Carbon Medical Service

Access to Quality Health Care for ALL

Carbon Medical Service Association (CMSA) is a group of three clinics serving the Carbon and Emery County areas. Our mission is to provide quality, affordable healthcare to everyone. CMSA offers the following services: medical, dental, pharmacy, lab work, persistent pain education, and women’s health.

Carbon Medical Service has clinics located in Carbon County.

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Home to industry, tourist attractions, and strong communities, Carbon County is a great place to live, work, and play. Learn more about Utah’s most ethnically diverse county! 

Living in Carbon County

Entertainment and Attractions

Big views, rich history, arts, culture and more make the Carbon Corridor a place many are proud to call home. Nestled amongst charming small towns, you will find art galleries, local restaurants, museums, and so much more.

Carbon County is near the San Rafael Swell, Nine Mile Canyon, Goblin Valley, and the Manti LaSal National Forest. You can hike, bike, ATV, 4-wheel, camp, fish, and hunt in these mountains and deserts. You’ll also find dinosaur sites, museums, ancient Native American rock art, railroad and mining history, ghost towns, winter activities, and year-round events at state-of-the-art facilities! Discover more.


The median property value in Carbon County was $148,600 in 2020, with the homeownership rate at 72.3%. People in Carbon County have an average commute time of ~18 minutes. Learn more about Carbon County housing and living here and explore local rental properties and homes for sale here.

Demographic Snapshot

Population 20,401
Poverty Rate 15.9%
Median Household Income $50,328
Median Age 37.9
Health Ranking Carbon County is ranked #27 of 28 ranked counties.
Find Comprehensive Demographic Information here and County Health Ranking and Roadmaps here.


Carbon School District At-a-Glance
District size: 9 schools
Grades: PK-12
Enrollment: 3,407 students
Graduation Rate: 85-89% (Top 50% in UT)
Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), UT Dept. of Education
Learn more about Carbon County schools.