Wayne Community Health Centers

Since 1978, Wayne Community Health Centers has been providing quality health services to all, including those facing financial, geographic, and cultural barriers to health care.

Wayne Community Health Center has clinics located in Wayne and Garfield counties.

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With clinics located in two of Utah’s most adventuresome and scenic areas, discover what it’s like to live, work, and play in Wayne and Garfield Counties!

Living in Wayne County

Entertainment and Attractions

Wayne County lies within the colorful Colorado Plateau province and includes portions of Capitol Reef and Canyonlands National Parks. Capitol Reef Country is a beautiful piece of scenic landscape and outdoor adventure in southern Utah. 

As an oasis from the hustle and bustle, living in Wayne County offers pleasant summer weather, proximity to canyons, trails and parks, wholesome small-town fun and friendliness, local cuisine, and art galleries, all in the center of Utah’s Mighty Five! Discover Wayne County.

Housing

The median property value in Wayne County was $228,800 in 2020, with the homeownership rate at 73.4%. People in Wayne County have an average commute time of ~17 minutes. Learn more about Wayne County housing and living here and explore local rental properties and homes for sale here.

Demographic Snapshot

Population 2,698
Poverty Rate 10.1%
Median Household Income $49,299
Median Age 42

Health Ranking

Wayne County is ranked #24 of 28 ranked Utah counties. Find Comprehensive Demographic Information here and County Health Ranking and Roadmaps here.

Schools

Wayne School District At-A-Glance
District size: 4 schools
Grades: PK-12
Enrollment: 459 students
Graduation Rate: ≥90% (Top 50% in UT)
Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), UT Dept. of Education
Learn more about Wayne County schools

Living in Garfield County

Entertainment and Attractions

Garfield County provides access to nearly a dozen national/state parks and forest areas. The area’s charming towns offer eclectic shops, specialty restaurants and year-round festivals and events. This southwest Utah county is ideal for nature lovers, adventure seekers, and skywatchers from all walks of life. You’ll never run out of things to do in Garfield County! Discover Garfield County.

Housing

The median property value in Garfield County was $182,500 in 2020, with the homeownership rate at 78.5%. People in Garfield County have an average commute time of ~14 minutes. Learn more about Garfield County housing and living here and explore local rental properties and homes for sale here.

Demographic Snapshot

Population 5,000
Poverty Rate 16.4%
Median Household Income $44,279
Median Age 42

Health Ranking

Garfield County is ranked #23 of 28 ranked Utah counties. 

Find Comprehensive Demographic Information here and County Health Ranking and Roadmaps here.  

Schools

Garfield School District At-A-Glance
District size: 10 schools
Grades: PK-12
Enrollment: 987 students
Graduation Rate: ≥90% (Top 50% in UT)
Source: National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), UT Dept. of Education
Learn more about Garfield County schools