Adult Substance Abuse Unit
Substance abuse is a significant problem for many and adults in Northern Utah. The constant struggle and cycle of addiction makes non-medical detox extremely difficult for many who regularly abuse alcohol and other drugs. But hope is possible at Davis Hospital and Medical Center in Layton, UT.
Davis Hospital is proud to introduce Bronchial Thermoplasty, a non drug treatment that helps with severe, persistent asthma. We are first in the top of Utah to offer this innovative treatment that provides better day-to-day breathing and a higher quality of life.
At Davis Hospital and Medical Center we have put together a team of specialists that are trained to help you through your diagnosis, treatment and continuing care. Our services include radiation oncology, medical oncology, surgeons, radiologists, pathology and patient navigators.
The Diabetes Care Centers of Utah offer four convenient locations, including one at Davis Hospital. Our program provides a network of physicians and experts who specialize in treating diabetes, as well as self management tools and education to help patients live successfully with this condition.
Today’s advanced imaging technology makes it possible to see inside the human body more clearly than ever before. Our sophisticated equipment enables doctors to diagnose and treat disease faster and with even greater accuracy.
Since 1976, Davis Hospital and Medical Center has provided first-class emergency care for Davis and Weber counties and the surrounding areas. Treating thousands of patients per month, the Davis Hospital and Medical Center Emergency Department has made a name for itself as a top facility for all patients experiencing emergency medical situations.
For years, physicians, nurses, and other health care specialists at Davis Hospital and Medical Center’s GI Lab have proudly served Layton and the surrounding Wasatch Front communities. Today, Layton’s trusted GI Lab offers a more comprehensive and advanced range of gastroenterology services than ever before.
Heart disease remains a leading threat to the health of Americans. That’s why it’s so important to have leaders in heart care so close to home, 24/7, whenever you need it. Our experienced heart team is committed to delivering expert care for your heart. We offer a broad spectrum of cardiac services and believe in treating the whole person, not just the disease.
Intensive Care Unit
Our 10-bed intensive care unit provides highly skilled nursing for critically ill patients. Using advanced patient monitoring technology and sophisticated medical equipment, we provide continuous, comprehensive care for patients with serious conditions, including those recovering from heart attacks, heart surgery, stroke, severe accidents or complex illnesses.
Using advanced imaging technology and surgical instruments, the interventional radiologists at Davis Hospital work with physicians to provide minimally invasive and non-surgical solutions.
Our full service laboratory is equipped with advanced technology to provide a wide range of high quality testing to our patients and physicians. We are accredited by the College of American Pathologists (CAP).
Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
Since 1976, Davis Hospital and Medical Center has provided exceptional healthcare for residents in Layton and the surrounding area. Today, those healthcare services include comprehensive orthopedic and sports medicine care for athletes of all levels.
Outpatient Medical Nutrition Therapy
Medical nutrition therapy provides assistance for people that must make changes in their diet to maximize their health, and that is where our outpatient dietitians can help make navigating food choices easier for you!
Pain management specialists with Davis Hospital and Medical Center have helped hundreds of patients get relief from chronic pain in Layton, Utah, and the surrounding communities.
As a parent, you want the very best for your child, and that’s why Davis Hospital is committed to providing the tender care needed for sick and injured children. Our specialized pediatric unit is available for patients sixteen and under.
The caring, compassionate staff of Davis Behavioral Health Unit, part of the Behavioral Health network of Utah, is committed to providing patient-centered care and treating all aspects of the patient from a biological, psychological, social, and spiritual perspective. We provide crisis management services and inpatient psychiatry.
Throughout our hospital, you’ll find healthcare services designed to meet the special needs of older adults, including healthful opportunities to stay active, engaged and informed.
The Center for Sleep at Davis Hospital offers comprehensive services for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that interfere with sleep. The most common disorders include obstructive sleep apnea syndrome, narcolepsy, periodic limb movement disorder, restless legs syndrome, behaviorally-conditioned awakenings, sleepwalking, night terrors, bedwetting and insomnia.
Stroke Receiving Facility
The brain needs a constant supply of blood, which carries the oxygen and nutrients it needs to function. Each artery supplies blood to specific areas of the brain. A stroke occurs when one of these arteries to the brain either is blocked or bursts.’
We offer a wide range of surgical procedures. Many can be performed on a convenient outpatient basis. For major operations, our large surgery department includes special rooms for complex surgeries and orthopedic procedures.
Our surgery staff is committed to helping you understand the entire surgical experience. We encourage you and your family to ask questions. This will help you to feel more comfortable while you are in the hospital and better prepared for recovery once you are home.
Da Vinci Surgical Services
The da Vinci Surgical System provides surgeons with an alternative to both traditional open surgery and conventional laparoscopy, putting a surgeon’s hands at the controls of a state-of-the-art robotic platform.
Since 1977, Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy, located on the campus of Davis Hospital and Medical Center, has been raising the bar for therapy services in Layton, Utah. Today, with an advanced 8,000 sq. ft. facility (which includes a 24’ x 42’ pool), our team is able to offer even more specialized care. A growing staff of 25 specially trained therapists at Wasatch Peak covers a diverse range of therapy services, including physical, occupational, speech, and more.
The physical therapists at Davis Hospital and Medical Center are experienced in treating athletes, surgical patients, and individuals with chronic health conditions.
Occupational therapy services, made available through Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy, help patients with a new disability (or long-diagnosed disability) gain independence and live healthier, safer lives in their homes and communities.
Davis Hospital and Medical Center offers specialized services to help our patients recover from serious illnesses and injuries such as a stroke, brain and spinal cord injuries, neurological disorders, orthopedic injuries and surgery, amputations and other debilitating conditions.
Patients who have suffered a stroke or head injury, have hearing loss, have a speech impediment, or have a mental disability such as cerebral palsy may benefit from outpatient speech therapy.
Pelvic pain, incontinence, and discomfort during intercourse are problems that many women face at some point in their lifetimes. At Wasatch Peak Physical Therapy, located on the Davis Hospital and Medical Center campus, patients work through these health issues with a women’s health physical therapist.
The importance of having routine gynecologist visits cannot be understated. Women who schedule annual visits with their gynecologist are more likely to have threatening symptoms and conditions, such as ovarian cancer, recognizedand treated in a timely manner. Learn more below about a few of the gynecologic services available through Davis Hospital and Medical Center.
When it comes to the diagnosis and treatment of abnormal lumps and bumps, there’s no better place to be in northern Utah than Davis Hospital and Medical Center.
We’ve been bringing new life into the world for more than 30 years. There’s a reason that so many families choose us for this all-important event. It’s because we view each new life as a miracle to celebrate, and our experienced team of doctors, nurses and other professionals are dedicated to helping your baby get the best possible start.
For most people, wound healing is a natural, uneventful process. For some, however, it becomes a complex medical problem requiring specialized medical treatment. If you suffer with a hard-to-heal wound, we may be able to help.