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In order to provide state-of-the-art expert care, St. Mark's Hospital has added a second da Vinci surgical robot to its facility.
Gastric bypass not only helps with long term weight loss but it can be life saving.
Crafters here in Utah and across the country have been busy knitting and crocheting purple caps for newborn babies.
Click for Babies is a campaign that is striving to bring awareness to the dangers of Shaken Baby Syndrome and the period of P.U.R.P.L.E through...
Anyone near Camp Williams or St. Marks Hospital near Millcreek Tuesday may have heard gunshots, seen ambulances and people with severe injuries...
From hurricanes to mass shootings to forest fires, multiple disasters have struck the United States in recent months.
The largest emergency training drill in the Salt Lake Valley put the skills of first responders and medical workers at St. Mark's Hospital to...
Not all heroes wear capes - many wear scrubs, or lab coats, or unassuming shirts and ties.
Shawna Crane and about 29 other caregivers from other MountainStar Healthcare facilities in Utah have flown to Florida and Texas to offer their...
It had been a long two weeks for Utah Task Force 1, which journeyed to Houston to assist with rescue efforts after Hurricane Harvey.
Utah Task Force 1 members have seen a lot during disaster relief efforts around the country over the years.
On Friday, a major step forward in that ambition was reached as the couple presented several University Hospital administrators with a gift called...
St. Mark's Hospital is now home to a "CuddleCot", which allows grieving families a little extra time with their stillborn babies.
For men, being the strong silent type can be hazardous to their health.
At St. Mark's annual Blessing of the Hands on Monday, Hokanson and others reflected on challenges like these as they met with hospital chaplains...
It was the scariest moment of Kelvin Anderson's life when his wife's heart stopped.