What is a Health Center?

Utah's Health Centers

For over 50 years, Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA) supported Health Centers have provided comprehensive, high-quality primary and preventive healthcare to all, regardless of ability to pay or insurance status.

13 Utah Health Centers operate 58 clinics in urban and rural communities and provide care to more than 158,000 people annually. Utah’s Health Centers are critical to the healthcare delivery system. Access to high-quality, primary and preventive healthcare is available to individuals and families, regardless of ability to pay or insurance status.

Core Health Center Requirements:
• Serve all patients regardless of ability to pay or insurance status
• Located in or serve medically underserved communities or populations
• Provide comprehensive primary and preventative healthcare 
• Governed by community boards: 51% of board members must be patients 
• Public or private nonprofit organizations with a mission to provide healthcare to underserved communities

For more information on Health Centers, please visit the HRSA website.

Map and List of Utah Health Center Sites

2018 Economic Impact Report