“Why Timpanogos Regional Hospital?”

Timpanogos Regional Hospital began its existence as a small community hospital in Orem. Over the last 13 years, Timpanogos Regional Hospital has grown exponentially. We have added a cardiac program to our list of services as well as a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) since we first opened our doors. Recently, we earned a 5–Star rating from HealthGrades (an independent party ranking hospitals in 19 states) in our ability to care for stoke patients.

We have made positive improvements to our hospital. We have added the third and fourth floor to accommodate more patients. It has been through changes in processes, investments in patient safety, and expansion of services that have simply enhanced the care giving provided by the good people of Timpanogos Regional Hospital.

We are the first hospital in Utah County to add the da Vinci® Surgical Robot to our surgical suite. We began performing robotic–assisted surgery on November 1, 2010–we have performed more than 200 hysterectomy, prostatectomy, and other general surgeries. We are committed to get our patients back to normal life as soon as we can.

If you need Emergency Services, our ER has some of the shortest wait times around. On average, you will be seen by one of our board–certified physicians in less than 30 minutes. You won't spend hours waiting to be seen. We’ll get you in, and get you on your way to recovery just as fast as we can.

Hear from our patients

Daniel's story

Daniel considered himself healthy and active, but a routine physical revealed he had a problem with the mitral-valve in his heart. His doctor explained the procedure to repair it, and what the affects would be without it. Daniel credits the staff with saving his life, and appreciates their professionalism and responsiveness.

Adam & Jenni's story

Adam and Jenni describe their experience of having a baby born seven weeks early in the NICU at Timpanogos Regional Hospital. Jennie was on bed rest for months, and commends the staff for their expertise and compassion during her stay. Their baby is now happy and healthy!