Community Impact

Expanding Provided Services

In 2010, Midtown served 27,624 patients during 68,643 visits. Seventy percent of patients served in 2010 were without insurance of any kind and 98% of uninsured patients were below federal poverty guidelines.  In order to meet a growing demand within the community, Midtown is undergoing an expansion at the Ogden site.  The new site will now include dental services and an additional number of medical examination rooms.  There will be a total of 10 dental chairs and 12 examination rooms.  The expansion is projected to be complete by the end of January 2012.  Please follow the link below to see construction floorplans.

 

Floorplan 1     Floorplan 2

 

Health Access Team (HAT)

HAT is a partnership of local agencies that work together to provide healthcare access to the residents of Ogden and Northern Utah.  Because of the continued generosity of local providers, HAT has been able to realize the following accomplishments over an eight year period: 

  • $9,329,366 Total In-Kind Medical and Dental Services    
  • $6,656,592 Total In-Kind Pharmaceuticals
  • 25,361 Patients Served

 

The Wellness Clinic

The Wellness Clinic is jointly operated by Weber Human Services and Midtown Community Health Clinic with the purpose of integrating the treatment of mental and physical illnesses for mentally ill individuals over the age of 18.  The goal of the integrated clinic is to engage mental health consumers as partners in their overall health. To that end, the clinic offers smoking cessation, exercise and nutrition classes.  The Wellness Clinic is the first of its kind in the state of Utah!