New clinic almost done
The Park City Clinic’s new building at Quinn’s Junction is almost done, said Bill Pidwell, one of the clinic’s physicians and principals.
Tenants will begin moving in May 1 and a grand opening will be held in late May, he said. Ground was broken for construction of the 24,000-square-foot facility a year ago.
The new building is an addition to the Park City Clinic on Bonanza Drive and not a replacement facility. Some of the physicians from the Bonanza Park location will permanently move to Quinn’s Junction, but nothing else will change, Pidwell said.
The new building will also provide urgent care services. Subtenants include a café, a pharmacy, Summit Pediatrics, Applegate Homecare and Hospice and physicians for Intermountain Healthcare’s Park City Medical Center.
Cecil Duvall, owner of the Café Galleria in Midway, will operate the building’s café and serve the same bagels, bagel sandwiches, soups and salads as served in Midway, plus gelato. The bagels are wood-fired, hand-made and boiled in the same method used in Montreal, Canada in the early 1900s, Duvall said.
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