Eagle Mountain Urgent Care - Departments | Revere Health
(801) 429-8037
Mon - Sat: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm
4095 East Pony Express Parkway Ste #1
Eagle Mountain, Utah 84005
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Family Medicine Providers

Doctors

Advanced Care Practitioners

Services

Well-child checks

A well-child check assesses the health of young children and provides parents with basic healthcare information they need.

Sick child visits

Reasons for sick child visits include flu, fever, stomachache, etc. These visits are separate from annual well-child visits.

Pediatric, adolescent and adult care

Our family medicine doctors are trained to provide general healthcare to all the members of a family.

Sport, school, scout and missionary exams

General physical examinations required for participation in sports, school, scouts or missionary service.

Physicals

Our physicians are equipped to offer sports physicals and routine physical exams to check up on patients’ physical health.

Well-woman exams

Examinations offered to women to review reproductive health; generally including breast and pelvic exams, and a pap smear.

Chronic disease management

Oversight and education of patients with chronic diseases, such as diabetes, high blood pressure or multiple sclerosis.

Chronic/acute medication management

Medical professionals help patients with multiple prescriptions manage their medication schedules and promote compliance.

Sport injuries

Specialized care for injuries caused by playing sports, such as ACL tears, ankle sprains and hamstring strains.

Fracture care

A doctor will use an X-ray to evaluate the bones and then provide care for fractures in the hands, wrists and elbows.

X-ray

A quick, painless test that produces images of the structures inside your body—particularly your bones.

Stitches

Surgical sutures are used to rejoin body tissues after an injury or surgery. Call our office for more information.

Abscess drainage/care

Professional drainage of a tender mass filled with pus and debris. A small incision is made in the abscess for full drainage.

Chronic flares or acute illnesses

Our staff treats both chronic conditions—such as diabetes or asthma—and acute conditions, e.g., sprained ankle or infection.

IV fluids

A solution (usually a balanced electrolyte solution) administered directly into the venous circulation.

Joint injections and aspirations

Joint aspirations take fluid from a swollen joint. Joint injection administer pain-relieving medications into the joint.

Mole and Skin biopsies

A small piece of the skin is removed in order to fully examine and diagnose various skin conditions and cancers.

IUD

An intrauterine device (IUD) is a T-shaped device inserted into the uterus as a method of birth control for 3-12 years.

Contraception implants

A flexible plastic rod that is placed under the skin of the upper arm, releasing a steady dose of a progestational hormone.

Ingrown toenail removal

Procedure that either lifts or removes the part of the nail that is growing in the soft flesh of the toe.

Labs

Several lab services are available including clinical lab testing, urinalysis and specimen collection.

Broken Bones

A broken bone or fracture can occur if excessive force is applied to your bone, causing it to break or shatter.

Same day urgent care

A walk-in clinic focused on treating injuries or illnesses requiring immediate care, but not serious enough for the ER.

Urinary tract infections

Care for painful infections found in the urinary system including the kidneys, ureters, bladder and urethra.

Flu/cold/strep symptoms

Symptoms may include fever, chills, muscle aches, cough, congestion, runny nose, headaches, fatigue and sore throat.

Work-related injury care

Care for physical injuries, illnesses or stress-related injuries that occur due to specific jobs at work.

Minor allergic reactions or rashes

Treatment of non-life-threatening, minor allergic reactions including nasal congestion, itching and hives.

Ear or Sinus Pain

Sinus and ear pain are often simultaneous and may be caused by sinus infections, the common cold or allergies.

Nausea, Vomiting or Diarrhea

Although they are not diseases, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea are symptoms of several common conditions.

Heat exhaustion or dehydration

Untreated heat exhaustion or dehydration can be dangerous and lead to heat stroke, brain damage and other serious complications.

Kidney Stones

Small, hard deposits that form in the kidneys. They can often be extremely painful to pass through the bladder and ureter.

CBC (Complete Blood Count)

A CBC is a blood test used to assess a patient’s overall health and detect certain conditions like infection or anemia.

Diagnostic Imaging

Diagnostic imaging uses visual representations of internal body systems to diagnose and detect several types of conditions and diseases.

Patient Education

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