Scheduling routine checkups is another important part of keeping children healthy. By maintaining a regular checkup schedule, we can help prevent illness, detect hidden problems, and monitor your child’s growth and development throughout infancy, childhood, and the teen years.
Outpatient Lactation Clinic
The new Outpatient Lactation Clinic will be located in the Pediatric Clinic (Clinic 6) on the main level at U of U Hospital. The clinic will be staffed primarily by the U’s International Board Certified Lactation Consultants (IBCLC’s) with oversight from both pediatric and OB/GYN physicians.
The clinic is open to all new moms, regardless of where they delivered. No insurance or referral from a primary care physician required. Appointments are available at the University Hospital Clinic 6 and South Jordan Health Center. For more information or to schedule an appointment with the University Hospital Clinic 6 Lactation Clinic, call 801-581-2205 or South Jordan Lactation Clinic at 801-213-4500.
We take training the next generation of health professionals seriously. We provide training to resident physicians (medical doctors completing additional training in pediatrics), medical students, and other health care trainees.
Ask about scheduling an appointment for your child in our Resident Clinic!
It's a good idea to plan on arriving at the University about 15 minutes before your child’s scheduled appointment to allow time for parking and check-in.
Please also be sure that we have your current daytime and evening telephone numbers and current address so we can contact you for appointment reminders, lab test results, and the like. Also, please give us your email address so we can contact you for feedback on your visits. (Regular email should not be used for medical communications unless it's through MyChart.)
MyChart: Electronic Medical Records
MyChart® allows online access to your child's immunization records, labs, and other results, as well as appointment requests and communication with your providers. Ask our front desk staff about signing up. Except in special circumstances (for example, if your child has a significant mental or developmental disability), parental access will be limited to appointments and immunization records after a child's 12th birthday.
You can reach all of our services by calling 801-581-2205. Our outstanding pediatric staff is available to answer questions about your child's health, to help with appointments, or to coordinate communications between you and your child's pediatrician.
Nurses are also available to discuss urgent problems between 7 am–9 pm. For urgent questions overnight, please call 801-581-2205 and ask to speak to the pediatrician on call.
When calling for a prescription refill, please have your pharmacy’s number and the prescription details ready.
When requesting a referral, it's best to see your pediatrician first to be sure your child needs a referral and that your child is referred to the best service.