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Stay Active This Summer with Group Hikes Hosted by Ogden Clinic

Introducing OCFIT, Ogden Clinic’s new community wellness program. OCFIT hosts community activities that promote health and wellness—all lead by Ogden Clinic providers! Everyone is welcome to participate in our events including group hikes and bike rides. Stay tuned for more information in the weeks to come.

Health Inspired, Life Inspired: Dr. Ray Ward

This blog post is part of Ogden Clinic’s Health Inspired, Life Inspired series. Health Inspired, Life Inspired highlights physicians who serve their communities in diverse ways. Ray Ward’s ties to Davis County run deep. In fact, his ancestor Israel Barlow was in the first group of Mormon pioneers to settle in Bountiful in 1847. A graduate of Woods Cross High School, Ray earned his undergraduate education from BYU and his Medical Doctorate from University of Washington. He returned to his hometown in 2004 and has been practicing medicine in Bountiful ever since. But most people in Utah know Ray Ward for another reason: he’s been a Representative of the Utah State Legislature since 2015. 2018 marks Ray’s 4th consecutive session. What motivated this family physician to take on a role in Utah’s government? How does he find a balance between two very important jobs? And what are some changes he’d like to see in our state this year? Healthcare at the Heart A family physician for nearly two decades, many of the issues that Dr. …

Ogden Clinic Hosts 6th Annual “Shop with a Doc” Event

2017 marks the 6th Annual Shop with a Doc event at Ogden Clinic. Nearly 70 children in need received a shopping spree at Target with an Ogden Clinic provider. The event took place the morning of December 9th, where all children were given a $125 gift card. Parents are encouraged to enjoy refreshments in the lobby and allow their children to shop on their own, giving children the chance to familiarize themselves with doctors and become more comfortable around them.

Bountiful Lawmaker Hopes to Expand Birth Control Access for Low-income Moms – Standard.net

***Article originally seen on standard.net. One Davis County lawmaker is spearheading legislation to make contraceptives more accessible to low-income women, a move that could reduce the number of unintended pregnancies and also lower Utah’s intergenerational poverty rates.

Ogden Clinic partners with Youthlinc’s Outreach Efforts in Kajuki, Kenya

This post was written by Lauren Bikhazi, a local humanitarian from Ogden, Utah. The Ogden Clinic’s healing outreach knows no bounds. Through the incredible generosity of the clinic, the people of Kajuki, Kenya received blessings that they did not anticipate. This project started in mid-October as Youthlinc, a non-profit humanitarian organization, began to assemble for a trip 9,000 miles away. Youthlinc needed sponsors in order to conduct an international outreach and Ogden Clinic stepped up to the plate.