Mission & History
Creating Moments & Exceptional Experiences That Heal
Over the past 90 years Community Nursing Services (CNS), has expanded services and coverage areas to meet the needs of Utahns statewide. As Utah’s oldest nonprofit home health care agency, CNS is committed to providing care regardless of insurance coverage or ability to pay.
Our nine offices are accessible to 93% of Utahns; we deliver a wide range of health care services including:
CNS serves thousands of Utahns throughout the state and administers more than 45,000 immunization and flu shots each year. We are proud to partner with the Utah Home Health Coalition (UHHC), providing services to individuals and families in all counties, cities and towns in Utah.
The CNS Charitable Care Program donates services and care to thousands of low-income, uninsured and underinsured Utahns of all ages. We have been a United Way Salt Lake Promise Partner for over ten years.
We create moments and experiences that heal individuals and families, by providing compassionate care, and by putting health, dignity, comfort and well-being first. We are a non-profit organization and it is our privilege to serve you and the communities in which we live.
CNS was established in 1928 to provide nursing care for sick people in their homes as an alternative to hospitalization. CNS began as a voluntary non-profit agency, when the existing Visiting Nursing Association of Salt Lake and the Private Duty Registry were combined. In 1930, Salt Lake Community Nursing Services became a participating agency of the Community Chest, later to be known as United Way.
Today, we employ over 650 associates in 9 locations from Logan to St. George.