PROVO, Utah (News4Utah) — A sneak peek into the new Intermountain Utah Valley Clinic at Utah Valley Hospital in Provo. The nine-story building houses more than a dozen major services all under one roof to bring top rated care to patients.
The new Utah Valley Clinic in the Sorensen Legacy Tower will bring state of the art care.
“They’re in great hands. I’m very jealous. It’s almost like a wonderful hotel,” said Amanda Rutledge.
Rutledge, of Lehi, had heart surgery 5 years ago.
“I had a mechanical heart valve replacement.”
Her future appointments will now be in the new building.
Josh Rohatinski, project manager for hospital replacement, “A lot of the services provided in this building are disjointed and separated around the campus. There’s not a lot of coordination.”
Now this brings hospital outpatient services and Intermountain medical group physician clinics together.
There’s a new cancer center, education center and exciting simulation labs to help train physicians.
A Live Well Center will help patients with all stages of care. There’s a fitness center and even a demonstration kitchen to emphasize healthy eating.
Rohatinski is overseeing the entire hospital replacement.
“This is beyond anything we’ve had in Utah Valley.”
The Utah Valley Clinic will open to patients on February 12. The new clinic is phase I of a $430 million hospital replacement.
The second phase includes a 12-story patient tower slated to open in December.