What's Happening

University of Utah Health Care is set to break ground for their new South Jordan Health Center located in Daybreak on July 27, 2010. The 208,000 sq. ft. facility is the first phase of a larger planned medical campus that would bring additional University healthcare services and specialties to South Valley residents in the future.
The new South Jordan Health Center will offer specialty care in the areas of cardiology, dermatology, gastroenterology, neurology, obstetrics and gynecology, oncology, optometry, orthopedics, physical therapy, psychiatry, radiology, same-day surgery and ENT services. In addition, primary care (family medicine, internal medicine, and pediatrics) and a 24/7 emergency department will be available. An estimated 300 physicians and staff will see patients in Daybreak.  The facility will also have an outpatient pharmacy where area residents can fill prescriptions.
In the shorter term, a temporary clinic will be set up adjacent to the SoDa Row Village Center and offer primary care, cardiology, dermatology, ENT, infertility, plastics, gastroenterology, nephrology, and physical medicine & rehabilitation. The temporary facility is set to open late August 2010 and the permanent facility is expected to be complete in the fall of 2011.
The South Jordan Health Center will be the first major commercial project in Daybreak’s South Station Village and will be located adjacent to the South TRAX Station, the first of two planned TRAX Stations in Daybreak. Medical staff, patients, and anyone else for that matter, will have convenient access to the facility via TRAX. They can ride the train from the main University campus straight to Daybreak and walk right across the street to the new clinic.