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Memorial Clinic

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Memorial Clinic

Memorial Clinic offers medical services located in Salt Lake City, UT.

Our Services

2000 South 900 East, Salt Lake City, UT

Our certified dermatologists treat various skin conditions, offering quick relief and ensuring your comfort during the process.

Family medicine

Comprehensive healthcare for all ages, focusing on prevention and wellness


We offer all-age hearing and balance care, where audiologists and therapists collaborate to tailor solutions to your needs.

Internal medicine

Specialized in adult healthcare, managing complex illnesses and chronic conditions

Laboratory and pathology

Convenience, advanced testing, connectivity, and exceptional service in the lab industry.

Pediatric care

Comprehensive primary care for kids and teens

Physical therapy

Intermountain Health's physical therapy services aid in full recovery after surgery, injury, or pain, utilizing teamwork and advanced tech.


Respiratory Care Clinical Services involve diagnostics and therapy by advanced, skilled Respiratory Therapists to aid patients with pulmonary and other conditions.

LGBTQ+ Health

Intermountain’s experienced team of LGBTQ+ Clinically Competent providers offer caring, compassionate and high-quality healthcare. We help the LGBTQ+ community live their healthiest lives possible.

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