People’s Health Clinic is a nonprofit clinic providing no-cost quality medical services to uninsured residents of Summit and Wasatch Counties regardless of nationality, race, sex or immigration status. It is funded by local residents, patients, businesses, churches and local government.
PHC Medical Services
Chronic Disease care and education
Children’s Vision Program
Adult Vision Services on a limited basis
Prenatal care and education
We DO NOT provide
If you require Emergency or Urgent Care please reach out out to:
Other ways we can help
Referral to low-cost diagnostic services, including MRI, CT and ultrasound
Free screening mammograms for women over 40
Referral to social services, job services
Help applying for health insurance
Our Patient Care Team
Mairi Leining, MD
Rachelle Flinn, PA-C
Clinic Services Manager
Medical Assistant 435.333.1850
Referral Specialist 435.333.1885
Hayley Dees Americorps Vista/MA 435.333.1850
Katherine Smith, PharmD
Promotor/ Bicultural Outreach Worker
People's Health Clinic Recognized by Utah Million Hearts Coalition
One of just 91 winners statewide that showed excellence in blood pressure control
—Today the Utah Million Hearts Coalition recognized People's Health Clinic for Excellence in Blood Pressure Control. With only 91 clinics recognized statewide, this exclusive achievement demonstrates People's Health Clinic’s dedication to its patients and continual focus on proper blood pressure control.
“ The Clinic’s award recognizes the hard work and dedication the clinic has made to meet the highest standards of clinical blood pressure care,” said Kelly Robinson, Utah Million Hearts Coalition spokesperson. “More Utah providers, like People's Health Clinic, are taking blood pressure measurement and control to the next level by using evidence-based strategies to help patients keep blood pressure down—a strong sign that we’re making progress in preventing heart attacks and strokes and prioritizing patient care.”
Nearly 1 in 3 American adults has hypertension, also known as high blood pressure. Only half have it under control, putting them at greater risk of developing heart disease or stroke—two of the leading causes of death in the U.S. To be eligible for the award, the Clinic shared verifiable high blood pressure control data with the Utah Million Hearts Coalition and highlighted successful strategies or best practices they adopted, such as the use of health information technology or team-based care. The Clinic achieved blood pressure control rates of 63 percent of adult patients by using a variety of innovative approaches, including:
● Making blood pressure measurement accuracy a priority
● Using evidence-based guidelines and protocols for high blood pressure diagnosis
● Continually training staff on correct measurement protocols
● Using team-based care models to improve patient engagement
● Implementing consistent, strategic use of electronic health records that include patient reminders and visit summaries
● Staying engaged with patients by offering support and education tools
The Utah Million Hearts Coalition, a local effort of the national Million Hearts initiative, is made up of public and private health care organizations dedicated to preventing heart attacks. Visit http://choosehealth.utah.gov/healthcare/million-hearts.php for more information about the coalition.
People's Health Clinic has a job opening for a Family Nurse Practitioner or general Medicine Physician Assistant.
We are looking for a professional mid-level health care provider who can deliver primary medical care to a wide variety of patients. This health care provider needs fluency in Spanish and English and at least five years of experience in general outpatient medicine.
The Provider will be responsible for providing high-quality care to all patients and maintaining accurate and current patient records. The Provider will work under the supervision of our medical director and as part of our team of staff and volunteer providers.
See a variety of patients and conditions and provide high-quality care in a team setting.
Update patient records and check records for accuracy at each patient appointment
Order and analyze test data and determine appropriate treatment and follow up
Deliver quality care while maintaining all company metrics pertaining to the quality of care
Family Nurse Practitioner certification or Physician Assistant Certification
5+ years' family medicine outpatient experience
Fluency in Spanish
Valid medical license and Board certifications
Ability to work within a team and take direction
Must be familiar with the EHR medical charting system
Strong written and interpersonal communication skills
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If interested please email your CV to: Beth Armstrong, Executive Director at Beth@phcpc.org