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For patients

From making an appointment through recovery, our goal is to give you an easy, safe and pleasant experience during your time with us.

Welcome patients

Simply said, we put patients first at Lone Peak Hospital in Draper. We sincerely care for every patient and their family members as if they were part of our family.

That means we will deliver high-quality healthcare while paying personal attention to you. We will do our best to anticipate and meet your individual needs while making you as comfortable as possible.

Each of us recognizes the importance of caring for the whole patient, and not only focusing on the heath concern that brought him or her to our hospital. That's why we are committed to showing compassion and simple kindness whenever we interact with our patients and their families.

We are dedicated to high-quality care and healing at Lone Peak Hospital. Our entire team promises to put you and your wellbeing first at all times.

Our promise to you

At Lone Peak Hospital, we are united in promising to do the following for each and every patient:

  • Greet you promptly and courteously
  • Treat you as a person, with dignity and respect
  • Respond to your needs in a timely manner
  • Show you that we sincerely care by listening and valuing your concerns, and resolve them to the best of our ability
  • Include you as an active member of our healthcare team
  • Discuss all decisions regarding your health care with you, and your family if you desire
  • Promptly provide you with the most accurate information available
  • Provide you with a safe and secure healing environment

Hospitalist Care

Lone Peak Hospital is committed to consistently delivering high-quality patient care in Draper, Utah. Our hospitals are among the many medical professionals helping us to meet this important goal.

Please call our hospitalist care at (801) 268-7111 


To promote the healthy wellbeing of our patients, families and hospital staff at St. Mark's Hospital, smoking is only permitted at designated smoking areas on campus.

Surveys reveal that nine out of 10 smokers would like to quit smoking and nearly 30 percent of them will make an attempt each year. As a patient at St. Mark's Hospital, if you would like information or help to quit smoking, please ask your nurse. There are many programs available today to help people who intend to take a positive approach to their health.

To learn more about help quitting smoking, please call 1 (800) Quit-Now