For many individuals in the communities we serve, access to affordable and appropriate health care is limited. Our mission is to provide low-income, uninsured, and under-insured individuals with high-quality health care. We believe that everyone in our community is benefited by access to appropriate and affordable health care is provided to those who face the most significant barriers to care. We focus on providing this care to the medically underserved while treating each individual we serve with dignity, respect, and understanding. We also encourage our patients to participate in their own health care through education and health promotion.
Mountainlands Community Health Center has clinics located in Utah and Uintah counties.
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With clinics located in Utah and Uintah counties, each area offers one-of-a-kind outdoor recreation and a friendly atmosphere! Explore the possibilities of living and working in Utah’s “Happy
Valley” just outside of Salt Lake City and “Dinosaurland” on the Colorado border!
Living in Utah County
Entertainment and Attractions
Utah County is only 35 minutes south of Salt Lake City, but it’s a whole new world of exciting year-round activities! Utah Valley is known for its picturesque mountains and friendly culture. Anyone, from adventure and nature lovers to entertainment seekers, can find their happy in Utah Valley. Discover Utah County.
The median property value in Utah County was $336,200 in 2020, with the homeownership rate at 67.9%. People in Utah County have an average commute time of ~22 minutes. Learn more about Utah County housing and living here and explore local rental properties and homes for sale here.
Poverty Rate 10%
Median Household Income $77,057
Median Age 24.6
Utah County is ranked among the healthiest counties in Utah – #4 of 28 ranked counties.
Utah County School Districts At-A-Glance
Living in Uintah County
Entertainment and Attractions
Uintah County is in the upper east corner of Utah, near the Colorado border. It offers outstanding business, real estate, financial institutions, advanced education and the latest in health care, yet still provides a rural setting with a variety of reactional opportunities. Known as Utah’s “Dinosaurland”, Uintah County is the perfect place for world-class fishing, river running, biking, hiking, and camping in alpine meadows and red rock canyons! Discover Uintah County.
The median property value in Uintah County was $194,000 in 2020, with the homeownership rate at 76.7%. People in Uintah County have an average commute time of ~18 minutes. Learn more about Uintah County housing and living here and explore local rental properties and homes for sale here.
Poverty Rate 13.2%
Median Household Income $59,428
Median Age 31.1
Uintah County is ranked #25 of 28 ranked Utah counties.
Uintah School District At-A-Glance
District size: 13 schools
Enrollment: 6,787 students
Graduation Rate: 82%
Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), UT Dept. of Education Learn more about Uintah County schools.