Daryl Huggard, administrative director for the Community Physicians Group, is now a fellow in the American College of Medical Practice Executives--the highest level of distinction in the medical practice management profession. ... Read More
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The differences between urgent care and primary care aren't always obvious. Community Physician Group doctors Kirsten Rupp and Aaron Campbell break down the differences in a recent story on KSL. ... Read More
Jeff Cline, MD, board certified pediatrician and Community Physician Group medical director at Greenwood Health Center, was honored recently as this year's "Preceptor of the Year" by the Utah Area Health Education Centers. AHEC programs help provide access to primary and preventive care by partnering with academic institutions and community and professional organizations. AHECs serve over 85% of counties in the United States.... Read More
Suicide prevention is a complex, multifaceted issue. The dramatic shortage of psychiatrists and other mental health providers throughout the country is one of many severe hurdles to accessing care.... Read More
The Utah Department of Health recognized U of U Health's community clinics earlier this month for their efforts to treat & care for patients with high blood pressure.... Read More
Science is known for its rigor. Exemplary experiments are systematic and controlled, and, in fields such as medicine, examining large populations is key. Meticulous science has translated into medical advances that are coming at a furious pace. But when it comes to serving minority populations, research has missed the mark. Health disparities have developed, and the risks of this gross oversight have become all too apparent.... Read More