Quality, Community-Based Healthcare
Since 1994, Midtown Community Health Center has provided affordable, needs-based healthcare to underserved community residents in Northern Utah. Now with eight healthcare facilities, our family of clinics provides medical, dental, behavioral health and pharmaceutical services to over 26,000 patients a year. We are proud to make a difference in our community and believe that every person should have access to personalized, high-quality healthcare.
Midtown operates as a private, non-profit community healthcare center and accepts patients with and without private health insurance*, as well as Medicaid, Medicare, CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program), and PCN (Primary Care Network).
We serve patients of all ages and cultural backgrounds, offer translation and coordinated-care services, and can help you explore your healthcare options to determine if you are eligible for government programs/services or other financial assistance programs. As your primary care provider, Midtown will coordinate all of your family’s needs under one roof, in a comfortable, modern, and friendly setting.
In addition to primary healthcare services, Midtown also provides the following services: prenatal care and delivery, well child visits, women’s health, geriatrics, treatment for acute and chronic illnesses, and infectious disease management. Midtown Community Health Center in Ogden offers a walk-in clinic for acute illnesses such as infections and minor emergency care for conditions like lacerations and sprains.
* Patients without medical insurance are welcome and will be charged at the time of service on a discounted sliding fee scale based on income and family size.
Our Friendly, Compassionate Providers
Midtown’s clinics are staffed with dedicated physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, dentists, psychiatrists, mental health professionals and pharmacists. Our team not only provides excellent healthcare services, they are also dedicated to Midtown’s mission of embracing and providing care to everyone in the community — regardless of background or circumstances. Services are available in English and Spanish; translation services are also available in any language.
Meet Our Board Members
Our goal is to be responsive to the needs of our community and the needs of our patients. Midtown’s Board of Directors is comprised to meet this goal. The majority of our board members are patients of the health center, along with community representatives. This localized representation assures that our services are responsive to patient needs.