Quality Health Care For Older Adults

Clinic Hours

8 am–5 pm

University of Utah Health's Geriatric Patient-Centered Medical Home provides comprehensive, high-quality, and coordinated care for older adults so they can get the health and wellness they need.

Average Age for Geriatric Patients

Geriatric care serves the health and wellness needs of adults at the age of 65 years and older. Anyone in this age range can receive primary care in our patient-centered medical home.

However, our team is best suited to provide care for people who are:

  • 85 years and older,
  • have functional or cognitive limitations, or
  • multiple, chronic medical conditions.

Geriatric Care Services

Our geriatric doctors (geriatricians) are specially trained to diagnose and treat the unique health care needs of older adults. They take the time and care to:

  • complete a medical exam for patients,
  • explain any complex health and medication concerns with their patients, and
  • provide patients with individualized treatment options. 

Our Team Approach to Care

We understand the relationship you have with your doctor can play a big role in keeping you healthy as you age. We help develop long-term, positive relationships between patients and their providers. The services provided by our care team include the following:

  • Primary care
  • Aging Brain Care program
  • Develop long-term patient and provider relationships
  • Shared decision-making
  • Patient engagement on health and health care
  • Team-based care
  • Care management services

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Health Conditions That We Treat

Conditions We Treat

People ages 65 and older may benefit from receiving care from a geriatric care provider if they experience any of the following:

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