The practices that make up the Physician Group of Utah family are part of Steward Health Care. Physician Group of Utah was formed in 2008. Our integrated multi-specialty group practice is comprised of the practices within Physician Group of Utah, as well as the Heart and Lung Institute and Rocky Mountain Women’s Health Center. Our providers include Primary and Specialty care specialists. We offer over 25 specialties at 50 locations along the Wasatch front.
Our Utah hospital partners include: Davis Hospital & Medical Center, Jordan Valley Medical Center, Pioneer Valley Hospital, and Salt Lake Regional Medical Center. We are currently constructing our fifth hospital, Mountain Point Medical Center, which will open in Lehi in late spring 2015. Steward also operates Health Choice Utah, a managed health plan providing Medicaid services to residents in Davis, Salt Lake, Utah and Weber counties.
Our goal is to form real relationships – not simply business arrangements, with physicians. These relationships begin in recruitment, as we identify highly qualified physicians and pair them with the hospitals and communities that will support their practices. We turn to physicians for guidance and counsel as we work to constantly improve clinical processes and outcomes. And we take our relationship responsibilities seriously as we strive to develop hospitals where physicians will want to practice medicine.
We are committed to:
- The highest standards of patient care
- Unparalleled services, equipment and facilities
- An environment where your practice can thrive
Steward owns and operates “Physician Group” divisions in Texas, Arizona and Utah. We employ physicians in a wide range of specialties, in a variety of practice settings. In the past several years, Physician Group of Utah has added 40+ providers each year.
The State of Utah is experiencing unprecedented growth. In Forbes Magazines’ 2012 list of America’s Fastest Growing Cities, we find Salt Lake City rated as number five, Provo rated as number seven, and Ogden rated in 20th place. Medscape also lists Utah as the best state in which to practice medicine in its Southwest and South Central Regions.