Mi hija adulta Daisy, y yo hemos sido pacientes de Family Healthcare desde que nos mudamos a St. George hace once años. Nuestra experiencia en Family Healthcare ha sido muy positiva, y mucho mejor a lo que estábamos acostumbradas en California. Todo el Personal de la clínica, han sido muy amables, de buen corazón y nos han ayudado mucho. Para mí son como unos ángeles. Tenemos tantas historias acerca del cuidado que hemos recibido. Ellos siempre tienen una solución para nosotros, no importa que tan grande sea el desafío. Por ejemplo: Yo estaba teniendo problemas de la vista y necesitaba una operación muy costosa, y Daisy, quien tiene Parálisis Cerebral, necesitaba aparatos ortopédicos para sus piernas. Family Healthcare me ayudo a adquirir la cirugía para recuperar la vista que yo necesitaba, realizada por doctores voluntarios y el personal médico en la Ciudad de Salt Lake. Y Daisy también pudo recibir los aparatos ortopédicos! Más recientemente cuando me estaba siendo difícil adquirir el examen de COVID-19 necesario en anticipación de mi cirugía, la clínica de St. George nuevamente en su afán de ayudar más allá de lo normal, el Doctor Samuel Christensen se tomó el tiempo de salir a mi auto y asegurarse que yo tuviera todo el papeleo necesario para asegurar que todo estuviese en orden para cuando yo fuera a mi cita de la cirugía. Quiero compartir nuestras buenas experiencias para que otras personas puedan obtener la ayuda para el cuidado de salud que necesitan. Mi mensaje para otros es que no deben tener miedo por no tener el dinero suficiente, o por no hablar Inglés muy bien. La clínica de Family Healthcare siempre tiene una manera de ayudarles, y su personal que es muy caritativo habla Español. Pueden estar seguros que ellos intentaran todo lo posible por ayudarles. Me gustaría añadir también mi agradecimiento a la doctora Helen McMahan, su atención siempre tan amable y al pendiente de proveer al paciente lo que necesita. Anel Robledo y Beatriz Giron mi agradecimiento especial a ellas, siempre dispuestas a ayudarle a uno y hacerlo sentir en confianza y si la ayuda no está a la mano, ellas siempre van más allá para encontrarla. Sin ellas mi cirugía no hubiera sido posible.


My adult daughter, Daisy, and I have been patients at Family Healthcare since moving to St. George eleven years ago. Our experience at Family Healthcare has been very positive, and a big improvement over what we were used to in California. The staff at Family Healthcare are all so kind, good-hearted, and helpful. I think of them as angels. I have so many good stories about the care we have received. They always have a solution for us, no matter how big the challenge is. For example; I was having vision problems and needed expensive surgery, and Daisy, who has Cerebral Palsy, needed braces for her legs. Family Healthcare helped me get the sight-restoring surgery I needed, performed by volunteer doctors and medical personnel in Salt Lake City. And Daisy was able to get the braces she needed too! More recently when I was having trouble getting a pre-surgery COVID-19 test here in St. George, Family Healthcare stepped in to help once again, and always going the extra mile, Dr. Samuel Christensen took the time to come out to my car and make sure I had the paperwork I needed to ensure things would go smoothly when I arrived at my surgery appointment. I want to share our good experience so that others can get the healthcare help they need. My message to others is that you don’t have to feel afraid that you don’t have enough money, or that you don’t speak English well enough. Family Healthcare always has a way to help you, and the compassionate staff speak Spanish. You can trust them to try everything they can to help you. I would also like to share my gratitude to my Doctor Helen McMahan, her kind attention and gentle care, always striving to provide the best care and assist her patients. Special thanks to Anel Robledo and Beatriz Giron for always being willing and ready to help and, make us feel comfortable with them, and if the assistance is not within reach, they always go above and beyond to find it. Without them, my surgery would not have been possible.

Manuela and Daisy

Manuela

One of our board certified family nurse practitioners worked with a patient who was an opioid prescription addict. He received medication assistant treatment and was supported by behavioral therapy to help him understand the underlying causes of addiction.

He went off opioids and attended regular session with his therapist. He continues to do well and is so thankful for everything in his life right now. Six months ago he was homeless, and now he is living in an RV with his wife who is also going through the program.

He just got a job promotion driving truck with a pay raise and loves it. His wife is currently pregnant, so they have a baby on the way. He is helping to care for his mother who is actually telling him how proud she is of him and how much she appreciates him.

He was skeptical about how he would do in the program, but it has changed his life. He states he was always a negative person complaining about how awful everything was, and the behavioral counseling has taught him to be thankful for things, and he keeps getting more and more to be thankful for.

He had a bad day the other day and strongly felt the urge to use. He told his wife he felt like using again and felt like he needed to go out for a walk instead. He listened to music on his walk, and actually was dancing down the streets on his way home from the walk much happier. He is happy to be learning different coping strategies and is proud of his success.

Patient

When I first became a Family Healthcare patient, about two or three years ago, I was in high school and
was facing some dark times in my life. But I had hope that in the right environment, with the right care, I
could be happier.

As a therapy patient I’ve had a very positive experience, and good results. I’ve learned how to look at
things with a new perspective, with more empathy for others. I now approach life and problem solving
differently. By breaking bad thought patterns and using my new coping skills, I have a much more
positive outlook, and feel happier.

My mother, and other members of my family are also Family Healthcare patients. English is their second
language, so they like the fact that Family Healthcare staff speak Spanish, as well as English, which
makes things more comfortable for them. They no longer have fear about reaching out for health care.

Family Healthcare is definitely worth a try. The staff are welcoming, and helpful. The sliding scale fees
make it is accessible and affordable.

Luis