About Lone Peak Hospital

Lone Peak Hospital’s 40-acre campus is a bustling picture of strong leadership, phenomenal teamwork and superior healing. Our acute care hospital houses 20 medical/surgical beds, full imaging and ER services, a PCU, 4 OR’s, a NICU and 10 uniquely designed LDRP suites that allow new moms to labor, deliver, recover and receive postpartum care all in the same room. For a list of additional services provided at Lone Peak Hospital, visit our services page.

Our culture of compassion revolves around our mission “to improve the lives we touch.” Every member of our 300+ team unites to improve the lives of Draper and South Valley neighbors every day, combining optimal clinical care with warmth and personal attention. The Lone Peak Surgery Center and two onsite medical office buildings add convenience and access to additional services for community members. Lone Peak Hospital is part of the MountainStar Healthcare family, which includes hospitals in Utah, Idaho and Alaska.

Working and Living in Draper

Draper, Utah, is a thriving modern-day community that retains a charming “small town” feel. The 45,000 residents of this community enjoy year-round community events and amenities, including the world-class Living Planet Aquarium; more than 88 miles of pristine cycling, hiking and horseback riding trails; and plenty of entertainment to keep adults and kids happy!

There’s also something in this recreational paradise for everyone: world-class fly fishing, camping, hunting, backpacking, hiking, cross country and downhill skiing, snowmobiling, snowboarding, wildlife viewing, rock-climbing, cave-exploring, mountain biking, hang gliding and parasailing. Whether you crave adventure or long for serenity, you’ll immediately find yourself at home.

Did you know that:

  • Financial World rated Utah as the best fiscally-managed state in the nation.
  • Western Blue Chip Economic Forecast and American Demographics magazine refer to Utah as “one of the top three economies in the nation.”
  • Morgan Quinto Press named Utah as the fourth-most livable state.