Landmark Hospital of Salt Lake City, which opened in May 2013, is the premier Long Term Acute Care (LTAC) hospital in the area. The new facility features a state of the art building and the latest in medical diagnostic and treatment services.
The facility, based on a different architectural model from the other Landmark Hospitals, has 38 single occupancy rooms, providing a more private, comfortable experience during the patient’s stay. A patient’s average length of stay is about 27 days, depending on the patient’s level of acuity. Most patients come to Landmark from a short-term acute care hospital and are discharged to home, skilled nursing or rehab. The nurse to patient ratio is one of the best in the industry. Weekly patient care conferences by the clinical team help ensure each patient receives the best care to maximize their healing.
Landmark Hospital has developed strong relationships in the medical community and works in partnership with other hospitals and doctors. The care the hospital provides will continue to make a positive difference for critically ill patients and their families.