SALT LAKE CITY – November 21, 2022 – Utah’s leading Medical Card evaluation provider is pleased to announce its new name, KindlyMD, and an expansion of its healthcare services.
KindlyMD, formerly known as Utah Therapeutic Health Center, will continue to offer its Medical Card evaluations, which open the door for plant-based treatment options for qualifying patients.
The company’s new services include mental health counseling and therapy, and medication management for any type of prescription medication.
“It’s been a thrill to watch the evolution of healthcare in Utah over the last few years. There are some wonderful alternative treatments we can recommend now, and our expanded services will help us reach an even broader range of patients,” said KindlyMD founder Tim Pickett, PA-C.
KindlyMD offers a subscription plan designed to help patients streamline their most critical healthcare needs. With a KindlyMD subscription, a patient benefits from monthly check-ups, medication refills, embedded behavioral health services, and ongoing treatments.
KindlyMD’s therapists specialize in treating patients with conditions like anxiety, depression, and PTSD. Additionally, the company’s staff of Qualified Medical Providers (QMPs) can assist patients seeking alternative treatment options for a variety of medical conditions, including chronic pain.
KindlyMD’s care teams are now seeing patients at clinics in Millcreek, Ogden, Bountiful, and Provo. A fifth clinic, the company’s largest, is expected to open in Murray in December. Available services may vary by location. Call 385-388-8220 or visit kindlymd.com for details.
KindlyMD offers affordable patient-focused care programs for those dealing with pain, PTSD, depression, anxiety & other medical conditions. With a combination of prescription management, mental health services, and alternative treatment methods, we’re creating care plans that make sense for our patients and doing our part to end the opidemic. We empower our patients to find what works for them while providing evidence-based guidance and recommendations all along the way. KindlyMD brings compassion back to healthcare.