What Sets Us Apart
1913 -- McGregor Hospital
1952 -- Dixie Pioneer Memorial Hospital
1976 -- Dixie Medical Center
1990 -- Dixie Regional Medical Center
2021 – St. George Regional Hospital
A group of dedicated community leaders make up the volunteer governing board of St. George Regional Hospital. They represent the geographical and cultural diversity of Washington County and serve both the hospital and the community as they strive to ensure patient safety, hospital-wide quality reporting and medical credentialing.
The board’s purpose is to see that St. George Regional fulfills Intermountain Healthcare’s charitable mission: helping people live the healthiest lives possible. This includes a commitment to provide care to those with a medical need, regardless of ability to pay. They help make key decisions. They give their valuable time and considerable expertise in service to others by directing the affairs of an organization that they hold in trust for the community. They set high expectations for us and hold us accountable to achieving measurable goals.
St. George Regional Hospital Governing Board members share a common devotion to community displayed through their involvement in the hospital and in other groups and organizations committed to making southern Utah a better place to live.
Touching the lives of our healthcare community has always been the goal of Intermountain Healthcare's volunteers. Learn more about the important role our volunteers play and how to start volunteering at St. George Regional Hospital.
Hours: 8am-4pm (Mon-Th) Fridays by appointment only
544 S 400 E St. George, UT 84770
Phone (435) 688-4047