New Park City Clinic now open |

New Park City Clinic now open

Ribbon cut on Monday to 25,000-square-foot building

The Park City Clinic’s second location joined the community’s new fast-developing medical campus at Quinn’s Junction with a ribbon cutting on Monday.

Joining the Park City Medical Center, the Summit County Health Department, People’s Health Clinic and the United States Ski and Snowboard Association’s Center of Excellence, the new building is home to five members of the Park City Clinic team as well as a new urgent care location.

President and CEO Joe Ferriter along with Park City Mayor Dana Williams, managing partner Bill Pidwell and Dr. Chris Hays cut the ribbon Monday to the building that will also be home to Applegate HomeCare and Hospice, a new location of Café Galleria, Intermountain Park City Spine and Pain Clinic, Intermountain Park City Urology, Summit Pediatrics and The Pharmacy at Park City Clinic.

According to a press release, the clinic has been seeing patients for a few weeks, but other tenants are in differing phases of moving in.

The new clinic has 15 exam rooms, a full-service laboratory and digital x-ray capabilities. Doctors Pidwell, Hays, Ferriter, Lisa Saturnino and Kathleen Thomas have moved to the new locations. All other physicians and specialists can still be seen at the original Bonanza Drive location.

The new building is 24,760 square feet with 96 parking spaces and was built by New Star Contractors.

Andrew Kirk

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