Recent News

  • CVMC Welcomes Jared Pikus, DO

    Central Valley Medical Center is excited to announce that Jared Pikus, DO has joined our medical team as the newest Family Medicine doctor with eight years of dedicated experience following him. His new practice will be located at 210 East Main Street, Santaquin, Utah 84655 in the new CVMC Santaquin Clinic and is seeing patients Starting May 6, 2020, in the office from 8 AM to 5 PM Monday through ...

  • COVID-19 Update | CVMC continues safe, routine care

    Central Valley Medical Center is working hard to continue to support the community with all their healthcare needs during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. CVMC has a robust COVID-19 preparedness plan and is ready to respond to community needs in collaboration with our local and state health agencies. The safety of our patients, caregivers, and the community is our top priority at Central ...

  • Central Valley Medical Center Implements New Visitor Restriction Policy to Ensure Safety of Patients, Caregivers and Community.

    CVMC has set up visitor restrictions to support infection prevention and to keep our patients, caregivers, and facilities safe during the coronavirus outbreak. Current visitor restrictions are modeled from the CDC and Utah Department of Health guidelines. The policy, which goes into effect immediately today Thursday, March 12, 2020, includes: You’re asked to call ahead before you come into a ...

  • Central Valley Medical Center Appoints New Chief Nursing Officer

    Nephi, Utah August 2018 – Central Valley Medical Center (CVMC) is very pleased to announce Jared England, RN, BSN as its Chief Nursing Officer (CNO). Prior to accepting this new position, he served as Emergency Department Manager at CVMC. Jared England has been a part of the Central Valley Medical Center family for more than ten years. He began his career as a part-time Certified Nurse ...

  • Dr. John B Sorensen Accepts The Church Call

    Nephi, Utah August 23, 2019 – After nearly three great years at Central Valley Medical Center, Doctor John B Sorensen, MD will be taking a temporary leave of absence to serve a full-time religious mission with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints as an Area Medical Advisor in Central America. This leave of absence will be for approximately 18 months. As an esteemed Board Certified ...

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