The Park Record Business Briefs for May 10, 2006
Mountain Valley Imaging Group recently announced Brad Hale, M.D., as a new member of their team.
Hale graduated with a bachelor’s degree in biology, completed a Master of Public Health degree in 1994 and graduated with his MD in 1999 from the University of Utah. He completed his general diagnostic radiology residency at the Univeristy of New Mexico in 2004 and recently completed a musculoskeletal imaging fellowship at the University of Utah.
Hale continues to serve as an adjunct clinical associate professor at the University of Utah. He lives in Park City with his wife Susan and their five children.
As part of the Mountain Valley Imaging group, Hale will now be based at the HealthSouth Diagnostic Center in Park City.
HealthSouth Diagnostic Center of Park City performs and interprets MRI, CT, ultrasound, mammogram or X-rays for patients referred to the center by their physicians.
Chamber hosts professional trade show mixer
May 25, the Park City Chamber/Bureau will host a Professional Trade Show Mixer at the Park City Marriott from 4:30 to 7 p.m. For more information, call the Chamber/Bureau at 649-6100.
Habitat seeks community members for board, committees
Habitat for Humanity of Summit and Wasatch counties is searching for community members to strengthen its board and committees mainly those who can offer public relations expertise, fundraising experience and for land procurement committees.
Habitat for Humanity is a Christian-based ministry that seeks to eliminate sub-standard housing and provide "decent" affordable homes to people in need, through volunteers and community support.
Those interested in helping habitat in 2006 can call (435) 640-6462.
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