The mission of Davis County Hospital is S.E.R.V.E. the community through:
- Stewardship of resources
- Excellence in the delivery of care
- Responsiveness to community needs
- Visionary leadership
The Davis County Hospital Staff is guided by expectations that provide an environment to best serve the community and our patients.
Commitment | Compassion | Service | Teamwork | Accountability | Respect
Davis County Hospital became a Critical Access Hospital in 2002. The decision to become a critical access was driven by the need to continue to provide healthcare to the community and maintain a healthy financial position to provide that care. The Critical Access Hospital Program was created by the 1997 federal Balanced Budget Act as a safety net device, to assure Medicare beneficiaries access to health care services in rural areas. It was designed to allow more flexible staffing options relative to community need, simplify billing methods and create incentives to develop local integrated health delivery systems, including acute, primary, emergency and long-term care.