Utah Valley Hospital and Revere Health have had a longstanding healthcare relationship, with many patients receiving treatment at Revere Health while also utilizing the advanced services of the hospital. Because both organizations share a focus on the patient and a desire to make the patient experience effective, efficient, and comfortable, Revere Health has contributed a generous gift of $1 million to help fund the new Education Center in the Utah Valley Clinic.
Scott Barlow, CEO of Revere Health, said, "I think this project is an opportunity that doesn't come around very often. Whether someone has been a recipient of care at the hospital, has visited a family member, or experienced a career opportunity, it's a great chance to step up, say thank you, and set a legacy for the future of exceptional healthcare in our community."
Another connection between the hospital and Revere Health is a planned pedestrian bridge that will span 500 West, making it safer for patients, their families, and caregivers to walk from Utah Valley Hospital to Revere Health.
"It's very metaphorical to the whole relationship," Scott said. "First, it represents our mutual focus on safety. And second, it speaks to the commitment of both organizations to work collaboratively in the best interest of the patient."