CopperView Medical Center is Here to Help in South Jordan, UT: Solve Your Questions about Medical Care with Our FAQs
Is your office currently accepting new patients? Yes. We accept new children and adult patients.
Do you have same-day appointments available? Yes. For your convenience, we have same-day sick and well appointments available seven days a week.
Do you see walk-in patients? We accept walk-in patients on a first come, first serve basis. It is always easier and less wait time to schedule an appointment, so please call ahead.
When should my child be brought in for a well-child check? Please refer to the well-child check guidelines sheet below.
What is the immunization schedule? Please refer to the well-child check guidelines sheet below.
Do I need to bring my insurance card to each appointment? Yes. We verify your insurance information is correct at each appointment.
At which hospitals do your providers have privileges? Our providers are privileged at Jordan Valley Medical Center in West Jordan, Riverton Hospital in Riverton, and Lone Peak Hospital in Draper.
What should I do if I deliver my baby at a hospital where my doctor doesn’t have privileges? On the day of delivery, notify your hospital nurse who you have chosen as your child’s pediatrician. During your child’s hospital stay, the on-call pediatrician will attend to and care for your child. After your child’s hospital stay, call our office to follow-up with your chosen pediatrician.
When should my newborn be seen by the doctor? Within 5 days of life, unless otherwise indicated by the hospital or your pediatrician.
Does your clinic offer new mother consultations if I am expecting? Yes. You are more than welcome to meet any of our providers. This is an excellent way to visit our clinic and meet your child’s pediatrician prior to delivering your baby.
How do I have my medical records transferred from another clinic to your clinic? To transfer medical records, bring one form of state issued identification into our office and we will have you sign a release of medical information.
Do you give immunizations without preservatives? Yes. The majority of our immunizations do not contain preservatives. For more detailed information and questions, call our office.