Engaging, guiding, and advancing the health and well-being of the ARUP community

Our goal is to provide services that are unmatched in quality and expertise. This allows ARUP employees and their dependents access to the most comprehensive care available from a team of providers who are solely dedicated to the overall health and wellness of the ARUP community.

Hours and contact information

Medical director: Kathryn Gibson, MD, FAAFP
Clinic manager: Ken C. Durrant, BS
Address: 565 Komas, Salt Lake City, UT 84108
Clinic phone: (801) 584-5144 ARUP Internal Extension: 2400
Wellness phone: (801) 583-2787, ext. 2824
Secure fax: 801-584-5206
Email: FamilyHealthClinic@aruplab.com, wellness@aruplab.com

Clinic and Lab:

Monday and Friday, 6 a.m.–5 p.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
6 a.m.–6 p.m.
Saturday: 8 a.m.–4 p.m.
Closed on Sundays and ARUP observed holidays

Wellness Center:
Monday–Friday, 7:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
Closed on ARUP observed holidays
Gym Access:  Open 24/7/365

Schedule an appointment

The clinic is a primary care clinic. All services are free of charge for those eligible (see Eligibility Information section) to use the clinic.

To schedule an appointment at the clinic, please call (801) 584-5144 , option 2 during business hours Monday—Friday 6 a.m.—5 p.m. Saturday 8a.m.— 4p.m.

You can also schedule an appointment through MyChart

Note: One may only schedule through MyChart once a primary care provider has been established at the ARUP Family Health Clinic. Not all appointment types are available through MyChart.

Click here for MyChart FAQ’s

Eligibility information

When are you eligible to use the clinic for primary care services?

Employees and their registered spouse and dependents are eligible to use the clinic starting the first day of the month at least thirty days after their hire date (e.g. if you were hired on March 15th, your eligibility would be May 1st).

History of the ARUP Family Health Clinic and Wellness Center:

The employee health clinic began in 1992, eight years after ARUP was established. The clinic was initially started as an occupational medicine and acute care clinic for employees and their families, on the premise that providing on site care at no cost better supports employees, reduces medical treatment barriers, and reduces time away from work. As ARUP grew, the clinic grew as well, and added additional providers and space.

In 2004, the ARUP wellness center was established. The wellness center provided the opportunity to work out or meet with a wellness coach on-site and free of charge, allowing employees to use their breaks or time before or after work to improve their overall health.

In 2011, the Employee Health Clinic became the Family Health Clinic and expanded to offer full-fledged primary care services to ARUP employees and their families. In 2014, the clinic and wellness teams merged and became the health and wellness department. Health and wellness currently has 37 employees and continues to grow and support the health and well being of the ARUP community.