The Cache Valley Community Health Clinic provides medical assistance for local residents without access to health insurance. This service is possible thanks to dedicated volunteers and generous financial support. Each year, on average, clinic providers see more than 2,100 patients, and volunteers collectively give over 1,600 hours of service.
Who is eligible for care?
Residents of the Cache Valley area who have no health insurance and no ability to obtain insurance through their employer are welcome at the clinic. We are happy to serve those truly in need. Spanish interpreters are available.
When are services available?
Clinic services are available on a first-come, first-served basis most Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Doors open at 6 p.m. Please arrive promptly, as the providers leave when there are no more patients to be seen. Sorry, the clinic does not schedule appointments in advance.
What do services cost?
There is no charge to the patient for clinic services. Patients are encouraged to purchase their own medications, but there is also a minimal copayment voucher service available for prescription medications.
What care is available?
- Physician services. Clinic staff care for minor illnesses such as earaches and sore throats.
- Dental services. Volunteer dentists provide basic dental services the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month.
- Pharmacy services. As a patient, you are encouraged to purchase your own medications. In certain circumstances, medications are available through a voucher system at a small charge. Only prescriptions written at the clinic are eligible for a voucher.
- Education. Basic health and nutrition education is available on a limited basis at the clinic. We will try to answer your questions and direct you to available resources.
- Specialty nights. Dermatology (skin) services are usually offered each month. Women’s health services are usually offered the fourth Thursday of each month. Please arrive by 6 p.m. Care is provided on a first-come, first-served basis.
What care is not available?
- Routine physicals, preventive care, and well-child care. These services are not provided at the clinic. We can, however, direct you to other low or no-cost programs in the area.
- Emergency care. Clinic staff cannot provide treatment for deep cuts, fractures, and other medical emergencies. If you have an emergency, please go to the Logan Regional Hospital Emergency Department at 500 East 1400 North, where charity care is available if you qualify.
- Prenatal care. We cannot provide care for pregnancy. We will give pregnancy tests and referrals to the Baby Your Baby program.
Who should not seek help at the clinic?
- Insured individuals
- Individuals eligible for employer or university-offered insurance or Utah State University student health services
- Utah State University Students
- Patients needing care for long-term conditions such as asthma, high blood pressure, depression, or diabetes
- Patients needing regular medical or dental care
Who provides services?
Community volunteers - physicians, dentists, nurses, and support staff - care for clinic patients.
Who funds the clinic?
- Operation of the clinic is made possible through generous donations from the following:
- Intermountain Healthcare
- Logan Regional Hospital Foundation
- Logan Regional Hospital
- Local physicians, dentists, businesses, community organizations, and individuals
How can you help?
If you are interested in volunteering or donating equipment or supplies, please call (435) 716-5525. Monetary donations may be made through the Logan Regional Hospital Foundation, (435) 716-5415. Thank you for your support!