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Terri Draper
Communications Director
Southwest Region Administration
424 East Foremaster Drive Ste 210
St George UT 84790



Intermountain Healthcare

One Hospital with Two Campuses

Dixie Regional Medical Center is a 245-bed hospital located on two campuses -- River Road and 400 East. Dixie Regional is the major medical referral center for northwestern Arizona, southeastern Nevada and southern Utah. It is fully accredited by The Joint Commission and is a service of Intermountain Healthcare, a nonprofit healthcare system serving the intermountain west. Learn more about our mission, vision, and values.

River Road Campus

The state-of-the-art 420,000+ square-foot facility hosts 132 acute inpatient beds and the community's emergency department. Most acute inpatient care and many surgeries, including open-heart surgery and neurosurgery, are provided at this campus.

400 East Campus

The only Acute Rehabilitation Center (providing specialty care for stroke and other neurologically impaired patients) between Las Vegas and Provo is located on the 5th floor of this campus. All Women's and Children's care, including the Newborn ICU, are also housed here, along with the smallest fully accredited cancer center in the nation, same-day surgery, lab, some imaging services, IV therapy, the diabetes clinic, wound care and hyperbaric medicine clinic and behavioral medicine.

Health & Performance Center

Located directly east of the River Road campus on Medical Center Drive, this new state-of-the-art facility is designed not for people who are sick, but for those who want to become well. In offers rehabilitation services, sports medicine and sports training programs, outpatient surgeries, a comprehensive spine and pain program, and much more.


Intermountain Healthcare is an organization driven by a mission of excellence in the provision of healthcare services to communities in the Intermountain region. At Intermountain, we are committed to creating and maintaining a culture that continually reinforces our high ethical standards, as reflected in our Code of Ethics.

The mission of Intermountain includes a commitment to provide care to those who live in communities within this region who have a medical need, regardless of ability to pay.

Our Mission

Excellence in the provision of healthcare services to communities in the Intermountain region.

Our Vision

Our vision is to be a model healthcare system by continually learning and providing Extraordinary Care in all its dimensions:

Clinical Excellence: We will deliver the best clinical care in a consistent, integrated way -- always improving through innovation and evidence-based practice.

Patient Engagement: We will provide a compassionate healing experience that reflects the caring and noble nature of our work in every encounter with our patients, members, and guests. We will help patients optimize their health and participate in decisions about their care.

Physician Engagement: We honor the essential role of our physician colleagues and will create systems and processes that help them best serve their patients.

Operational Effectiveness: We will be wise and careful stewards of our resources to enable Extraordinary Care. We will maintain the financial strength we need to meet our high standards of quality while providing the lowest sustainable cost to residents in our communities.

Employee Engagement: We value our employees as our most important resource and will create a workplace that attracts and rewards caring and talented individuals.

Community Stewardship: We are committed to serving the diverse needs of the young and old, rich and poor, and those living in urban and rural communities in the Intermountain region, with sensitivity to cultural differences. We work independently and with community partners to care for the underserved, and we provide generally available medical services to all residents, regardless of ability to pay.

Our Values

Mutual respect: We treat others the way we want to be treated.
Accountability: We accept responsibility for our actions, attitudes, and mistakes.
Trust: We act with integrity and can count on each other.
Excellence: We do our best at all times and look for ways to improve.


A group of dedicated community leaders make up the volunteer governing board of Dixie Regional Medical Center. They represent the geographical and cultural diversity of Washington County and serve both the hospital and the community as they strive to ensure patient safety, hospital-wide quality reporting and medical credentialing.

The board's purpose is to see that Dixie Regional fulfills Intermountain Healthcare’s charitable mission: excellence in the provision of healthcare services to communities in the Intermountain region. This includes a commitment to provide care to those with a medical need, regardless of ability to pay. They help make key decisions. They give their valuable time and considerable expertise in service to others by directing the affairs of an organization that they hold in trust for the community. They set high expectations for us and hold us accountable to achieving measurable goals.

Dixie Regional Medical Center Governing Board members share a common devotion to community displayed through their involvement in the hospital and in other groups and organizations committed to making southern Utah a better place to live.

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