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Canyon View Clinic opens doors on new facility in Mapleton

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ThebrSpringville-Mapleton Chamber of Commerce welcomed Canyon View Medical Group tobrMapleton recently during a ribbon cutting ceremony.

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Canyon View MedicalbrGroup recently opened the doors on their new medical clinic in Mapleton.brLocated at 1429 South 1600 West (Hwy 89), the clinic will serve the communitiesbrof Mapleton, Spanish Fork and Springville.

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Canyon View hasbroperated a small clinic above the Mapleton Pharmacy for the past five years,brbut the larger facility is designed to better serve the health care needs ofbrthe community.

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The clinic contains abrfull lab, x-ray, two procedure rooms, and 12 exam rooms. Clinic staff includesbrtwo family medicine physicians, one physician’s assistant and one nursebrpractitioner.

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The building design will allow for expanded capacity as thebrcommunity continues to grow. Canyon View Medical Group has provided for thebrhealth care needs of south Utah county for more than 60 years, with facilitiesbrin Springville, Spanish Fork, Mapleton, Payson and Santaquin. (ServebrDaily submission by Shirlene Jordan.)

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