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High-Quality Recognition

High–Quality Care and Recognition

Performance You Can Trust

It's one thing to say that you're better, but it's another thing altogether to demonstrate that you are. St. Mark's Hospital in Salt Lake County is proud of our track record of excellence in patient care. Our delivery of high–quality care is consistent, as proven by the quality performance and recognition we receive year after year. Here is a list of recent accomplishments and awards received from third–party quality agencies within the healthcare industry:

Statewide Rankings

  • Ranked #5 in 2013 – and among the Top 5 in Utah for Overall Orthopedic Services 11 years in a row (Healthgrades 2003-2013)
  • Ranked #4 in 2013 – and in the Top 5 in the state for Overall Pulmonary Services 11 consecutive years (Healthgrades 2003–2013)
  • Ranked #2 in 2013 – and among the Top 5 in Utah for Spine Surgery three consecutive years (Healthgrades 2011–2013)
  • Ranked #3 in 2013 – and in the Top 5 in the state for GI Medical Treatment two years straight (Healthgrades 2012–2013)
  • Ranked #5 in 2013 – and among the Top 10 in Utah for Critical Care two years straight (Healthgrades 2012–2013)

Nationwide Rankings

Five–Star Rating

  • Pneumonia treatment for 11 years in a row (Healthgrades 2003–2013)
  • Joint Replacement for nine consecutive years (Healthgrades 2005–2013)
  • Total Knee Replacement for nine years in a row (Healthgrades 2005–2013)
  • Spine Surgery for three consecutive years (Healthgrades 2011–2013)
  • Spinal Fusion for three consecutive years (Healthgrades 2011–2013)
  • Pancreatitis treatment for two consecutive years (Healthgrades 2012–2013)
  • Pulmonary Embolism treatment for two years in a row (Healthgrades 2012–2013)
  • Sepsis treatment (Healthgrades 2013)
  • COPD treatment for six years in a row (Healthgrades 2007–2012)
  • Heart Failure treatment for five years in a row (Healthgrades 2008–2012)
  • Women's Health for two years in a row (Healthgrades 2011–2012)