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Get help when you need it – on the slopes

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – Qualified physicians, nurses, X-ray technicians, emergency medical technicians and unit clerks are on hand to take care of snow sports enthusiasts on the slopes.

Barton Health winter injury clinics are available for urgent care treatment of ski and snowboard injuries at Heavenly Mountain Resort and Sierra-at-Tahoe.

Qualified physicians, nurses, X-ray technicians, emergency medical technicians and unit clerks are on hand to take care of snow sports enthusiasts on the slopes. X-rays, moderate IV sedation and patient ground transport and airlifts to area hospitals are available.



Barton Clinic at Heavenly Mountain Resort is open from 10 a.m. to mountain closing time. The clinic is located at the California base lodge next to Heavenly Ski Patrol and the tram. For more information, call 530-543-5575.

The Sierra-at-Tahoe Clinic is open Friday through Sunday (half days on Fridays). For more information, call 530-659-7434.



For medical emergencies, call 911.


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