Register as a patient at Fourth Street Clinic:
Fourth Street Clinic serves men, women and children experiencing homelessness. Fourth Street Clinic accepts Medicaid and Medicare, but insurance is not required. Read below to make an appointment.
For Medicaid enrollment appointments, call 385.234.5728
Services are offered on a sliding fee scale. You may need to pay a nominal fee for services, based on household income and family size.
You are a Registered Patient if you had a Fourth Street Clinic appointment within the last three years.
Registered patients can call to schedule appointments up to five days in advance (when available).
Appointment Line: 801-364-0058
Your appointment time is your check-in time. Please arrive on time to ensure you get a full appointment with your medical provider.
No patients will be turned away because of inability to pay or insurance status.
Schedule your appointment
Walk ins accepted. If we are unable to see you same day, you can make an appointment in person up to five days in advance:
After hours: Call 801.364.0058
For appointments call your primary care provider directly:
|Chris Belknap, MD||801.364.0058 Ext. 1306|
|Michele Goldberg, MD||801.364.0058 Ext. 1305|
|Amie Kime, FNP||801.364.0058 Ext. 1323|
|Robert Rolfs, MD||801.364.0058 Ext. 1352|
|Joel Wecker, MD||801.364.0058 Ext. 1303|
|Medical Outreach Support||385.234.5714|
As of March 17, 2020, per the recommendation of the ADA, the Fourth Street dental clinic will be closed to routine, elective, and non-necessary treatments for three weeks. For information or for emergency procedures, contact the dental clinic at 385-234-5725.
Ron Kehl, DDS
For appointments call 385.234.5725
How do I get an appointment to see the dentist?
- You must be a registered medical patient of Fourth Street Clinic.
- You must have an appointment to see the dentist. Call our appointment line at 385-234-5725
- No appointment? You can be placed on a wait list, but there is no guarantee you will be seen without an appointment.
- If you have severe dental pain and swelling, go directly to the nearest Emergency Room.
What services are provided at the dental clinic?
- Exams, X-rays, fillings, extractions (pulling of teeth), and dentures.
- There are no dental services for implants, root canals, porcelain crowns and bridges.
Who can be seen at the dental clinic?
- Anyone who qualifies to be seen in the medical clinic
- Patients in good standing without a cessation of service order.
The dental clinic reserves the right to refuse treatment, determined by the dental director.
After hours: Call 801.364.0058
For appointments call 385.234.5693
Fourth Street Clinic provides individual and group therapy and medication management for mental health and substance use disorders. You need to be a registered patient to receive behavioral health services.
|Mary Bank, CSW|
|John Beckman, LCSW|
|Jamie Bustamante, PhD|
|Lindsey Dean, CSW|
|Chris Smith, DNP, PMHNP-BC|
All customers of the Fourth Street pharmacy need to enter through the main Fourth Street Clinic entrance, due to screening for coronavirus.
Located just west of the Fourth Street Clinic main entrance on 400 S.
Phone: 801.333.8628 | Fax: 801.433.0153
No outside prescriptions filled.
You must see your Fourth Street Clinic provider about any prescriptions written by other health care professionals.
If you have refills left on your prescription, call 801.333.8628 and your prescription should be ready within 24-48 hours.
If you lose a prescription, we cannot refill it.
Schedule an appointment with your provider when you run out of refills.