CSHCN Clinics

Description: Multi-specialty clinics, generally sponsored by state Title V programs, that provide care and other services for children with chronic developmental, physical, behavioral, or emotional conditions. Some programs focus on children who have poor access to care or have public insurance.

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2540 Washington Boulevard, Suite 144
Ogden Regional Center
Ogden, UT 84401
Phone: 801-587-2255
Organization Name: University Developmental Assessment Center (UDAC), Pediatrics, University of Utah
Address: 2540 Washington Boulevard, Suite 144
Ogden Regional Center
Ogden, UT 84401
Phone: 801-587-2255
Fax: 801-584-8242
Eligibility: For infants who meet eligibility criteria or have developmental concerns. Sliding scale based on income. If you believe your infant would benefit from this program, please call. Criteria, any one of the following: birthweight less than or equal to 2 lbs, 12 oz; gestational age under 26 weeks; ECMO support required; diagnosis of HIE, referral by a medical provider.
Services Provided: Neonatal Follow-up is a statewide program whose threefold mission is to:
-Offer 2½ year interdisciplinary follow-up services to an at-risk graduate from a referring newborn intensive care unit (NICU)
-Complement the care provided by the child’s medical home
-Provide feedback to the referring NICU
The program offers periodic screening by a multidisciplinary team. When indicated, the program assists with or refers to appropriate intervention and financial services. The program provides psychosocial support as needed.
The NFP services are tailored to the needs of each child. A summary of each evaluation is sent to the child’s medical home and to the referring newborn intensive care unit. With parent approval, the summary is also sent to other providers involved in the child’s care.
Services offered: Developmental pediatrics, Child psychology (developmental testing), Speech/Language pathology, Nutrition (nutritional analysis), Audiology (hearing evaluation), Neurology (brain/nervous system evaluation--Provo location), Physical/Occupational therapy (motor skills evaluation).
Provider Profiles: Clinic one Monday per month 8:00 am to noon

Mailing Address: Neonatal Follow-up Program
Box 144630
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-4630
Original Source:
Last Updated: 6/25/2018

Salt Lake City, UT

Organization Name: University Developmental Assessment Center (UDAC), Pediatrics, University of Utah
Address: 81 N Mario Capecchi Drive
Eccles Outpatient Services
Salt Lake City, UT 84113
Phone: 801-587-2255
Email: udac@hsc.utah.edu
Eligibility: Ages 0 - 21. Sliding scale based on income. Parents, primary care providers or educators may make referral to the CDP. If you believe your child would benefit from this program, please call. Does not accept SelectHealth.
Services Provided: The CDP evaluates, consults and provides case management for children and adolescents with any type of developmental need or concern, including those with or at risk for:
Autism spectrum disorder
Intellectual disability
Obsessive compulsive disorder
Speech and hearing concerns
Behavioral and emotional challenges
Developmental or physical delays
Cognitive concerns
Any type of developmental concern
CDP provides the following assessment services:
Developmental Pediatrics
Neurology
Audiology
Speech and Language Pathology
Occupational and Physical Therapy
Care Coordination
Family Support Service--Utah Family Voices
The Occupational and Physical Therapists support children and work as part of an interdisciplinary medical team, providing assessment and referral to appropriate resources in the following areas: Gross motor development, Fine motor development, Movement and mobility including balance and coordination, Adaptation of participation of activities of daily living, Tone and spasticity assessment and management, Orthotics and prosthetic assessment, wear and care, Equipment design, fabrication, and fit, Use of available assistive technologies, Feeding and oral motor concerns, Sensory processing, Handwriting, and Visual perceptual skills.
Provider Profiles: The University of Utah has assumed responsibility for clinical services formerly provided by the Bureau of Child Development, Utah Department of Health.
Clinical services for Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN)
Original Source:
Last Updated: 7/18/2018
81 N Mario Capecchi Drive
Eccles Outpatient Services
Salt Lake City, UT 84113
Phone: 801-587-2255
Organization Name: UDAC, Pediatrics, University of Utah Health Care
Address: 81 N Mario Capecchi Drive
Eccles Outpatient Services
Salt Lake City, UT 84113
Phone: 801-587-2255
Eligibility: Ages 0-18. Sliding scale based on income. Patients are referred to HCNP by their cardiologist. If you believe your child would benefit from this program, please call.
Services Provided: Clinical services for Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN). Children born with complex congenital heart disease (CHD) can be at an increased risk of developmental, learning and behavioral disorders.
The goal of the HCNP is to provide assessment, guidance and resources for those at risk. HCNP is a longitudinal program that starts while the infant is in the hospital. Patients are seen at: Inpatient consultation developmental screening, 12-24 months, 3-6 years, 9-12 years.

High risk conditions include: cyanotic heart disease; open heart surgery as a newborn, other risk factors combined with heart disease including prematurity, ECMO, genetic syndrome, seizures, heart transplant and history of cardiac arrest.
Provider Profiles: HCNP clinics are held in Salt Lake City twice a month. Assessments can require up to 4 hours.
A partnership with Primary Children's Hospital

The University of Utah has assumed responsibility for clinical services formerly provided by the Bureau of Child Development, Utah Department of Health.
Original Source:
Last Updated: 8/29/2017
81 N Mario Capecchi Drive
Eccles Outpatient Services
Salt Lake City, UT 84113
Phone: 801-587-2255
Organization Name: University Developmental Assessment Center (UDAC), Pediatrics, University of Utah
Address: 81 N Mario Capecchi Drive
Eccles Outpatient Services
Salt Lake City, UT 84113
Phone: 801-587-2255
Email: NFP@utah.gov
Eligibility: For infants who meet eligibility criteria or have developmental concerns. Sliding scale based on income. If you believe your infant would benefit from this program, please call. Criteria, any one of the following: birthweight less than or equal to 2 lbs, 12 oz; gestational age under 26 weeks; ECMO support required; diagnosis of HIE, referral by a medical provider.
Services Provided: Clinical services for Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN). Neonatal Follow-up is a statewide program whose threefold mission is to:
-Offer 2½ year interdisciplinary follow-up services to an at-risk graduate from a referring newborn intensive care unit (NICU)
-Complement the care provided by the child’s medical home
-Provide feedback to the referring NICU
The program offers periodic screening by a multidisciplinary team. When indicated, the program assists with or refers to appropriate intervention and financial services. The program provides psychosocial support as needed.
The NFP services are tailored to the needs of each child. A summary of each evaluation is sent to the child’s medical home and to the referring newborn intensive care unit. With parent approval, the summary is also sent to other providers involved in the child’s care.
Services offered: Developmental pediatrics, Child psychology (developmental testing), Speech/Language pathology, Nutrition (nutritional analysis), Audiology (hearing evaluation), Neurology (brain/nervous system evaluation--Provo location), Physical/Occupational therapy (motor skills evaluation).
Provider Profiles: Clinic Tuesday and Thursday mornings in Salt Lake, 8 am - 12 noon

NFP clinics held in Salt Lake, Ogden (3rd and 5th Monday of each month) and Provo, by referral by NICU or medical care provider.

Imagine Perfect Care seed funded project

The University of Utah has assumed responsibility for clinical services formerly provided by the Bureau of Child Development, Utah Department of Health.
Original Source:
Last Updated: 1/22/2018
81 N. Mario Capecchi Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84113
Phone: 801-587-2255
Organization Name: University Developmental Assessment Center (UDAC), Pediatrics, University of Utah
Address: 81 N. Mario Capecchi Drive
Salt Lake City, UT 84113
Phone: 801-587-2255
Eligibility: Ages 0-21. Sliding scale based on income. Most often referred by an orthopedic specialist. If you believe your child would benefit from this program, please call.
Services Provided: Infants and children with an orthopedic diagnosis and continued concerns can visit a specialist at one of the traveling clinics, not offered in Salt Lake. We partner with local primary care providers and assist families in the coordination of their child’s ongoing developmental needs including family support services.
Provider Profiles: Clinics with an orthopedic specialist are offered in Blanding, Moab, Price, Richfield, St. George and Vernal, one-day each, two - three times a year.

*Orthopedics also sees patients at Tiny Tots in Utah Valley one to two times a year and children at Shriners Hospital, Salt Lake County, quarterly.

The University of Utah has assumed responsibility for clinical services formerly provided by the Bureau of Child Development, Utah Department of Health.
Clinical services for Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN)
Original Source:
Last Updated: 7/6/2017
Organization Name: Department of Pediatrics, University of Utah
Address: 81 N Mario Capecchi Drive
Primary Children's Outpatient Services
Salt Lake City, UT 84113
Phone: 801-587-2255
Fax: 801-585-2209
Email: udac@hsc.utah.edu
Eligibility: Must have referral from medical care provider. Birth weight 2 lbs,12 oz or less ; Gestational Age 26 weeks or less; ECMO support required; Diagnosis of hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy. Sliding scale.
Services Provided: Clinical services for Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN).
UDAC evaluates children with or at risk for developmental delays throughout Utah; provides developmental assessments and management recommendations for all ages of children. Clinics include Chid Development Program (CDP); Heart Center Neurodevelopmental Program (HCNP), Neonatal Follow-up Program (NFP).

Services include: Developmental Pediatrics, Psychology, Genetics, Neurology, Audiology, Speech and Language Pathology, Occupational and Physical Therapy, Family Support Services.
Autism Spectrum Disorder Assessment
Provider Profiles: Karen Buchi, MD Executive Director
Laurie Lesher, Operations Director
Sarah Winter, MD Medical Director, Neurodevelopmental Pediatrics
Paul Carbone,MD
Kendra Lystad, MD
Quan-Tuyen Nguyen, MD
Sean Cunningham, PhD, Psychologist
Carlee Walsh, Psychologist
Kelly Stout, Psychologist
Danielle Freiberg, Occupational Therapist
Andrianna Comas, Occupational Therapist
Lauren Ayala, Physical Therapist
Katrina Wheeler, Speech Therapist
Jori Harris, Speech Therapist
Athena Carolan Parker, Clinic Manager
Original Source:
Last Updated: 7/19/2018

Washington Terrace, UT

Organization Name: Midtown Community Health Centers
Address: 5285 South 400 East, Ste A
Washington Terrace, UT 84405
Phone: 801-393-5355
Fax: 801-394-4609
Eligibility: Clinic serves exclusively children under age 18. CHCs serve everyone, insured and uninsured. Patients pay for services on a sliding-scale fee structure based on their income. Medicaid, Medicare, CHIP (Children’s Health Insurance Program), PCN (Primary Care Network), most private medical insurances (please confirm when you set an appointment)
Wheelchair Accessible: Complete
Services Provided: Midtown Children's Clinic is exclusively for children (birth-18 years), providing well-child visits, immunizations, and treatment for acute illnesses. Experienced in caring for children with chronic illnesses and special needs.
Provider Profiles: AUCH
Trained in the medical home model 6/18/2011 - 12/31/2014.
Original Source:
Last Updated: 4/3/2018