Which long COVID clinics are there in Utah State, when you suffer from post COVID, you need to seek help from a doctor.
Every Post COVID Care facility offers different services and access to specialists. We have labeled each according to services offered: Multidisciplinary Long-Term Recovery (most comprehensive), Rehabilitation & Therapy (focus on rehabilitation) and Acute COVID-19 Recovery (focus on improved function after severe illness or hospitalization, often in-patient services).


Northern Utah Rehabilitation Hospital
5825 Harrison Blvd., South Ogden, Utah 84403

Acute COVID-19 Recovery

Providing care for post-COVID patients needing short-term 24hr care through:

  • Rehabilitation nursing care

  • Respiratory care

  • Speech, memory and cognitive therapy

  • Physical therapy

  • Occupational therapy

  • Neuropsychology

  • Pain management

  • Dysphagia management/Swallowing therapy

To make an appointment: Call 801-475-5254.


Rehabilitation and Therapy

Providing outpatient care for long COVID patients needing extended rehabilitation recovery through:

  • Speech, memory and cognitive therapy

  • Dysphagia management/Swallowing therapy

  • Physical therapy to help with balance, mobility, strengthening

  • Occupational therapy to help perform daily activities, including guided community outings and home evaluations

  • Respiratory Therapy consults

  • Nutritional consults

  • Pain management

To make an appointment: Call 801-475-2102.


Utah Valley Specialty Hospital
306 West River Bend Lane, Provo, Utah 84604

Acute COVID-19 Recovery

Providing care for post-COVID patients needing long-term 24hr care management through:

  • Nursing Care

  • Respiratory Care

  • Daily Physician Management

  • Speech, memory and cognitive therapy

  • Physical therapy

  • Occupational therapy

  • Pain management

  • Dysphagia management/Swallowing therapy

  • Ventilator weaning

To make an appointment: Call 801-226-8880.

The University of Utah Health Post-COVID Care Clinic
50 North Medical Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah 84132

Multidisciplinary Long-Term Recovery

In an effort to provide more comprehensive and coordinated care for COVID-19 patients who continue to endure lingering effects of the disease, University of Utah Health has opened a post-COVID-19 care clinic. The clinic, which began accepting appointments on June 1st, 2021, will offer medical services to self-described COVID-19 “Long Haulers” in the Mountain West who have one or more symptoms that have persisted for weeks or months after initial infection. The Clinic aims to address common long-hauler symptoms including: 

  • Fatigue

  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing

  • Cough

  • Joint pain

  • Chest pain

  • Memory, concentration, or sleep problems

  • Muscle pain or headache

  • Fast or pounding heartbeat

  • Loss of smell or taste

  • Depression or anxiety

  • Fever

  • Dizziness when standing

  • Worsened symptoms after physical or mental activities

Clinic patients will be evaluated by an advanced practice clinician or a nurse who will coordinate care with physicians and practitioners in 10 specialties:

  • Dermatology

  • Cardiology

  • Endocrinology

  • Ear, Nose, & Throat (ENT)

  • Infectious Disease

  • Nephrology

  • Neurology

  • Psychiatry

  • Pulmonary

  • Social work

Coordinating through a single provider will help specialists concentrate on what they can specifically do for a patient as part of an overall care plan. The clinic will also conduct research on the long-term effects of COVID-19 in hopes that it will lead to better treatments.

To make an appointment: Call 801-213-0884.

Contact Physician: Jeanette P. Brown, MD


Intermountain Healthcare Pediatric Long COVID Navigation Clinic
For residents of Utah, Nevada, Idaho and Montana

Pediatric Multidisciplinary Long-Term Recovery

The Pediatric Long COVID Navigation Clinic opened in April 2022 to support pediatric patients with Long COVID. The Clinic reviews the work-ups that patients have had thus far and help facilitate evaluation to rule out other potential causes of a patient’s symptoms. To do this, they refer patients to specialist care as needed. The Clinic also assists in the management of symptoms with a goal of returning patients to regular activities and school.

This a telehealth clinic that can virtually see patients under 18 years old in Utah, Nevada, Idaho and Montana. (The clinic hopes to see patients from Wyoming soon.) Once the patient’s referral has been submitted, a patient scheduler will call to schedule the patient in this virtual clinic. Both the patient and parent need to be present on the telehealth visit. 

What to Expect:

  1. A preclinic survey will be sent to the email address provided. This must be completed 3 days before to the patient’s appointment in entirety; this helps the team to focus the visit on the symptoms the patient is experiencing and optimize time for counseling and care management.

  2. The clinic’s medical assistant will call 15 minutes prior to the appointment to check the patient in and obtain additional information needed for the visit.

  3. A link will be sent to the family to access the telehealth visit.

  4. The Nurse Practitioner will join the call. A thorough evaluation to assess your child’s symptoms will be performed. Based on symptoms, referrals may be placed to other pediatric specialists and may include (among others):

    • Cardiology

    • Pulmonology and sleep medicine

    • Behavioral Health

    • Rheumatology

    • Neurology

    • Gastroenterology

    • Integrative Medicine

    • Speech Language Pathology

    • Physical Therapy

    • Lifestyle modifications will also be recommended to assist in the daily management of symptoms.

To make an appointment: Patients need to be referred by their pediatrician or health care provider.

Providers: To refer patients, please send a referral electronically through iCentra or via fax at 385-297-2750. 

Contact Physician: Dongngan Truong, MD