To protect our patients, employees, and the community during this pandemic, we are implementing additional protocols. We are also taking additional precautionary measures to ensure the health and safety of our patients, including increasing our cleaning and sanitizing efforts. If you have any questions, please
call 801-429-2000 to speak to a receptionist.
Is the COVID-19 Vaccine Currently Available at Mountainlands Clinics?
The COVID-19 Vaccine is not currently available at Mountainlands clinics. We will keep our patients up-to-date with any changes.
Is the COVID-19 Vaccine Safe?
Data from clinical trials showed the COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective. The benefits of getting vaccinated far outweigh the risks of getting COVID-19. Visit https://coronavirus.utah.gov/vaccine for more information regarding the COVID-19 vaccines, lists of common side effects, recommendations for who should get vaccinated, and more.
When Can I be Around Other People if I Had (or Think I Had) COVID-19?
For guidelines regarding self-isolation after potential exposure to COVID-19, please visit: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/if-you-are-sick/end-home-isolation.html
Will I be Screened for Coronavirus at the Clinic?
All patients will be screened for a fever and respiratory symptoms (such as a cough or shortness of breath) outside of our health clinics. We understand that this may cause some inconvenience and slow clinic flow. However, it is necessary to ensure the well-being of every patient and slow the potential spread of COVID-19. Protecting our patients and employees is our highest priority.
If you have a fever, cough, or respiratory distress, please call 801-429-2000 to speak with a receptionist before coming to the clinic. If you have a future appointment that can be rescheduled, please contact a receptionist to reschedule your appointment.
Should I Bring my Own Face Mask/Covering?
Yes. We ask that all patients bring their own mouth/nose cover.
If you would like to donate cloth masks to our clinic, please contact us!
For tips on making your own cloth face covering, click here.
Need a mask? Check out https://coronavirus.utah.gov/mask/. The mask initiative is for all Utahns! They would particularly welcome orders from those who:
Don't already have a face mask,
Aren't able to make a face mask or get one from someone else, and
Aren't able to purchase a face mask.
Can I Bring a Visitor to my Appointment?
Unless a patient is under the age of 18, no visitors should attend appointments. We ask that all non-essential visitors remain at home or in the car.
Have the Clinic Hours Changed?
We are open during our normal business hours. Mental health and medical services are also available via telehealth. Patients will need a valid email and a smart device to set up telehealth services. Click here for more information about our telehealth services.
Can I Still Pick Up My Prescriptions?
Our pharmacies are open during their normal business hours. We are also providing curbside pick-up services
PLEASE call our pharmacy phone number to discuss curbside pick-up.
I have an Appointment in the Future. What Should I Do?
If you have a fever, cough, or respiratory distress, please call 801-429-2000 to speak with a receptionist before coming to the clinic. If you have a future appointment that can be rescheduled, please contact a receptionist to reschedule your appointment
I Believe I Need to be Tested for COVID-19. Where Should I Go?
You can call our clinic at 801-429-2000 to schedule a COVID-19 test. You can also visit https://www.testutah.com/ for information regarding other testing locations.
Intermountain Healthcare is also offering free mobile testing clinics. Click here to see times and locations.
Where Can I Find Accurate Information Regarding COVID-19 in Utah?
Visit https://coronavirus.utah.gov/ for updated information.
Where Can I find Updates Regarding Medicaid and Unemployment Insurance?
Click here for updated information.
How Can I Reduce My Risk of Getting COVID-19?
Wash your hands frequently using alcohol-based hand sanitizer or soap and water.
Cover your mouth/nose with your elbow or a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Throw the tissue away immediately and wash your hands.
Avoid close contact with anyone who has a fever or a cough.
Visit https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention.html for more information.
We appreciate your patience and cooperation during this time. Again, your health is our top priority!