About Health Centers

What’s a community health center?

Utah’s community health centers are non-profit, patient-centered medical clinics, that provide quality health care to all Utahns – regardless of insurance type or ability to pay. Services include primary and preventive medical, dental, and mental health services. Think of Utah’s community health centers as one-stop-shopping for all health care – with services focused on whole person care, including pharmacy, health education, assistance with insurance coverage, and healthy lifestyle, including support for social determinants of health.

Because health centers provide a unique and comprehensive approach to health care, health center providers and staff truly get to know the people that they serve and care about their long-term health. There are currently 14 Utah Health Centers operating 63 clinics in urban and rural communities and providing care to more than 157,000 people annually. Utah’s health centers serve 1 in 21 Utahns and 1 in 3 Utahns living in poverty.

For more information on community health centers, please visit the Health Resources and Services Administration website

View map and list of all Utah health center locations

2021/22 Health Center Annual Overview