Stein Eriksen Lodge again rated as "Five Diamond"
Stein Eriksen Lodge recieved the AAA Five Diamond Award, the travel authority’s highest rating for hotels and restaurants. It is the seventh year Stein Eriksen Lodge has received the award. Five Diamonds are only awarded to establishments that successfully complete a rigorous annual evaluation by one of AAA’s 65 full-time, professional evaluators. AAA’s Diamond Rating System is the only ratings system that covers all of North America and is the only system that uses full-time, professionally trained evaluators to inspect each property on an annual basis.
Park City’s "Mountain Family Health" opens new office
After six years of caring for Parkites and running a family health practice in the Snow Creek Plaza, long-time Park City physicians Dr. Julie Dolan and Dr. Brian Rush have moved and opened a new medical facility in Jeremy Ranch.
Mountain Family Health’s new facility is located at 2720 Homestead Road in the Toll Creek Building, just off I-80 at the Jeremy Ranch exit. Contact information for Dolan and Rush at Mountain Family Health will remain 940-9400.
Westgate Park City expansion and opening special
Westgate Park City Resort and Spa has opened an expansion that includes the all-new Bison Lodge and Moose Lodge. The completion of the project makes the resort the largest in the Park City area. A Snow Season Special will be offered for when guests stay three nights, they get the fourth night free and it is available until April 30. This offer can be booked by visiting http://www.wgparkcity.com or by calling 888-808-7410 and asking for the Free Friday promotion.
Park City Healthcare, Inc. has two new physicians
Stefani Day, who is fluent in Spanish, and Heather Edwards are two new physicians with Park City Healthcare, Inc. and will be working in women’s health needs as well as providing for general practice. Their office is at 1665 Bonanza Dr. Call 649-7640 for more information.
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Park City officials are preparing to take what is considered to be an important step in protecting the Treasure land from wildfires. City Hall in early June requested proposals from firms interested in the work.