Family Medicine | Revere Health

PERSONAL CARE

One of the most important aspects of family medicine is the long-term, caring relationships physicians build with their patients and their families. As part of the Revere Health system, our providers offer truly integrated care and work with other specialists in the network to make sure all of your medical needs are met.

PREVENTIVE SERVICES

Our providers focus on preventive care and provide vaccinations and annual physicals (including sports, scouts and gynecological exams). They are trained to manage a variety of chronic illnesses, and many of our primary care providers a can deliver babies at all the major hospitals in Utah.

Clinic Locations

(435) 864-3333

140 South White Sage Avenue, Delta, Utah 84624

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(801) 429-8037

4095 East Pony Express Parkway Ste #1, Eagle Mountain, Utah 84005

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(801) 766-4214

3300 N Running Creek Way, Bld. B, Suite 100, Lehi, Utah 84043

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(385) 203-1215

3000 N Triumph Blvd, #100 Lehi, Utah 84043

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(801) 802-7373

173 North 400 West, #C-11 Orem, Utah 84057

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(801) 465-4896

97 Professional Way, #2 Payson, Utah 84651

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(801) 812-5033

1055 North 500 West, Building A Provo, Utah 84604

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(435) 529-2215

131 East Main Street, #3 Salina, Utah 84654

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Patient Education

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