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SANTAQUIN – Central Valley Medical Center (CVMC) is excited to announce the newest chapter in its history, the completion of the new medical clinic building in the wonderful community of Santaquin City, Utah. July 2, 2018, will mark the official day that Central Valley Medical Center will be opening the doors to a brand new, top-of-the-line clinic, which is located at 210 East Main Street, Santaquin UT 84655 and will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

“We are pleased to be able to provide residents in Santaquin and the surrounding areas with the health care services they need to stay healthy. Central Valley Medical Center is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing sensitive, compassionate healthcare of the highest quality to our patients, their families, and friends,” said Randy Cuff, COO. “CVMC aims to improve the health and quality of life for the people in the communities we serve, in any way we can.”

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The new Santaquin Clinic building will be a great addition to Central Valley Medical Centers health care network; providing the area with a variety of healthcare specialties and services. The clinic will start off with five physicians; Doctor Jason Standring, DO and Doctor Robertson Ward, MD will be serving patients as Primary Care and Family Physicians. Doctor Gordon Duval, DO will be serving as the clinic’s Pediatrician, Doctor John Sorensen, MD will be serving as the clinic’s General Surgeon, and Doctor Chris Karrasch, MD will be serving as the clinic’s Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Physician.

Patients with or without insurance can make the Santaquin Clinic their primary health care provider and receive services that include, but are not limited to: preventative care; annual physicals; medical evaluations; women’s health and obstetric care; laboratory and x-ray services; diabetes and hypertension screenings; general surgery appointments and follow-ups; specialty care referrals; pediatric care; immunizations; employment, school, sports and Department of Transportation physicals; orthopedic and sports medicine care.

Walk-ins are welcome; however, the Clinic recommends that patients make an appointment by calling 801-754-3600 to help ensure provider availability.

About Central Valley Medical CenterrCentral Valley Medical Center, also known as CVMC, opened its doors as a small rural hospital owned by Juab County in the 1950’s. We have grown from a single hospital to a not-for-profit healthcare system that provides medical care to rural communities in Central Utah.

CVMC is a Critical Access Hospital that is a recognized and distinguished leader in Central Utah. With a growing selection of board-certified physicians trained in a variety of medical specialties, multiple clinic locations, emergency department, integrated state-of-the-art surgical suites, orthopedic medicine, women’s health, birthing center, radiology, diagnostic lab, respiratory therapy, and sleep health clinic; CVMC provides superior medical care.rAll Central Valley Medical Center staff members are committed to working together to treat every patient with the compassion, integrity, and respect. We respond to a broad spectrum of medical needs from routine screening exams and outpatient visits to unexpected emergencies and traumas. With our commitment to care that is sensitive and kind, we strive for excellence with our patients and their families.

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