OB-GYN Specialists in Salt Lake City, UT

Find an OB-GYN near you in Salt Lake City that fits your women’s health needs.

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Healthcare at a Glance in Salt Lake City, UT

Salt Lake City is known to be a healthy city surrounded by a beautiful landscape encouraging healthy habits. The #1 hospital in Salt Lake City based on the U.S. News rating is University of Utah Hospital. Local healthcare systems include University of Utah Health, Salt Lake Regional Medical Center, Mountain Star (affiliated with St. Mark’s Hospital), and Intermountain Healthcare. These healthcare systems include primary and speciality care clinics throughout Salt Lake City, Murray, and Millcreek. Children’s hospitals in the area include Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital, ranked #1 by U.S. News, and Shriners Hospitals for Children-Salt Lake City, a specialized orthopaedic hospital. St. Mark’s Hospital has a comprehensive women’s care center, Women’s Pavilion, including a level III NICU, educational classes, and women’s physical therapy. Both Intermountain and University of Utah have centers dedicated to heart health. Veterans have access to the VA Salt Lake City Health Care System (VASLCHCS), which includes George E. Wahlen Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center and community-based outpatient clinics in Utah, Idaho, and Nevada. For those who are uninsured or underinsured, care options like the Maliheh Free Clinic offer free same-day urgent medical care. SLC has one medical school in the area affiliated with local hospitals, University of Utah Medical Schools.

OB-GYN FAQS

What is an OB-GYN?

Finding an obstetrician-gynecologist (OB-GYN) will help you manage your women’s healthcare needs. An OB-GYN is trained to deliver babies and specializes in treating and managing disorders involving a woman's reproductive organs.

OB-GYNs are licensed to perform routine women's reproductive checks such as: Pap tests (aka Pap smears), sexually transmitted infection (STI) checks, pelvic exams, ultrasounds; procedures such as IUD insertions; and surgeries such as a hysterectomy or removal of ovarian cysts.