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We open in 2024 but we are hiring now.

Our brand new, state-of-the-art facility will bring close to 1,000 jobs to the Lehi, Utah area. As experienced caregivers move to the Lehi Miller Campus from other Intermountain Health locations, we are also seeking compassionate, forward-thinking, skilled caregivers like you to join our team at the Primary Children’s Salt Lake campus and other locations. Keep checking these links to be the first to know when new positions open up:

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The Expertise of Primary Children's Hospital, Closer to Home

Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital, Larry H. and Gail Miller Family Campus in Lehi is part of Intermountain Health’s unprecedented plan, valued at upwards of $600 million, to create a national model for children’s health that will enhance the well-being of children in Utah and surrounding states for generations to come. The Miller campus will be the first new children’s hospital campus to open within Primary Children’s six-state service area in over 100 years.

Nearly one-third of Primary's patients come from Utah County and South Salt Lake County. Utah County is one of the fastest-growing counties in the nation and may equal the population of Salt Lake County by 2040. With this growth, and the growth in southern Salt Lake County, comes an urgent need for high-quality, comprehensive pediatric care.


Intermountain Healthcare Launches ‘Primary Promise’

The most ambitious philanthropic initiative undertaken to enhance children’s Health in Utah and the Intermountain West

$35 Million Gift from Pedersen Family Will Help Transform Care for Children

Propel Intermountain’s Primary Promise to create nation’s model health system for children

Final Beam Placed on Second Primary Children’s Hospital in Lehi

Milestone brings pediatric health services one step closer to home in fast-growing Utah County

Get Involved

This is a defining moment in the history of pediatric care – a visionary chance to shape children’s health for decades to come, both locally and nationally, and you can be part of it.


Our promise of putting the child first and always is possible through generous gifts from people like you. There are many ways to give to Primary Children's Hospital, whether you would like to make a cash donation, donate an in-kind gift from our wish list, or get involved in the Primary Promise campaign.

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Project Milestones


On Nov. 19, 2020, Intermountain Healthcare leaders, community representatives, and patients broke ground on the hospital in a virtual ceremony. During the ceremony, officials announced the name of the new hospital site will be the Larry H. and Gail Miller Family Campus, which will honor the Miller family's support and vision for children's health and wellness in the Intermountain West. 

Topping Off

On Tuesday, June 22, 2021, Primary Children’s marked a major milestone in the project with a traditional “topping off” ceremony.

The final steel beam was lifted into place by crane as a small gathering of Intermountain and Primary Children’s Hospital leadership, construction and architect teams, Lehi City, Foundation leaders and donors looked on. In the days leading up to the event, the beam was signed by hundreds of people, including community members, donors, patients, caregivers and others with interest in the project.

Caregiver Donor Open House

On October 22, 2022, caregivers gathered at the hospital site to celebrate the latest progress in building the nation’s model for children’s healthcare. Guests were invited to sign a wall that will become part of the new hospital.

Hospital Services

The Miller campus will be a full-service children's hospital providing the specialty pediatric services of our Salt Lake campus, with the exclusions of transplant and heart surgery. The new five-story, 66-bed Primary Children’s Hospital campus will provide trauma and emergency services, behavioral health, intensive care, and surgical and clinic services not available elsewhere in Utah County.

  • Pediatric specialty trauma and emergency services
  • Pediatric and newborn intensive care units
  • Medical and surgical unit
  • Operating rooms and surgical services
  • Inpatient and outpatient behavioral and mental health services
  • Safe and Healthy Families clinic
  • Sleep medicine services
  • Infusion services
  • Rehabilitation services
  • Specialty outpatient clinics
  • Laboratory services
  • Imaging services
  • Pharmacy services

Hospital Leadership

We're not just building a hospital, we're building an expert team of caregivers! Lisa Paletta, President of the Primary Children's Miller campus, announced her Administrative Council and Leadership Team in this update.

Lisa Paletta, RN, serves as president of the Primary Children’s Lehi campus. Paletta has been with Intermountain Healthcare for more than two decades. She  oversees the new hospital campus design and construction and is leading the hiring of an administrative team and caregivers.

Paletta led Alta View Hospital during its recent reconstruction and played a key role in the development, design and construction of Utah Valley Hospital’s outpatient building and patient tower in her work as chief nursing officer there. She has also served as administrator of Alta View Hospital and worked as former assistant vice president of Integrated Care Management for Intermountain.

Christopher Miller, MD, serves as chief medical officer of the Primary Children’s Lehi campus. As chief medical officer, Dr. Miller works in partnership with administrative, physician and nursing leaders to help define, establish, and direct clinical care teams, provide medical direction and leadership and serve as a liaison between the medical staff and hospital administration.

Dr. Miller has over a decade of experience at Primary Children’s, where he also serves as Medical Director of Medical Affairs with concurrent leadership roles with the University of Utah Department of Pediatrics and the Intermountain Med/Surg Operation Lane. He completed his undergraduate work at University of Montana and received his medical degree from University of Utah School of Medicine. He has remained active in academic research, other scholarly activities, and quality improvement projects throughout his career, and completed his Master of Healthcare Administration in 2020.