Women’s center in Salt Lake City, Utah
Opened in 2000, the Women’s Pavilion at St. Mark’s Hospital offers comprehensive care for women in a comfortable, secure atmosphere. With labor and delivery services, a Level III NICU, childbirth education classes, mammography, women's physical therapy, and more, we care for women in Salt Lake City, Utah through all stages of life.
At St. Mark’s Hospital, we believe that women are special. We know you put your heart into taking care of everyone around you. That’s why we put that same passion and devotion into taking care of you. Our knowledgeable staff has got you covered, whether you’re navigating pregnancy or menopause, or screening for cancer or fighting osteoporosis.
Expert women’s health services in Salt Lake City
St. Mark’s Hospital has received the Women’s Health Excellence Award™ from Healthgrades, the leading provider of information to consumers looking to make informed decisions about hospitals and physicians, for the last three years. This recognition ranks our facility in the top 5 percent of hospitals in the nation for women’s health. Healthgrades also gives St. Mark’s an impressive five-star rating for women's health.
Whether you are ensuring wellness, caring for your kids, navigating pregnancy or menopause, screening for cancer or fighting osteoporosis, our knowledgeable, experienced staff has got you covered head to toe.
Our hospital is passionate about caring for women in all stages of life. That translates to high-quality care you can count on. Through a combination of leading-edge medical knowledge, innovative technology and sincere dedication to meeting women and children's unique healthcare needs, we are ready to help you achieve better health at every stage of your life.
For more information about women’s services at St. Mark's Hospital, or to schedule an appointent with an expert, please call (855) 849-3365.
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