Fire Damage at Our Lehi Practice

February 21, 2020

Dear Patients,

On the evening of Sunday, January 12th, crews were called to our Lehi office to respond to a fire in the basement. Thankfully, they were able to subdue it in a little over an hour and prevent it from spreading throughout the building.

We are incredibly grateful that the fire occurred after hours when no one was in the building. Investigators are still determining the cause but believe it was accidental.

As you are probably already aware, we’ve closed the office for repairs and have been doing our best to continue to treat patients at neighboring offices as best as we can. We recognize the inconvenience this has caused for a lot of you and truly appreciate your patience with us during this process. Don’t worry — we will get everything restored to its former glory as soon as possible! We are tentatively scheduled to be back up and running in November.

Temporary Space Secured!

It’s time for some good news: we have secured a temporary office just down the road from our Lehi practice!  This space is only one minute away, located in the parking lot of Costco, across from Rumbi Island Grill. More importantly, it will allow us to operate at full capacity and deliver the same excellent experience as before. The address is: 945 W 500 N Suite B106, American Fork, UT 84003.

We will soon be ready to start seeing patients at this location.  We will keep you updated so you know exactly when and where to go. 

Again, we apologize for the inconvenience this has caused, and we sincerely thank you for all your support. It means so much to us. 

Sincerely, 

—Doctors Bret, Jenny, Nate, Eric, and Tyson, and the rest of our Stonehaven team

P.S. Call or text us at 801-855-0555 to schedule your next cleaning. We’re excited to see you again!

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