Our Core Values
Communication

Choosing to listen is the essence of patient-centered care.

Quality

Providing value in every interaction.

Coordination

Working together to provide the right care at the right time in the right place.

Innovation

Imparting the best care through proven methods, expert training and cutting-edge technology.

Independence

Physicians empowering the patient—the most important decision maker in healthcare.

The Clinic is Born

Central Utah Clinic is born when three doctors decide to combine their practices in an effort to meet the growing healthcare needs of Utah County.

1960
1980s
Initial Growth
Central Utah Clinic grows to 15 doctors and 5 specialties including internal medicine, gastroenterology, cardiology, medical oncology and dermatology.
Payson
Internal medicine office expands into Payson.
1990s
2002
Orthopedics
Central Utah Clinic’s Southern Utah division welcomes established orthopedic group into the practice, further expanding the specialty skill set within the region.
American Fork
The American Fork campus is completed offering residents a wide range quality specialty healthcare and a state of the art surgery center.
2007
2009
Family Practice
The first family practice groups join, initiating an integrated healthcare system beyond specialties.
Southern Utah
Southern Utah specialty groups and family medicine join the Clinic.
2010
2012
Northern Utah
Central Utah Clinic expands into Northern Utah with four groups.
Medicare Accreditation
Central Utah Clinic becomes the first accountable care organization (ACO) accredited by Medicare in Utah.
2012
2013
Cardiology
Southern Utah adds a region-leading cardiology group.
BYU Orthopedics Partnership
Clinic becomes exclusive orthopedics sports medicine provider for BYU Athletics.
2013
2015
Rebrand
Central Utah Clinic rebrands to become Revere Health.
Salem Campus
Broke ground on Salem campus.
2015
2015
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