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Jordan Valley Medical Center -- West Campus

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About Jordan Valley Medical Center – West Valley Campus

In 1963 Pioneer Valley Hospital opened its doors in West Valley City, Utah, as a modest facility with three operating rooms and 40 beds. The hospital was rebuilt in 1980 and rapidly expanded in the years that followed. 

In 2004 the hospital completed an 18-month long, $14 million construction project, which included more than 88,000 square feet of expansion and renovations, as well as a significant investment in state-of-the-art medical technology. It is now home to one of the busiest emergency departments in the state, receiving 36,000 emergency room visits per year. 

Today, under the name of “Jordan Valley Medical Center West Valley Campus”, this facility is known for its long-term commitment to providing expert healthcare with kindness and compassion.


Welcome to West Valley City, Utah

Located less than 20 minutes from Salt Lake City, West Valley City is a booming city of 130,000, making it the second-largest city in the state of Utah. It is home to the Maverik Center, which hosted games in the 2002 Winter Olympics and currently hosts the EHCL’s Utah Grizzlies. It is also home to the USANA Amphitheatre, an outdoor venue that accommodates audiences of 20,000 for music festivals and touring artists. With plenty of parks, shopping, restaurants, and all the conveniences you could need, there’s no reason to travel far when you call West Valley City home. 

Clean, safe and friendly, West Valley City is a great environment for raising a family. Affordable housing, an excellent public school system, and relatively low congestion all contribute to a high quality of life. Diverse entertainment offerings in the theater, arts and professional and collegiate sports are available in-town and a few miles over in Salt Lake City. 

Drive just a few minutes outside of West Valley City, and you’ll find seven world-class ski resorts. Other favorite day trips include Utah’s northern mountains and southern Canyonlands, which offer world-famous summer recreation opportunities, including hiking, camping, mountain biking, whitewater rafting, rock climbing and more. Closer to home – just a 50-minute drive away – you can enjoy Park City, home of the 2002 Winter Olympics and an internationally recognized ski and snowboard town in its own right. 

Come enjoy a career in beautiful West Valley City, Utah! With four distinct seasons and stunning mountain views, Utah’s second-largest city is the best place to live and work out West.