Clinical & Family Services



When children are healthy, they are more likely to succeed. Maternal and Child Health Programs help promote children’s success by identifying emerging and current health needs, while continuing to assure services like prenatal care and immunizations. The goal is to eliminate barriers to health care and increase access and referrals to needed services.

Integrated Services for Children with Special Healthcare Needs

Care Coordination

Clinical Services

  • Assessing patient and family needs

  • Helping families create care plans

  • Connecting to Medicaid, public programs, health insurance, and community resources

  • Planning for transition into adult programs

  • Scheduling patients/families with clinical service providers

  • Autism

  • Behavioral concerns

  • Social/Emotional concerns

  • Sensory concerns

  • Hearing concerns

  • Speech/Language delay

  • Gross motor delay

Children's Clinic Referral Form

Integrated Services Brochure

Dental Health

Dental care is an important part of health and fluoride is important to maintaining a healthy smile!
At Southeast Utah Health Department we are able to provide fluoride varnish that is applied on a child’s teeth at either a Well Child or a WIC visit. Fluoride strengthens tooth enamel and provides a layer of protection that makes teeth more resistant to acid that causes decay.


The staff will also work with parents to make sure the child has a local dentist where they can attend regular checkups.

Targeted Case Management (TCM)

Your own personal nurse!

A TCM visit is provided by a nurse free to clients as part of Medicaid benefits. The nurse will educate about attending important health visits including dental and postpartum care. The nurse will also help you utilize all of the available resources for you and your family as well as provide you a packet of resources and handouts. Must be a Medicaid member to receive this benefit. If you are not on Medicaid please contact your local SEUHD office to see others ways we are able to help you with this service.

Child Health, Evaluation & Care (CHEC)

CHEC is a medicaid benefit for children. CHEC focuses on keeping children ages 0-20 healthy. 


CHEC services include: 

  • Well-Child visits: health history, eating habits, head to toe assessment, & growth and development check.

  • Immunizations to keep your child healthy

  • Dental varnish & education

Ages & Stages Questionnaire (ASQ)

SEUHD uses the Ages and Stages Questionnaires (ASQ) to provide an accurate developmental and social-emotional screening for children between birth and age 6. This screener uses parents' expert knowledge to evaluate developmental progress and catch delays in young children. For more information on this tool and how it can be used to benefit you and your child, please click here.


Parents as Teachers (PAT)

Parents are their child’s first and most influential teacher!!

Parents as Teachers (PAT) is a FREE home visiting program offered by the Southeast Utah Health Department for prenatal families & families with infants and children up to the age of 5.

PAT Referral Form

Are you Eligible?

  • Qualify for Medicaid and/or WIC

  • First time, single, or teen parent

  • Child with disabilities or chronic health condition.

  • Parent with chronic or mental health conditions

  • Child born weighing less than 3.5 pounds or born too early

  • Child is in foster care or adopted

  • No high school diploma or GED, not currently enrolled

Questions? Call: 

  • Carbon: (435)637-3671 ask for Amy or Julie

  • Emery: (435)381-2252 ask for Jessie

  • Grand: (435)259-5602 ask for Jill

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Women Infants & Children  (WIC)


WIC is a breastfeeding and nutrition program offering services for qualifying mothers, infants and children. WIC not only offers healthy food and formula, but also includes excellent nutrition and breastfeeding education/counseling, and breast pumps for breastfeeding women 

For more information on the WIC program, as well as eligibility guidelines, click here!



Women's Cancer Screening

The Women's Cancer Screening program is especially designed to serve women who qualify between the ages of 40-64. Eligibility is based on household size and income. Women with insurance may qualify. 

The program provides the following services:

  • Low or no cost clinical breast exams

  • Free mammogram voucher

  • Pelvic/Pap exams

  • Female nurses provide education regarding cancer risks and encourage prevention through regular examinations

Where can I go for Screening Services

The best place to go for health services is your regular health care provider.  However, if you do not have one, the Utah Cancer Control Program provides other options for some screening exams. 


Breast and cervical cancer screening are available at SEUHD with a voucher provided for a free mammogram. Please call the Women’s Cancer Screening nurse at 435-637-3671 for more information on other services.

Breast and Cervical Screenings

Pap Test

Pelvic Examination

Clinical Breast Exam

Blood Pressure Test

Sugar/Glucose Test

Voucher for a free Mammogram
Lifestyle Coaching

Treatment Referral

Consent & Authorization Form

Consent & Authorization Form - Spanish

BeWise: Women's Lifestyle Coaching

The BeWise program is targeted towards women ages 50-64. These services are an extension of the Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening. Eligibility is based on household size and income. Women with insurance may qualify.

BeWise services provide a free blood pressure check, cholesterol and sugar/glucose screening, and lifestyle coaching. A coach will review screening values and assist women in setting personal goals.

Maternal Mental Health

At Southeast Utah Health Department, Maternal Mental Health is very important! During a WIC or prenatal visit, clinical services staff administers an electronic screening to pregnant and postpartum women using the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale. This 10 question screening indicates whether symptoms of anxiety or depression are present during pregnancy and in the year following the birth of a child.


After the screening, the client can speak with our staff to create a plan of action most suited to their needs. Options include receiving educational resources, participating in virtual group interventions, or referral to a private provider when necessary.


For more resources please visit:

Pregnancy Testing

We offer pregnancy testing during normal clinic hours or by appointment.

Pregnancy tests are a charge of $15 due at the time of service.

To see our clinic hours click here.


Baby Your Baby

Financial Assistance with Prenatal Care

The Baby Your Baby program offers financial help on a temporary basis to Utah women who are pregnant and do not have the money to pay for prenatal care. Baby Your Baby can help finance a pregnancy through a form of Prenatal Medicaid.

How to Qualify for Baby Your Baby

When applying for prenatal Medicaid, the Baby Your Baby representative will look at your gross monthly income (before taxes) for the current month and also the number of people in the family (including the unborn baby).

If your income and household size are within the requirement guidelines, the representative will assist you with filling out an application and grant you a temporary prenatal Medicaid status. A state Medicaid representative will contact you to get additional information so you are able to receive Medicaid benefits.


Baby Your Baby is only temporary! You must apply for Medicaid as soon as possible. Only one Baby Your Baby temporary service can be issued per pregnancy, so it is important that you turn in a Medicaid application to continue receiving Medicaid Services. 

Once your Medicaid application is processed, your traditional Medicaid card will cover the rest of your pregnancy along with the hospital stay and delivery charges.

If you think that you may qualify for Baby Your Baby Financial assistance please call for an appointment at the office nearest where you live (see locations).

You may also call the Baby Your Baby Hotline at 1-800-826-9662 with any questions or for more information about prenatal or early childhood services available in your community.

Selecting a Health Care Provider

After you are approved for the Baby Your Baby Program, make sure you are selecting an approved Medicaid provider. It is best to choose a doctor or nurse midwife that is Medicaid approved so you wont have to change health providers when you qualify for traditional Medicaid. When contacting your provider of choice to schedule your initial visit, please ask them if they accept Medicaid.

Your Medicaid insurance number will be accessible to your provider.

If you have questions or would like more information, please call the Baby Your Baby Hotline at 1-800-826-9662, or visit



Immunization Clinic Hours

Price Office

149 East 100 South
PO Box 800
Price, UT 84501
(435) 637-3671 • (435) 637-1933 Fax

Walk-in Clinic Hours

Monday - Thursday
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Must bring Personal ID for all services.

* TB tests (PPD) are given on Monday &Tuesday during clinic hours. Tests will be read 48 hours later. This is subject to change if there is a Holiday in that week.

** If you are unable to make it to these walk-in clinic hours please call us and make an appointment with one of our nurses

Moab Office

575 S. Kane Creek Blvd.
Moab, Utah 84532

(435) 259-5602 • (435) 259-7369 Fax

Walk-in Clinic Hours

Monday & Wednesday

3:00 - 4:30 PM

Must bring Personal ID for all services.

Castle Dale

25 W. Main St.

PO Box 644
Castle Dale, UT 84513
(435) 381-2252 • (435) 381-5635 Fax

Walk-in Clinic Hours

3:00 - 4:30 PM

Must bring Personal ID for all services.

SEUHD Accepted Insurances

  • CNIC Health Solutions

  • DMBA (Desert Benefits Association)

  • EBMS (Benefit Solution)

  • EMIA (Educators Mutual)

  • Healthy U

  • Health Smart

  • Mail Handlers Benefits

  • Medicaid

  • Medicare Part B Only

  • Molina (Medicaid/CHIP or Private)

  • MotivHealth

  • PEHP - Advantage & Summit

  • Railroad Medicare

  • Select Health

  • Tall Tree Administrators

  • UMWA Health & Retirement Funds

SEUHD Not Accepted Insurances

  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield

  • Anthem

  • Cigna

  • GEHA

  • Aetna

  • UMR

  • Cigna

  • IBEW

  • AMA

  • Medi-Share

  • Humana

Convenience Fee

Beginning July 18th, a convenience fee will be charged on all debit and credit card purchases. The fee is 2.5% with a minimum of $1.50.


Immunization Records

You can request an immunization record 4 ways:

1. From your Healthcare Provider.

Most healthcare providers in Utah are connected to the Utah Statewide Immunization Information System (USIIS). Contact your provider and ask if they can give you an Official USIIS Personal Utah Immunization Record. If your provider does not participate in USIIS, they can print your immunization record from their own medical record system.

2. Through the Docket mobile app.

Immunization Records in a Snap. Easy access to your personal and family immunization records at no cost. Keep your records at your finger tips!

3. From the Utah Department of Health's Utah Statewide Immunization
    Information System (USIIS)

Submit a completed, notarized USIIS Immunization record Request form to:


PO Box 142012

Salt Lake City, UT 84114


Fax: 801-538-9440

4. From the Southeast Utah Health Department

School & Childcare Immunization Requirements

Vaccines required for students entering Kindergarten:

5 DTP/DTaP/DT - 4 doses if 4th dose was given on/after the 4th birthday
4 Polio - 3 doses if 3rd dose was given on/after the 4th birthday
2 Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR)
3 Hepatitis B
2 Hepatitis A
2 Varicella (Chickenpox)

Proof of immunity to disease(s) can be accepted in place of vaccination only if a document from a healthcare provider stating the student previously contracted the disease is presented to the school.

Vaccines required for students entering seventh grade:

1 Tdap
3 Hepatitis B
2 Varicella (Chickenpox)
1 Meningococcal (with a booster at age 16)

Proof of immunity to disease(s) can be accepted in place of vaccination only if a document from a healthcare provider stating the student previously contracted the disease is presented to the school.

  • Diptheria

  • Tetanus

  • Pertussis

  • Measles

  • Mumps

  • Rubella

NOTE: Rotavirus and Influenza vaccines are recommended, but are not required for students in early childhood programs.

Children attending early childhood programs are required to be immunized appropriately for age.  This means a child has received all of the doses of each vaccine appropriate for the child's age.  Children should be immunized according to current immunization schedules.

Proof of immunity to disease(s) can be accepted in place of vaccination only if a document from a healthcare provider stating the student previously contracted the disease is presented to the school.

Early Childhood Programs
(Includes children in a licensed daycare center, nursery or preschool, childcare facility, family home care, or Head Start Program)

  • Polio

  • Haemophilus Influenza Type b

  • Hepatitis A

  • Hepatitis B

  • Pneumococcal

  • Varicella (chickenpox)

Other Vaccines:


2nd dose-booster recommended at age 16​

HPV Vaccination

  • Recommended for all preteens (including girls and boys) at age 11–12 years. Teens and young adults through age 26 years who didn’t start or finish the HPV vaccine series also need HPV vaccination.

  • CDC recommends that 11- to 12-year-olds receive two doses of HPV vaccine 6 to 12 months apart.

  • Teens and young adults who start the series later, at ages 15 through 26 years, need three doses of HPV vaccine. Dosing schedule: Shot 1-Today, Shot 2-Two months later, Shot 3-Six months.

  • Adolescents aged 9 through 14 years who have already received two doses of HPV vaccine less than 5 months apart will require a third dose. Three doses are recommended for people with weakened immune systems aged 9 through 26 years. Vaccination is not recommended for everyone older than age 26 years. 

Patient Information Sheet

** You must fill out this form prior to receiving any vaccinations at Southeast Utah Health Department.

Immunization Exemptions

** You must print the certificate when the module is completed, as it will not save!!


Communicable Disease

What is provided?

The Communicable Disease Program of Southeast Utah Health Department works to promptly detect, investigate and prevent further transmission of communicable diseases within Carbon, Emery and Grand Counties.  A communicable disease is any disease that is transmitted through contact with an infected individual's blood or body fluids, breathing in airborne viruses, or through an animal or insect bite.

Utah Law requires that certain diseases be reported immediately, see the list here.

For more resources click here.

For information on other disease investigation and surveillance click here.


International Travel

What is provided?

SEUHD provides some travel vaccines. If we do not have the vaccine we can make referrals as necessary. Call your local health department office for more information and any questions on your upcoming trip!



Who is your school nurse?

Your school nurses in Carbon County are

     Carbon School District - Heidi Yoklavich, R.N. - 435-637-3671
     Carbon School District - Teonna Olsen, R.N. - 435-637-3671

     Pinnacle Canyon Academy - Errin Rauhala, R.N. - 435-637-3671


Your school nurse in Emery County is

     Emery School District - Lori Tuttle, R.N. - 435-381-2252


Your school nurses in Grand County are

     Moab Charter School - Donald Cotton, R.N. - 435-259-5602

     Grand School District - Mary Frothingham - 435-210-0096

School Health Services

Vision Screening - PreK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 7th, and 10th grades, and all special education classes. Referrals to parents and eye specialists.

Maturation Teaching - Education for 5th grade boys & girls

Health-Care Plans- Developed with parent and physician input for students with special health needs or medical conditions. Nurses train school staff to safely care for students during school hours. Includes both 504 and individualized education plan (IEP) when children have a medical need.

Medication Management- Medication can be given during school when necessary and district policy is followed- doctor authorization forms are available at each school.

Staff Wellness- Includes blood pressure checks, TB screening, flu shots, teaching on  blood-borne pathogens in the school setting, and other topics.  Tracking and reporting, school staff training,CPR/FA/AED, and administering medications.

Hygiene Teaching - Educate students on the importance of maintaining good hygiene, including bathing, use of antiperspirant, and teeth care. 

Head Lice

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Treating Head Lice

Frequently Asked Questions about Lice


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