Teton Valley Health Care promotes the health of the community by delivering quality, patient-centered medical services with compassion, integrity and respect. We operate in a sustainable manner to ensure continued economic viability.
Teton Valley Health Care (TVHC) is the focal point and primary provider of high-quality, professional medical services for the Teton Valley community. TVHC is open and accessible, and provides compassionate, timely, and effective treatment. TVHC is recognized for patient-centered service and treats everyone with honesty, dignity, and respect.
Through prudent management of its staff and facilities, TVHC provides for the full range of medical care available within the limits of its financial resources. We adapt our scope of services to respond to healthcare needs through community engagement, innovation and collaboration. We maximize opportunities for improved patient care, safety, and cost-efficient health care delivery.
TVHC continually improves the quality of patient care by providing ongoing development, training, and educational opportunities for its staff. TVHC staff takes individual and collective responsibility for its actions and works as a cooperative, integrated team that uses its skills for the benefit of the patient and organization.
TVHC staff members treat each other, the patient, and the organization with dignity and respect. Everyone's contributions to the quality of patient care and success of the organization are recognized, appreciated, and celebrated.
Teton Valley Health Care is redefining traditional views about rural healthcare. We offer a selection of specialties in addition to a full scope of primary care services. Our telehealth programs - telestroke, teleburn, teleAcutecare, teleoncology, telecrisis and telepsychiatry - are supported by affiliations with recognized centers of excellence including University of Utah Health, Intermountain Healthcare, Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center, and Portneuf Medical Center.
TVHC is a private nonprofit organization consisting of Teton Valley Hospital, a 13-bed critical access facility with 24/7 ER; two rural health clinics, and one centrally located retail medical clinic.