The state of Utah’s Medicaid program has expanded to cover the treatment of chronic pain and other ailments in tri county hospitals.
The state has also created a tri county dental program.
But, in the past two years, the state has seen an influx of patients seeking care at the Tri County Health Center, which is located just outside of Salt Lake City.
The Tri County health center is one of the largest medical centers in the state.
Its main goal is to treat people with chronic conditions and illnesses.
According to the Tri-County Health Center website, it provides services such as orthopedic care, dermatology, respiratory care, and dental care.
In addition, Tri County is also home to the University of Utah Medical Center.
The University of Salt and Portland State University both have medical centers nearby, which offer some services that are offered by the University Health Center.
According a Utah Department of Health spokesperson, the Tri State Health Center is in line with the guidelines set forth by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
However, the agency said Tri County’s health center was not eligible to receive the Medicaid expansion program because the hospital had not been awarded a contract for Medicaid.
The health center received a contract, however, which was extended by the state, according to the spokesperson.
Tri County Health Director Scott Estrada said Tri State is not eligible for Medicaid because Tri State did not receive a contract from the state to receive Medicaid expansion services.
Estrada, however is not the only health center to have problems obtaining the Medicaid health care expansion funds.
The Utah Health Department’s website shows a number of health centers in Utah were not awarded a Medicaid expansion contract.
The department states the University Medical Center, the University Hospital of Utah, and the University Park Medical Center are not eligible due to the fact they do not have Medicaid expansions.
The university of Utah has also been a source of controversy, with many claiming it was given an extension on Medicaid expansion funds by the Utah Health Division to ensure it would receive the state’s Medicaid expansion.