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Layton Parkway Clinic

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Layton Parkway Clinic

Layton Parkway Clinic offers heart and vascular, otolaryngology, foot and ankle, gastroenterology, urgent care, orthopedics, sports medicine and performance, pediatric care, sleep medicine, obstetrics, gynecology, and women's health located in Layton, UT.

Our Services

801-543-6950
201 West Layton Parkway, Layton, UT
Cancer care

With teamwork, technology, and personalized cancer care, we ensure your well-being, consistently exceeding national cancer care standards.

Heart and vascular

Our heart and vascular experts use advanced technology to improve cardiovascular health. From diagnostics to advanced treatments, we prioritize your heart's well-being

Ear, nose, and throat

Our ENT specialists address hearing, balance, voice, taste, and language issues, creating tailored treatment plans to relieve your symptoms.

Family medicine

Comprehensive healthcare for all ages, focusing on prevention and wellness

Foot and ankle

Our foot and ankle specialists diagnose discomfort's source using clinical exams and tests, crafting personalized care plans for a comfortable life.

Gastroenterology

Our GI specialists offer swift diagnosis and treatment for digestive issues, improving your well-being for the present and future.

Orthopedics

See our orthopedic specialists for expert care for bones and joints, addressing injuries or conditions with personalized treatments for improved mobility and comfort

Pediatric careSleep medicine

From sleep apnea to insomnia, disruptive night behaviors to daytime sleepiness and fatigue, the Intermountain Sleep Disorders Center provides exceptional care for all your sleep medicine needs.

GynecologyWomen's health

Intermountain Health caters to women's evolving needs, providing holistic care from gynecology to mental health, promoting well-being at every stage of life.

Urgent care options at this location

Urgent care

Intermountain offers licensed professionals for non-life-threatening urgent care, no appointment necessary.

Layton Parkway InstaCare
201 West Layton Parkway, Layton, UT
801-543-6875

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