Park City Medical Center Honored by Department of Defense |

Park City Medical Center Honored by Department of Defense

Submitted by Park City Medical CenterSince opening in September of 2009, Park City Medical Center has received a host of awards and recognitions for quality clinical care and patient satisfaction. But its latest achievement is one few civilian employers
Employees at Park City Medical Center accept an award from the U.S. Department of Defense. From left to right: Rob Allen, CEO; Joan Lelis, Region Nursing Director; Gail Clyde, Region Quality Director; Dan Davis, Nurse Administrator; Si Hutt, Administrator; Dave McGrath, Quality Manager (Photo courtesy of Park City Medical Center)

"Park City Medical Center is honored to receive this award," notes Bruce Dent, the hospital’s director of Human Resources. "We work hard to help our employees balance their personal and professional lives, and it’s important to us employees who are active members of the military don’t need to worry about the stability of their job when serving their country. We’re proud to have fostered a work environment where managers feel supported in making decisions about their employees commitments outside of work."

An award ceremony will be held at Park City Medical Center on Sept. 25th at 2:30 p.m.

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