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White Tree Medical
Outpatient medical detox is our specialty. You get full medical care in an outpatient setting that lets you detox while you keep doing your life. It’s highly effective, safe, and best of all saves you money.
SAME DAY VISITS
If you need to see us today, we do our best to get you in. We want you to get fast immediate help for your addiction.
Our one-session assessment will help you know if you need to detox and what the best ongoing treatment is for you.
Your White Tree Medical doctor will be a caring expert in addiction, detoxification, pain management, and general medicine.
Over 80 medical insurance plans are accepted, often allowing patients to cover visits with just a co-pay and a small case management fee.
CALL ANYTIME 24/7 FOR AN APPOINTMENT 801-503-9211
White Tree Medical provides the most comprehensive medical services available to maximize efforts to achieve and maintain sobriety.
We work closely with every behavioral therapy program in the state through all three phases of addiction recovery including detox, rehab, and long-term sobriety maintenance.
STATE OF UTAH LICENSED OUTPATIENT MEDICAL DETOXIFICATION
Our medical outpatient detoxification program is the first licensed medical outpatient ambulatory detox clinic in the state of Utah. It’s ideal for people who need to detox yet do not have the time to take away from work or family. After a thorough initial evaluation, the patient comes to the clinic daily for follow-up and medication.
OPIATES/OPIOIDS ADDICTION MEDICATION MANAGEMENT
We are also a highly-rated Suboxone®/Subutex® medical care facility. These medicines may be prescribed for patients with addiction, dependency, and/or pain management issues. This includes patients who wish to transition from heroin or opioids (Oxycodone, etc.), as well as those who are already on Suboxone or Subutex and want to switch medical facilities.
ALCOHOL/OTHER ADDICTION MEDICATION MANAGEMENT
We offer medical management for patients who want/need to get off of all illicit and/or abused substances completely, and need other medications to help them maintain sobriety. These medications may include Vivitrol, Naltrexone, and Antabuse, among others.
Pain management services are offered at White Tree Medical to those individuals who suffer from mild to moderate chronic pain. Suboxone®/Subutex® (buprenorphine) is utilized as a safer alternative in place of other opioid pain relievers (such as Oxycodone, etc.). Many additional non-opioid medications for pain can also help with pain management, and these medications are added as appropriate.
We understand the importance of coordination of medication management with behavioral health programs. Most medical addiction clinics fail to adequately address this need. Case managers coordinate the medical care provided at this facility with behavioral therapy programs. Case managers can also help with insurance issues, prior authorizations, and many other aspects of care outside of what the physician typically provides.
About White Tree Medical
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Here’s what real patients are saying about White Tree Medical
“White Tree Medical has been nothing but kind, professional and caring since day one!! It’s not just your typical Doctors office. They treat you like a person rather than a symptom and all your needs are addressed. They have made me feel like Family and I am Comfortable talking about my life problems as well as getting my medication.”
“White Tree is not the status quo. They make sure that first, they can help you, and then work with your insurance. Yes! Insurance! Most visits are no different than your family practitioner – you pay your copay.”
“Excellent facility that offers one of a kind type of care for people with addiction issues as well as chronic pain issues. The clinic is very welcoming and has a non-judgmental atmosphere. This is a life saving facility for anyone and everyone that finds their way to the facility and give the established program the chance it deserves.”