, except for those undergoing surgery. Surgical patients will register on the second floor in the Surgical Services Department.


  • Canyon Creek Café - Located on the first floor between the hospital and clinic buildings. Open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. 
  • Gift Shop - Located on the first floor adjacent to the main entrance. Open M-F 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Visiting Guidelines

Well visitors of all ages are welcome at Spanish Fork Hospital. Patients benefit from the support and encouragement of visitors, which helps healing. Patients may have as many well visitors as allowed on an individual unit. There is no age restriction for visitors to the hospital, though individual units may have restricted visitor age guidelines. Please call the main hospital number to contact a unit about specific guidelines.

For the health and safety of our patients and staff, visitors who are sick should not visit the hospital. Please do not visit at this time if you have any of the following symptoms:

  • Fever
  • Runny nose
  • New rash
  • Diarrhea
  • Cough
  • Sore Throat
  • Vomiting

    Visiting Hours

    In general, visitors may visit Spanish Fork Hospital at any time. Patients may specify visiting times or request no visitors, and we honor those requests. We encourage visitors to avoid visiting the hospital during shift changes (6 a.m. and 6 p.m.) so our medical staff can properly prepare for their shift. We institute a quiet at night protocol every night at 9 p.m. where we keep noises and disruptions to a minimum.


    Staying at the Hospital

    We want every patient who stays at Spanish Fork Hospital to feel welcome and safe. Our goal is to make your stay as comfortable as possible.

    You are welcome to bring personal comfort items such as a blanket or pillow and your own electronic devices (iPad, tablet, PC). You are also welcome to bring your own personal care item like toothbrush or toothpaste, but we also have supplies for patients to use if that’s easier. We will provide hospital clothing for you to wear when you arrive. Personal clothing may be allowed on a case-by-case basis depending on the type of treatment or procedure you are receiving.

    Each of our patient rooms has a television with streaming capabilities. Spanish Fork Hospital has room service for patients that you can use throughout the day. Your loved one may also order food off the room service menu. Outside food is also allowed as long as it follows the nutrition orders from your physician. If a loved one chooses to stay with a patient throughout his or her stay, that person may sleep on the couch in the room. There are also hotels nearby in the community if family members would like to choose that option to remain close to a patient.

    Safety and Security

    Safety & Security

    Spanish Fork Hospital has a Safety & Security officer on duty 24 hours a day, seven day a week. The safety of our patients, visitors and caregivers is one of our top priorities. In addition to walking the facility on a regular basis, Safety & Security maintains a visible presence at the Emergency Department entrance to guide patients and their loved ones to the right areas. Disruptive or abusive behavior will not be tolerated, and this team will be available to help ensure there is a healing environment throughout the facility. Safety & Security is also able to assist by escorting individuals to their vehicles or locating lost and found items.

    Spanish Fork Safety and Security



    Resolve Concerns

    The care team at Spanish Fork Hospital is dedicated to providing an excellent experience for every patient and visitor. If any problems occur during a hospital stay or visit, patients are welcome to reach out to the manager of the department where the issue occurred. If the concerns can’t be resolved at this level, they can be escalated to the hospital’s leadership team through the Office of Patient Experience.

    Office of Patient Experience