St. Mark's Hospital
Salt Lake City,
The 300-bed St Marks Hospital is located in the center of the Salt Lake Valley. St Marks has a full compliment of subspecialties and is the only hospital in Utah to be ranked in the 100 Top Overall Hospital, and 100 Top Cardiovascular Hospital for three consecutive years. St Marks Hospital was recently given the Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence by HealthGrades for ranking as one of the top 5 in the nation for overall clinical excellence
Long Recognized as a great place to live and work, Salt Lake regularly makes it into the top 20 of some of the countries prominent lists of places to live and work.
Nestled between the Wasatch Mountains in the east and the Oquirrhs in the west, Salt Lake City features 11 world-class ski resorts within an hour of the city. Snow lovers arrive en masse every winter to experience the world-renowned powder. Salt Lake City, the state's capital, offers a more diverse population and additional entertainment amenities, from fine dining to arts and culture. In the summer, skiers make way for hikers, rock climbers and mountain bikers, but the rugged mountains remain the reason for visiting - and sometimes, staying. No 15 on CNNMoney.Com.
The Salt Lake City area was ranked in the top 5 as the best place to start a business, live in North America in the sixth edition of Places Rated Almanac; Entrepreneur magazine named the Salt Lake/Ogden area as the second best large city in which to locate a business; Salt Lake City was name one of the top 25 "Wired Cities" in America by Yahoo! Magazine; Fortune magazine listed Salt Lake third in its rankings of best cities in America for business; 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"; Newswatch has cited Salt Lake City as the number one city with the best environment for business; Adweek magazine identified the city as "poised to become a city of the future,"; and Morgan Quinto Press named Utah as the fourth most livable state.