Revere Health to open Salem campus
Artist's rendition of Revere Health
In May 2016, Revere Health will open its new campus in Salem to better serve southern Utah County and the surrounding areas. With nearly a quarter of Revere Hewalth's Utah County patients living south of Springville, this new facility will eliminate the need for them to travel to Provo for many different services.
The new campus, where consturction began in January of 2015, will be a major addition to his rapidly growing community. It is the biggest commercial development in Salem's history and is projected to accomodate more than 150,000 patients each year. To see construction updates or to get more information as the community open house and grand opening draws near, visit reverehealth.com/salem-campus.
"This will be an exciting addition to our community," said Dr. Troy Lunceford, a provider with Payson Internal Medicine and a resident of southern Utah County. "It will help decrease the fragmented care that has been at our end of the valley for a long time. So many clinics are spread throughout the different communities in Spanish Fork, Salem and Payson, and bringing care together will help me as a physician as I work with my colleagues to care for patients."
Like Dr. Lunceford, many physicians at the south end of the valley are eager to provide more convenient access to all their patients. The new campus will provide high-quality care to patients in the area and the physicians at Revere Healh are excited to be a bigger part of the community.
"Having a multispecialty clinic with a radiology lab, internal medicine, family practice, physical therapy, urgent care and many other specialties will make it much easier for patients to get the full continuum of care that they need," adds Dr. Lunceford. "We're thrilled that patients no longer need to travel to Provo to get all of the services provided by Revere Health, and the integrated care offered with the addition of the new campus will allow patients to receive care more quickly as the process for getting test results and insurance approval is shortened."
Community-based healthcare is important to Revere Health, and the addition of the new Salem campus will expand access to even more services to patients right in their own backyard.
The new facility will offer many services including an ambulaory surgical center, a dialysis center, an imaging center, physical therapy, a laboratory and a pharmacy with plans to also include medical offices for orthopedics, internal medicine, family medicine, urology, gastroenterology, ophthalmology and a specialty suite to rotate between several other specialities.
A connected building on the campus will also house an overnight, extended-care facility with 16 beds for post-surgical patients and short-term rehabilitation.
Revere Healh, formerly Central Utah Clinic, is now the largest independent multispecialty phyician group in Utah. Revere Health changed its name in July of 2015. Ultimately, the Central Utah Clinic name was no longer an accurate representation of the organization. With services from Ogden to Saint George and even into Arizona and Nevada, rebranding the clinic as Revere Health helped to include all groups within the clinic, and elminate confusion for our patients outside of Central Utah.
"Salem City," The Spanish Fork-Salem Area Chamber of Commerce Community Guide 2016, pages 54-55.
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