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About St. John’s Health

100 Years of Providing Teton County Health Services

St. John’s Health is Jackson Hole’s first hospital, first built in 1916 by the local St. John’s Episcopal Church. Today, we are more than a hospital, providing a breadth of primary and specialty care along with wellness services. The current hospital was built in 1991, and since then, we have expanded it to include a new birth center, cancer pavilion, wellness corridor, and more. As we look to the future, we continuously look for new ways to improve health care in Wyoming as guided by our purpose, vision, and values.

St. John's has long championed the values of personalized care. We don’t see you as just a patient, but a member of our community we can work with to create a customized, comfortable, and effective treatment plan.

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Where We Are Today

Our current facility has 108 beds, including 48 Acute/Primary Care Unit beds and 60 long-term care beds in the Living Center. In a typical fiscal year, we admit roughly 1,900 patients, deliver 450 babies, perform 2,750 surgeries, and handle more than 8,500 emergencies. Our treatment and care are designed to expedite recovery, and most inpatients only need to spend 2 and half days in the hospital.

FY 2019

FY 2018

FY 2017

FY 2016

Patient Days

6,472 4,976 4,697

4,961

Patient Admissions

2,329 1,884 1,862

1,851

Average Length of Stay in Days

2.44 2.62 2.51

2.62

Births

384 420 443

444

Surgical Services Department Visits

3,650 2,937 2,879

2,796

Emergency Department Visits

8,865 9,119 8,738

8,815

Note: This is the latest available data. The St. John’s Health's fiscal year begins July 1 and goes through June 30.

View the complete list of financial reports.

We employ an average of over 650 people so that we can provide a broad range of services so that people of our community do not need to travel far for expert health care. Whether you need hospital care or general physician services, you can find it through St. John's. Our medical experts include audiologists, registered nurses, oncologists, cardiologists, radiologists, and cognitive health specialists, to name just a few. With over more than 150 providers, we offer comprehensive care in Teton County.

Anti-Discrimination Policies

In accordance with federal regulations, it is the policy of St. John's to treat all persons seeking admission or medical treatment without regard to age, race, ethnicity, religion, culture, language, physical or mental disability, socioeconomic status, sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity or expression. The same requirements for admission are applied to all, and persons are assigned within the facility without regard to age, race, ethnicity, religion, culture, language, physical or mental disability, socioeconomic status, sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity or expression.

Likewise, visitors may not be restricted or denied based on race, color, national origin, religion, ex, gender identity, sexual orientation, or disability. If a patient is incapacitated and unable to select visitors or designate a Support Person, we may consider a legal relationship (even if the relationship is not recognized in our jurisdiction) as proof to establish the appropriateness of a visitor or Support Person designation.

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