New hospital breaking ground in Lehi



This illustration depicts a rendering of the exterior of the future hospital. (Photo courtesy of IASIS Healthcare.)

This illustration depicts a rendering of the exterior of the future IASIS Healthcare Hospital. (Photo courtesy IASIS Healthcare)

IASIS Healthcare went public today with its announcement of a new full-service hospital in Lehi to serve residents of northern Utah County.

Layton Construction has already begun work on the project and is expected to finish in the spring of 2015. The new 40-bed Mountain Point Medical Center, will be located across from Thanksgiving Point on the east side of I-15 and will span 28 acres.

“In this new era of health care delivery, we are proud to be expanding our family of health care services to meet the growing needs of northern Utah County,” said Ed Lamb, Western Division President of IASIS, which owns hospitals, outpatient service facilities and physician clinics across the western and southern United States. “This is an example of fulfilling our mission to provide high quality, affordable care.”

The medical center will include a full-service emergency department, intensive care unit, Women’s Center, cardiac catheterization lab, comprehensive diagnostic imaging lab, surgical and labor and delivery suites, children’s services and an adjacent medical building offering a range of physician services.



Samantha Strong Murphey is a lover of greenery, glitter and goat cheese, an advocate of media literacy, human rights and karaoke for all. She earned bachelor's degree in communications from Brigham Young University and is a former writer and editor at Utah Valley Magazine. Now, she works as a full-time freelance writer and blogger based in Atlanta, Georgia.

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