McKay-Dee Hospital is a large, not-for-profit community hospital owned and operated by Intermountain Healthcare. Located on Harrison Boulevard in the east of Ogden, McKay-Dee Hospital serves Weber County and other parts of northern Utah, as well as portions of southeast Idaho and western Wyoming.
McKay-Dee Hospital can trace its roots to 1910, when Annie Taylor Dee opened the Thomas D. Dee Memorial Hospital in memory of her deceased husband. This original hospital, known affectionately as “the Dee,” was located on 24th Street in Ogden. After nearly 60 years of operation, the Dee closed and transferred its patients to a newer hospital, the David O. McKay Hospital, at the site of the current building. The Dee reopened adjacent to the David O. McKay Hospital in 1971, and these two hospitals officially became McKay-Dee Hospital.
Today, McKay-Dee Hospital is listed on the Truven Health Analytics lists of the “100 Top Hospitals” in the country. As such, this hospital offers a number of nationally ranked programs and services, such as its Heart and Vascular Institute and Newborn ICU. Other programs and services offered at McKay-Dee Hospital include the Huntsman-Intermountain Cancer Center, McKay-Dee Spine Institute, Emergency and Trauma Services, and the Stewart Rehabilitation Center. McKay Dee Hospital also offers sleep services, surgical services, behavioral health services, sports medicine services, and more.
Beyond these services, McKay-Dee Hospital also offers a variety of other amenities, including room service, a gift shop, lost and found, a pharmacy, spiritual support, language translation services, social services, patient relations, and more.
In addition, McKay-Dee Hospital offers numerous community resources, such as CPR and first aid classes, babysitting classes for teens, maternity classes, prenatal and postnatal yoga, baby-care courses, free health screenings once a year for women, and much, much more.
To learn more about all the services McKay-Dee Hospital offers, call 801-387-5300 or click here.