Our experienced staff specializes in the treatment of acute and chronic pain through both surgical and non-surgical means. Our wide range of precision diagnostics, sophisticated techniques, and innovative therapies allows us to design a treatment plan customized to your specific needs. From diagnosing the diverse range of causes to determining the most successful treatment, we specialize in relieving pain and restoring quality of life.
The Intermountain Cancer Center at Intermountain Healthcare's Cedar City Hospital (formerly Valley View Medical Center) brings clinical expertise to offer the best care possible to patients.
The center's services include radiation oncology (radiation therapy), medical oncology and chemotherapy, along with a Radiation Exposure Screening and Education Program, a service unique to the area that screens people concerned about an elevated risk for cancer due to radiation exposure. In addition, a comprehensive library of cancer-related materials can be found in the Intermountain Cancer Education Center.
Education about your diabetes can help you improve your quality of life, but managing diabetes can sometimes seem like a difficult task. With the help of the ADA recognized diabetes education program at Cedar City Hospital, you can learn to make it a little easier. Participating in diabetes education will give you the tools you need to successfully learn to manage your condition.
Our diabetes education program offers support during this time of change, and the information you gain can help you meet the challenges you are facing with strength and the ability to continue to enjoy life.
There is a fee for all group and individual instruction. Medicare and most insurance plans have benefits for diabetes education. Check with your insurance provider to find out what they will cover.
The Women and Newborns Center at Cedar City Hospital (formerly Valley View Medical Center) offers a broad range of care for you and your new baby. We have 16 state-of-the-art patient rooms, which includes meal room service for patients.
Creating a healthy lifestyle is one of the most important goals you can accomplish. Nutrition counseling services at Cedar City Hospital (formerly Valley View Medical Center) helps you make healthy choices when it comes to diet. Individual nutrition counseling provides a one on one session with our outpatient dietitian.
Appointments can be arranged directly by the client, or through the client's doctor. The sessions with the registered dietitian include a complete assessment of your overall nutritional status, medical history, and dietary habits, followed by a personalized plan to help you achieve your nutritional goals and a healthy lifestyle. Nutritional guidance is offered for a wide variety of diagnoses and medical problems, as well as for nutrition through the life cycle.
Focuses on medical nutrition therapy for a range of conditions: Weight management, GI (gastrointestinal) disorders, food allergies, renal failure (condition in which the kidneys lose the ability to remove waste and balance fluids), pregnancy, etc. Service includes a complete assessment of client's nutritional status, medical history and current medical/nutrition problem. A personalized plan of nutrition therapy is developed and provided, with follow-up sessions arranged as needed. Individual or class options are available. Please call (435) 251-3793 to set up an appointment Monday-Friday.
Eating Disorders (Anorexia and Bulimia)
Please contact a registered dietitian to schedule an appointment. The dietitian is available to provide eating disorder nutrition counseling in St. George or Cedar City.
Metabolic Disorders (PKU, etc.)
Please contact a registered dietitian for a one on one nutrition consult. Metabolic Clinics generally take place Tuesday of each week in St. George.
Services other than nutrition counseling are also provided by the Clinical Nutrition Department. Presentations on nutrition topics to community groups and schools can be arranged. Menu approval for specialty schools and nutrition assessments for skilled nursing and assisted living facilities are also available.
The Wound Care Clinic at Cedar City Medical Center uses the latest medical practices and technology to provide excellent wound care and treatment. We specialize in providing the best possible treatment and environment for wounds to heal. We use the latest medical practices and technology to help your wound heal so you can return to your healthiest life possible. Our caring staff works with you to listen and provide support throughout your treatment.
Noninvasive vascular studies Lifestyle risk assessment Wound biopsy and cultures Nutritional and metabolic analysis Autolytic, chemical, or surgical debridement Specialty wound dressing Growth factor therapy Preventative strategies
Separately, we offer anticoagulation management for patients receiving Coumadin (Warfarin) through our Anticoagulation clinic located within Cedar City Wound Care clinic. As a patient, we will manage your anticoagulation therapy, perform point of care testing to determine your INR level, and provide education regarding anticoagulation therapy and medication management by our on-site healthcare professional.
Treatment at Cedar City Wound Care and Anticoagulation requires a referral from your primary care physician, surgeon, or cardiologist.
For the first visit, patients should arrive 15 minutes early to complete paperwork. Please bring a list of your current medications, photo ID, and insurance information.