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Bill Zelman
· May 7, 2015
We're visiting Bryce Canyon NP a medical issue came up, and we needed to visit a medical clinic.. A number of staff at the lodge recommended Garfield clinic in Panguitch, Utah. We were fortunate to be... seen by Dr. Marshall, who had a very comfortable, warm professional manner. We did not feel rushed, though we were walk-ins. After diagnosing the problem, he wrote a prescription and we were in and out in about half an hour. Furthermore, we could not have been treated any better by the administrative and nursing staffs. Though no one likes to take time out to visit a clinic during their vacation, this was a real pleasure both due to the welcoming atmosphere and care we received. See More
Noelle Huff
· July 11, 2016
I'm very grateful to the staff at this hospital for taking such good care of my son. We were visiting Bryce Canyon and had a minor medical issue. We didn't have to wait. They were very thorough and ra...n every test they could and were able to diagnose him. Everyone was very nice and kind. I love the small town feel and the care they gave us. See More
Scotty Harville
· September 22, 2015
This hospital, it Staff, the facilities and the Patient Care are Excellent and beyond words. My self and Joe Sandberg even go there for Lunch. The food is great. What else can I say.
Amanda Garrett
· July 12, 2017
Friendly, Competent, Thorough. Fast but efficient. Super kid friendly �
Charlie Stevenson
· October 26, 2016
This Hospital and its Staff is a class act they took care of me with my back issue last night in such a professional and timely matter a person could ask for thank Dr Marshall and your staff !!!
Donald Henrie
· January 21, 2015
It is nice to see that where my mother is being cared for is such a good place and she is being taken care of so well thank All of you so much for your wellness in giving her such good care
This is the story that ran on KUTV about how Garfield Memorial Hospital worked with Dixie Regional Medical Center to save the life of a one pound 13 ounce preemie born to Kayla and Austen Armstrong. Incredible story!

Spread the word: Garfield Memorial Hospital's Mobile Clinic will be opening for the season May 1. The Mobile Clinic will be located at Ruby’s Inn on Wednesdays and Fridays from 10:30 a.m., until as needed, and at Glendale on Thursdays from 10:30 a.m., until as needed. The services our Mobile Clinic offers include blood draws, A1C checks, wellchecks, sports, scouts and CDL physicals, urinalysis, and immunizations. Please call 435-418-0205 to set up an appointment. Walk-ins are always welcome.

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March is National Nutrition Month! This year's theme is "Go Further With Food."

Eating healthy can seem like an easy task until you’re at the point where you’re sitting there thinking, “I have nothing to eat.” In this moment of hungry weakness, you’re more likely to reach for that bag of chips or some other unhealthy snack. Learn what you can do to fight this urge -->

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You know you need to be active, but you avoid exercising because you think it needs to be a difficult, sweat-inducing experience. But, is walking daily "good enough" exercise? Yes. Check this out. -->

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Even though kids rarely get heart disease, the process leading to adult heart disease can actually begin in childhood. This infographic shows you how to start your kids on a heart-healthy path now.

Individuals and Families If you purchased a plan through the Marketplace, you'll need to visit or to make your first payment.

February is American Heart Month!

Do you know your cholesterol levels? How about your blood pressure? Are you diabetic? It’s the combination of risk factors that puts you at greater risk for having a heart attack or stroke. Read more here -->

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At Intermountain Healthcare, we call all those who help the operations of the hospital “caregivers.” Karen Barnes and Emma Roundy, both cooks in the Dietary department at Garfield Memorial Hospital, are two such caregivers. Deann Brown, Nurse Administrator at Garfield Memorial, says “Both Karen and Emma do a great job, they are both hard workers, efficient and reliable. They are responsive and friendly to all at the hospital; always taking the time to say 'Hi!' and ask how you are doing. Most importantly, Karen and Emma recognize the importance of good nutrition in the healing process. They take the time every day to visit with patients in order to meet their nutritional needs.” Thank you, Karen and Emma, for the great work you do at Garfield Memorial!

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Most of us start the year wanting to be healthier, but how do you keep that motivation for the long-term? Here's how to stay motivated with your health goals all year long (or get back on track!).

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There has no doubt been problems in the pharmaceutical business for years. Rising costs, limited supplies, but now Intermountain Healthcare will be leading alongside several healthcare organizations to help combat these issues. -->

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This year, flu season came early – and it’s worse than usual.

If you are experiencing flu like symptoms, try Connect Care today:

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Hatch Activity Days girls made the cutest sock dolls for patients that need some love. They were adorable! Thank you so much to these wonderful girls and their leaders for the thoughtful gifts for our patients.

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​January is Diversity Month — a great time to celebrate what makes us different. Garfield Memorial Administrator Alberto Vasquez reflects on the importance of diversity.

"I appreciate Intermountain's recent announcement that Martin Luther King, Jr. Day will be recognized as a paid holiday," Alberto says. "This goes well into showing Intermountain's commitment to valuing and celebrating diversity."

Diversity is very important to Alberto, as he is a minority and one of 15 chil...dren born to a migrant worker family.

"I was very young when we lived in the labor camps, but I remember playing there and spending time with our cousins," he says. "I am grateful that my parents decided not to ​continue to move back and forth from Texas, but decided to settle in western Idaho so my siblings and I could receive an education. Although we continued working in the fields through high school, we didn't miss days of school like we did when we traveled. This experience developed my work ethic and my appreciation for the work I have now. The communities in which I lived had good relations with the migrant workers. Although some issues existed, we managed to be successful."

Alberto remembers a moment in high school when he decided he wanted what his fellow classmates had.

"I was watching the other kids, the white kids, and wanting what they had. I think that was the time I realized I wanted what we call the American dream. I am sure at that time I didn't know what all that meant, but I remember that moment. My father told me he didn't have a home and an education growing up, and he definitely wanted that for us. I am fortunate that my parents allowed me to go to school. Not all of my relatives and fellow workers had that opportunity. I am grateful that I received the education I have and the opportunities I've been given."

It means a lot to Alberto that Intermountain Healthcare takes diversity seriously.

"I am grateful Intermountain has been my employer and has given me the opportunity to fulfill my dream," he says. "I have never felt less valued due to my heritage. During my 31 years with Intermountain, I never felt discriminated against."

It's not just the current workforce that's benefitting from diversity, but​ future generations as well.

"Supporting diversity creates future opportunities and value to many generations," Alberto says. "I was the second in my family to receive a college degree and the first to receive an advanced degree. The college experience was foreign to me. I had no idea what to even ask about. Work experiences were familiar in that aspect. I knew how to work in the fields, but sitting in a board room in a white collar environment was totally foreign. However, now that I have that experience along with a college experience, I can share that with my children. My children, ​nephews and my nieces have all benefited from mine and my siblings experiences."

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Happy New Year from all of us at Garfield Memorial Hospital!

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We hope you all have a wonderful day celebrating with your friends and family.

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