COVID-19 and Pregnancy - An Update for our Patients
We would like to take this opportunity to update you about your maternity care during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and assure you that our dedicated team of expert nurses, physicians and midwives are committed to providing the safest and most effective care.
To schedule an appointment or health screening, call (866) 887-3999.
For Every Stage of a Woman's Life
At Ogden Regional Medical Center, we believe that women are special. We know you put your heart into taking care of everyone around you. That's why we put that same passion and devotion into taking better care of you.
Our team of medical professionals focuses on preventive care that promotes optimal health during each new stage of a woman's life. We will support your choices and provide personalized care for you and your baby during childbirth. We are also here when you need effective medical treatments that can heal and restore you, or help to manage chronic conditions so you can still live life to the fullest.
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Whether you are ensuring wellness, navigating pregnancy or menopause, screening for cancer or fighting osteoporosis, our knowledgeable, experienced staff has got you covered head to toe. We even take good care of you if your child is hospitalized. You can rest and enjoy many amenities in Utah's first Ronald McDonald Family Room, right down the hall from your child.
Our hospital provides smart care for smart women. That translates to high-quality care you can count on. Through a combination of leading-edge medical knowledge, innovative technology and sincere dedication to meeting a woman's unique healthcare needs, we are ready to help you achieve better health at every stage of your life.
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Women's Care Awards
- Recognized with the 2014 Healthgrades Maternity Care Excellence Award (HealthGrades, 2014)
- Only hospital in Utah among Top 5 percent of hospitals evaluated for maternity care (HealthGrades, 2014)
- Five-star rated for maternity care for 12 years in a row (HealthGrades, 2003 to 2014)