Are we accepting new patients?
Yes, we are accepting new patients at our family practice and can often get you in on the same day or when most convenient for you.
Do we accept walk-ins?
Walk-ins are most welcome! Upon arrival notify the receptionist that you are here to be seen by Chad Speth and our staff will be with you shortly.
How do I set up an appointment?
Follow this link or call 435-363-2000
Do I need a primary care provider?
Yes! A long-term relationship with a primary care provider can help with decreasing health cost, decreasing hospital and ER visits, early recognition of disease, and improved management of chronic illness.
What should my primary care provider be aware of?
Your primary care provider or should be aware of:
- Past medical history
- Past or current medication including over-the-counter medication
- Any health concerns
- Any changes to your health or your family’s health
What is a nurse practitioner?
Nurse Practitioners are an important part of a healthcare team. They are able to provide quality care in a variety of settings such as primary care, family practice, urgent care, and other hospital and outpatient settings. They are licensed as advanced practice registered nurses with board certification in areas such as family practice, pediatrics, geriatrics, psych/mental health, women’s health, oncology, and others. They practice independently in family practice or as a team to assess, diagnose, treat both chronic and acute illness and participate in wellness and disease prevention
What do I do if I or my child have depression or anxiety?
Depression and anxiety are common health issues that affect children, adolescents, and adults. Depression and anxiety can have a significant impact on the well-being of individuals, families, and communities. Thankfully these conditions are treatable, often with significant improvement to quality of life. If you suspect you or a loved one are struggling with a mental illness, help is readily available.
At Abundant Family Practice, we are able to assess, diagnose, formulate a treatment plan, and prescribe appropriate treatment. We work closely with other mental health practitioners, such as psychologists, therapists, and life coaches, to meet the varied needs of our patients. If you have any concerns about yourself or a loved one please call us today.
Where do I start if I suspect my child of an eating disorder?
Eating disorders are a common and frequently overlooked psychological illness. In addition to significantly impacting mental health, they affect every organ system of the body. They have one of the highest death rates of any of the psychiatric illnesses and should be taken very seriously.
If you have concerns that you or a loved one have symptoms of an eating disorder, please seek the advice of a healthcare professional, such as a medical provider or therapist. One of the best places to start is with your primary care provider or family practice. They can assess the overall physical and mental health and recommend appropriate treatment. Adequate treatment of eating disorders generally involves treatment from a medical provider, a therapist, and a dietitian.