Utah Partners for Health: Affordable Health & Dental Care in Utah

Providing Access to Healthcare for Those in Need

Our Care – In-Clinic Program

Mobile Medical Units (Medical and Eye Care)

Utah Partners for Health partners with Mobile Medical Units that travel around Salt Lake County neighborhoods and housing areas to provide access to healthcare for disparate communities who are in desperate need of primary healthcare services. At the mobile clinics, healthy lifestyles education, eye care including eye exams and prescriptions for lenses, screening for chronic and acute illness, treatment and referrals are performed for hundreds of families and individuals each year.

Utah Partners for Health Behavioral Health Clinic

Mental Health Counseling for Depression/Anxiety/Mood Disorders, Substance Abuse Disorders, Relational Problems, Grief and Loss, Chronic Pain/Illness, Trauma, Child Behavior Problems, Domestic Violence, Stress Reduction.

Utah Partners for Health Dental Clinic

Full Dental Services – Preventive, X-ray, cleanings, extractions, fillings, crowns, dentures, scaling, bridges, implants, sealants.

Mid-Valley Health Clinic

The Mid-Valley Health Clinic is a Federally Qualified Health Center providing primary healthcare services for all patients regardless of the ability to pay.  We operate under a discounted sliding fee schedule for patients under 200% of Federal Poverty Level.  We also accept Medicaid, Medicare, PCN, CHIP, and other health insurance plans. Proof of income is required for the sliding fee discount program.

 

The Clinic’s hours are:

Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 8 AM to 5 PM

Tuesday: 8 AM to 8 PM

Thursday: 12 PM to 8 PM

Saturday: 9 AM to 1 PM

 

Utah Partners for Health provides access to healthcare for the following:

  • Family Practice Medical Care
    • Acute care – illness, infection, fractures, lacerations, etc.
    • Chronic illness care – diabetes, hypertension, etc.
    • Mental illness care – bipolar, ADHD, depression, anxiety, etc.
    • Preventive care – clinical breast exam, cervical exams, tobacco cessation, etc.
    • Well child checks for students who need an exam to attend school.
  • Counseling Services
  • Dental Care
    • Prevention education, flouride treatment, x-rays, and general cleaning
  • Eye Care
    • Vision care for all ages, including an examination and single lens glasses
  • Ancillary Services
    • DXA Scans
    • Physical Therapy
    • Lab Services
    • Ultrasounds
    • Echocardiograms
    • Mammograms
  • Pharmaceutical Assistance
  • Referral Services
  • Pulmonology
  • Mobile Clinic-Providing access to primary healthcare in culturally disparaged communities

Our partnering healthcare providers always make decisions with respect to the dignity, privacy, desires, and choices of the patient and family. Services are appropriate, flexible and sufficient in scope to meet the needs of each patient.

Our In-Clinic model is simple. We partner with healthcare providers who donate an average of 68% of their customary billing to our patients. Healthcare providers’ willingness to help those in need is key to this model. Our healthcare access model is unique because we work within for-profit healthcare clinics. This model allows us to leverage our donations to over $6.32 in healthcare provided for every $1.00 donated in direct patient services.

Eligibility for Care:

Those who are low income, medically underserved and live within Magna, West Valley City, Kearns and Tooele County, Utah are eligible for our In-Clinic Program. This includes those who cannot afford medical care covered by traditional insurance carriers, and who are not eligible for Medicaid. Our mobile medical unit travels to Community Based Organizations within the vicinity of  Salt Lake and Tooele Counties, and provides free healthcare access to culturally disparaged populations who already trust a Community Base Organization.

For more information see Apply for Aid.

Qualifications:

To be eligible for our In-Clinic program, one must:

  • Be uninsured or underinsured.
  • Have a household income of less than 55% of median income, or approximately $35,000 for a family of four.
  • Have a current medical need.

*Other limitations may apply.

Individuals who receive charitable care pay a small portion for the services rendered, as if they had insurance. The small co-payment is required so that others in the community can be served.