Body Mass Index (BMI)

Body Mass Index (BMI)

BMI (Body Mass Index): BMI is an indicator of the amount of body fat for most people. It can be used by a screening tool to identify whether an adult is at a healthy weight. It is not always accurate. A body can weigh more if it is more muscular, for example. Please...
March Birthdays!

March Birthdays!

(Our staff and providers work hard to give you the best possible experience but sometimes it’s fun to take a minute and celebrate. As part of our birthday celebrations, we gave our staff and providers a list of questions to answer that will be posted during...
International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day

At Cache Valley Women’s Center, we honor all women, not just those who pioneered fields such as art, technology, writing, and medicine. Today, on International Women’s Day, we wanted to highlight Cecilia Grierson, the first woman to receive a medical...
The Best Contest Prize Ever

The Best Contest Prize Ever

For our final contest, we have teamed up with our friends at Saranoni Blanket and Leilani Salon and Spa to give one of you a gorgeous XL size luxury Saranoni blanket, along with a one-hour massage from Leilani! To enter: 1. Like this photo. 2. Follow/Like Cache Valley...
February Birthdays

February Birthdays

(Our staff and providers work hard to give you the best possible experience but sometimes it’s fun to take a minute and celebrate. As part of our birthday celebrations, we gave our staff and providers a list of questions to answer that will be posted during...
Blood Sugar

Blood Sugar

Blood Sugar: Getting too much added sugar in your diet could significantly increase your risk of dying from cardiovascular disease, and contribute to obesity, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. Ideal Number: 100 mg/dL. Measured with a blood test after fasting....
FOR OUR PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIESInformation Regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

The Cache Valley Women’s Center remains committed to providing high-quality and compassionate care while ensuring the safety and well-being of our patients and staff. As our knowledge of COVID-19 grows, we look at everything we can do to keep our communities healthy. This requires frequent updating and revising of our policies.

Patients are allowed to bring ONE person to ALL visits.

AS A REMINDER:

  • This person needs to be over the age of 18 or a newborn baby in a carrier.
  • Please make arrangements before your appointment (this includes walk in visits for any blood work being done) for your children who are under 18.

Although masks are no longer required, they are still encouraged during your visit—especially for those who have not received the COVID-19 vaccine.

For the safety of our patients and staff, we ask that anyone experiencing flu like symptoms such as fever, cough, sore throat, loss of sense of taste or smell, or muscle aches and pains to please call and reschedule your appointment. For those who have tested positive for Covid-19, please reschedule your appointment 14 days out from your first day of symptoms. If you still have symptoms at that time, you will be asked to wear a mask to your appointment, regardless of vaccination status.

We are continuing to follow social distancing guidelines. If our waiting room exceeds the amount we feel comfortable with at any time, you may be asked to wait in your car and we will text or call you when we have a room ready for you. Thank you for being so patient and understanding with our many changes in policies. Our main concern is always the safety of our patients and staff and we will do our best to keep everyone healthy, happy, and comfortable while in our office.

We will continue to exercise caution and encourage best practices for the safety of our patients and staff. There will be hand sanitizer readily available in all areas and frequent and proper hand washing. We will also continue to clean and sanitize our waiting room, exam rooms, checkout area, and other patient care areas. Essential PPE and masks will still be available for our patients upon request.

Please do not hesitate to call our office at (435) 753-9999 with any additional questions or concerns. We truly appreciate you and your patience with us during this time.

Sincerely,

The providers and staff at Cache Valley Women’s Center at the Lodge

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