Free Health offers pediatrics clinics on Wednesdays
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The Moab Free Health Clinic will now be offering a weekly pediatrics clinic every Wednesday from 7 to 8 p.m. Dr. Joe Roberts, an experienced pediatrician, will be at the clinic every Wednesday evening to treat children 18 years old and younger.

“Dr. Joe [Roberts] treats everything from the common cold, to ADD, to asthma, to well-child checkups, to sports physicals,” clinic officials said in a news release.

Appointments are required and will be taken on a call-in basis. To make an appointment, please call the MFHC at 435-259-1113. A $15 donation per patient is requested.

The clinic is located at 350 South 400 East.

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