In-Office Visits & Procedures
04/21/2020 NOTICE: Outpatient Surgeries and Screenings Have Resumed
We appreciate your cooperation with the temporary measures taken to protect our patients and staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. Ogden Clinic is complying with the most current guidelines from Utah Department of Health and the CDC. As part of Utah's COVID-19 response plan, most elective surgeries were placed on-hold across the state. An elective surgery is any non-life-threatening procedure that has been scheduled in advance.
As of April 21st, 2020, many elective surgeries and screenings will resume.
Our doctors are gradually returning to their full scope of care, including outpatient surgeries and screenings.
- If you have been asked to postpone an upcoming surgery, now is the time to contact us and reschedule.
- If you are due for a preventative screening, such as a colonoscopy or a mammogram, our books are open to schedule one.
If you have been planning an elective surgery, it is safe to call your doctor's office and proceed with scheduling.
Examples of elective surgeries are having a cyst removed, sinuplasty, carpal tunnel surgery, permanent contraception, or kidney stone removal.
NOTE: There are still some restrictions and contingencies for elective surgeries in the state of Utah. In general, the volume of inpatient surgeries allowed will depend on bed capacity and equipment supply at the hospital. You can read Utah Hospital Association's latest directive here and the State of Utah's public health order here.
If changes to occur, we will amend this page. Check with your healthcare provider's office to inquire about scheduling an elective surgery.
Eight of our facilities are still performing COVID-19 screenings and all clinics are taking extra safety/sanitary measures to prevent disease spread. Please adhere to the current directives when visiting Ogden Clinic, which may include wearing a face mask or entering through a designated entrance if you are sick.
Please review our Visitor Information & Restrictions