About Davis County Hospital & Clinics
Davis County Hospital & Clinics came to life with the help of many passionate Davis County residents who knew the value a local hospital would bring to their communities and health. They were determined to make it happen, and passed a vote to build the hospital in 1947.
After a long history of building better, healthier lives for Davis County residents, Davis County Hospital & Clinics became a Critical Access Hospital (CAH) in 2002. Read about the benefits of being a CAH in our FAQ.
Our Vision will be realized when:
- Patients, family, and friends have exceptional experiences at Davis County Hospital & Clinics;
- Highly qualified, engaged employees look forward to coming to work every day;
- Medical Providers voice their pride in being members of the Davis County Hospital & Clinics Medical Staff;
- Our community views Davis County Hospital & Clinics as an indispensable resource.
Davis County Hospital & Clinics is committed to working together to deliver high-quality, patient-centered care with integrity and trust.
We are a MercyOne Affiliate, which allows us to partner with MercyOne – Des Moines through a management and CAH agreement. The Davis County Hospital & Clinics Board of Trustees maintains complete control of Davis County Hospital & Clinics operations, while taking advantage of the cost savings, management expertise and educational offerings available to a larger, tertiary facility such as MercyOne.