Dialysis Center


Uintah Basin Healthcare Dialysis Centers in both Roosevelt and Vernal are Medicare Certified End-Stage Renal Dialysis (ESRD) facilities. Both Vernal and Roosevelt UBH Dialysis Centers are certified by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). UBH Dialysis Centers in both Roosevelt and Vernal offer renal replacement therapy (dialysis) to patients with chronic kidney disease and acute renal disease. A dedicated interdisciplinary team of providers work together to provide comprehensive care to patients with chronic kidney disease. Our interdisciplinary dialysis team is made up of a board-certified nephrologist, registered nurses, renal dietitians, dialysis technicians and nephrology social workers. For patient comfort, each center is equipped with recliners, personal TVs with headphone connections and more.

UBH Dialysis is dedicated to improving the lives of our patients and families through education, quality centered care, and empowering/educating patients to become more involved in their own care. The new UBH Vernal Dialysis facility along with our Roosevelt Dialysis facility will be able to provide all of the above, along with convenience and quality that will offer an improved experience for patients in the Vernal, Roosevelt and surrounding areas.

For more information, call: Roosevelt 435-725-2008, Vernal 435-781-2335.

Roosevelt Dialysis

 The Roosevelt Dialysis Center is open Monday through Saturday from 5:00 AM to 5 PM during a morning and afternoon shift with 20 patient station capacity including an isolation room and dedicated COVID Pod.

Vernal Emergency Room

Vernal Dialysis

The Vernal Dialysis Center is our brand new, state of the art, 12 patient station capacity for morning and afternoon shifts including an isolation room.

The Vernal Dialysis Center is open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 5:00 AM to 5 PM. 

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