Primary Children's gets national nod in U.S. News' best hospital rankings

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  • CF Mom Sandy, UT
    June 12, 2013 9:45 a.m.

    When my daughter became seriously ill in Brazil and no diagnosis was forthcoming, it was Primary Children's hospital that was the shining light on the hill. PCMC that was the hope I held on to as I made the trip home. CF is a brutal monster of a taskmaster and Primary's was a second home over the years. They made it less scary to "go in" for clean outs and sick visits. When it was time for her funeral the congregation was filled with the doc, nurses, vampires (lab techs), child life specialists, etc. that she (we)had come to know and love. They were and have remained a part of my family.

  • LAL South Jordan, UT
    June 12, 2013 8:09 a.m.

    "Its 289-bed facility saw 5,274 impatient and 12,670 outpatient surgeries...." I believe that should read 'inpatient'.

  • fowersjl Farmington, Utah
    June 12, 2013 5:48 a.m.

    Primary Chidren's is #1 on my list of children's hospitals because of the special care from the nurses and doctors, saving the lives of my children. Three docs that stand out for our family are Dr. Dale Johnson, Dr. Jack Walker, and Dr. Angela Yetman. Caring individuals with amazing ability, they have had a huge impact on our family over a span of 35 years.