What is a Medical Home?
Mountainlands Family Health Center is a Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH). Watch this video to find out what that means for you and your family!
Message from the Medical Director
Our clinics provide primary health, dental, pharmacy, and mental health services for over 16,000 patients each year. All of our providers are fully trained and licensed. Our physicians are board certified in the specialty of Family Medicine which means we are able to provide a broad spectrum of service. Our patients receive high quality care that includes chronic disease management for diabetes, hypertension, heart disease and depression; family planning; general physical exams for infants, children and adults; vaccinations; and minor injury evaluation and treatment including casting, sutures, wound care and simple x-rays. We also provide prenatal and obstetrical care and deliver an average of 400 babies per year. When specialty care is needed, we gladly facilitate a referral.
We would love to be able to help you and your family with any of your health care needs. I am proud of the high quality of care that patients receive at any of the Mountainlands Family Health Center locations. I have been a member of the MCHC provider team for 20 years and I feel blessed to be part of such a giving and caring organization.
Message from the Executive Director
Mountainlands Community Health Center (MCHC) is a private, non-profit, Federally Qualified Health Center that has been serving Utah County residents since 1992. At each of our four locations in Provo, Payson, Wasatch (located within Wasatch Mental Health), and Vernal, we work hard to provide the medically underserved with a medical home where they can receive coordinated and comprehensive care. Since its inception, MCHC has provided on average over $3 million dollars annually in discounts to Utah County residents in need of medical services. Currently, MCHC serves over 16,000 patients and provides over 41,000 patient visits each year.
We are extraordinarily proud of the work we do at Mountainlands Community Health Center. It is a privilege to serve all members of our community, regardless of their ability to pay. All patients are treated with respect and dignity. I am proud of the quality providers and staff members who work each day to improve the health and quality of life for the most vulnerable members of our community. We are fortunate to have dedicated board members who volunteer their time to support our mission.
In my capacity as Executive Director I have the unique opportunity of seeing up close the work that we do everyday. We provide more than medical care; we provide compassion, safety, relief from pain, and improved quality of life.