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Our providers continue to take new and established patients during the COVID-19 outbreak. As we all face these unprecedented times together, our patients can be assured that we are putting their health first. We provide a clean and safe environment at all three of our facilities. Our team has implemented many protocols to enable us to continue providing top notch healthcare for our community.
We will continue to require that all persons entering our facilities wear a face mask and socially distance until further notice. We offer COVID-19 testing at all of our locations. COVID-19 testing is performed while you remain in your vehicle. If you have been exposed to COVID-19, or are experiencing related symptoms, please give us a call to schedule an appointment. The educational information and resources below offer more insight into COVID-19.
What is COVID-19
Coronavirus disease 2019, also called COVID-19, is caused by a new coronavirus first identified in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. Scientists are learning more about this new virus each day. Most people who have COVID-19 have mild symptoms, however COVID-19 is also capable of causing severe illness and even death. There are some groups of people who are at increased risk of developing severe illness if they contract COVID-19, including older adults and people who have certain underlying medical conditions.
About the Name COVID-19
Foothill Family Clinic COVID-19 Testing Information
Foothill Family Clinic offers COVID-19 testing at all three of our sites, with after hours and weekend testing available at our Cottonwood Heights location. An appointment is required for all COVID-19 testing at Foothill Family Clinic and testing is performed while you remain in your vehicle. The cost for self-pay testing is $175 and includes a visit with a medical provider and a COVID-19 test. Please contact your preferred clinic for more information or to schedule an appointment for a test.
Foothill Clinic: 2295 South Foothill Drive
Salt Lake City, Utah 84109
Monday – Friday 8am – 5:00pm
Urgent Care Available
Cottonwood Heights Clinic: 6360 South 3000 East Suite 100
Salt Lake City, UT 84121
Monday – Friday 8am – 9pm
Urgent Care Available
Draper Clinic: 13953 S. Bangerter Parkway
Draper, UT 84020
Monday – Friday 8am- 5:30pm
Urgent Care Available
COVID-19 Vaccine Information
COVID-19 is an illness that can result in being hospitalized, experiencing long-term health effects, or even death in the most severe cases. Effective and safe COVID-19 vaccines contribute significantly to bringing an end to the pandemic. Now that vaccines have become widely available, if enough people are vaccinated and continue to follow health guidelines and practice prevention methods, our population will be successful in gaining control over COVID-19.
Access to COVID-19 vaccines for the general public is now available. It is vital to learn about the vaccines and seek answers to any questions to determine if a vaccine is right for you, and when you should get it. Navigating our way through the pandemic is not always easy, but until you have been vaccinated it is always important to maintain prevention practices such as frequent hand washing, social distancing, masking, and avoiding large gatherings.
Vaccines are key to:
- Preventing COVID-19 infections
- Reducing or avoiding long-term negative health effects and more serious complications from infection
- Decreasing the number of people infected within the community
- Supporting the return to a more normal way of living
When will the vaccine be available to me?
Currently in Utah, COVID-19 vaccines are available for individuals 12 years of age or older.
Vaccines available at Foothill Family Clinic for 12 years of age and up.
For up-to-date information on vaccine availability and distribution scheduling visit the Utah Coronavirus website:
How much will the COVID-19 vaccine cost?
COVID-19 vaccines are being distributed by the federal government and will be of no cost to recipients, insurance companies, or health facilities. An administrative fee may be charged to insurance companies and for those without insurance any administrative fee will be covered or reimbursed by the Health Resources and Services Administration’s Provider Relief Fund.
Are there side effects associated with COVID-19 vaccines?
Mild side effects which are common to any vaccine may be experienced, such as tenderness, swelling, pain, or redness at the injection site, headache, mild fever, chills, fatigue, and body aches.