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Unique collaboration brings a hybrid ablation procedure to two MountainStar hospitalsRead More
St. Mark's Hospital recognized by the Joint Commission for using highly reliable interventions that improve patient outcomesRead More
St. Mark's Hospital achieved readmission rates better than the national average according to data recently released from Medicare.Read More
Doctors and nurses from the neonatal intensive care unit at St. Mark's Hospital got a rare chance to see how the babies they've helped have grown to be healthy children.Read More
Fifteen years of NICU babies reunited with nurses and other hospital staff at St. Mark's Hospital.Read More
Dr. Smiths talks with Mick and Allen about how weight loss surgery is treating other medical conditions.Read More
As the newest trauma center in the state, St. Mark's is better equipped to serve local communities in need of advanced care for injured patients.Read More
Five MountainStar hospitals and its satellite emergency department are first in Utah to become Accredited Chest Pain Centers.Read More
St. Mark's Hospital is opening a brand new Acute Rehabilitation Center, which will focus on patients recuperating from stroke, brain injury, neurological diseases, and other significant disabling events.Read More
A morbidly obese man was living on minutes desperately hoping his insurance company would pay for a potentially life-saving surgery. But when they wouldn't, he turned to Twitter to ask for help.And just when it seemed all hope was lost, he found a grant that not only paid for the surgery, but gave him a second chance at life.Read More