"I opened up the letter and I could not believe it, I thought this is amazing that they are doing this for us." — Kareli Hurtado
Reaching Out is an annual publication that highlights the community benefit provided by Utah Valley Regional Medical Center, American Fork Hospital and Orem Community Hospital. It includes a summary of community events, activities and partnerships, as well as financial assistance awarded to patients who are unable to pay for their care.
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Financial Assistance by the Numbers
Finding Resources for Those in Need
Like specially trained investigators, the eligibility counselors at American Fork Hospital, Orem Community Hospital and Utah Valley Regional Medical Center comb through government and hospital resources to help people pay for medical care.
And they don’t let a little thing like the word "no" slow them down. Read more »
Intermountain Helps Low-Income and Uninsured Patients Receive Medical Treatment at the Volunteer Care Clinic
On a Tuesday evening, more than four dozen people sit in a crowded classroom-turned-waiting room at the Volunteer Care Clinic in Provo. The scene is similar to any other clinic waiting area except for one important difference. These patients will receive care for their basic health issues free of charge.
The Volunteer Care Clinic (VCC) offers health services to low-income and uninsured patients suffering from acute, short-term health issues. Every week, about 100 patients visit the clinic. Read more »