Park City Clinic expansion begins
A step was taken toward the next major milestone in the development of Summit County’s medical community Thursday when the owners of Physicians Holdings and partners broke ground on a new Park City Clinic facility at Quinn’s Junction.
Starting with the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association Center of Excellence, followed by the Park City Medical Center and most recently the Summit County Health Department facility hosting The People’s Health Clinic, a major medical campus is under development.
joining that campus with a 25,000-square-foot building, Physicians Holdings, operators of the Park City Clinic located on Bonanza Drive, hopes to improve out-patient offerings in Summit and Wasatch Counties, said Dr. Bill Pidwell at Thursday’s groundbreaking.
"We’re really excited to get this under construction," he said. "It will finish Phase 1 of the Park City Medical Center campus we’ve been working on it for a decade."
The clinic on Bonanza Drive will remain open once the new building is completed around spring of 2011, explained a press release. It’s an expansion, not a move, Pidwell has previously clarified.
The Bonanza Drive location will still serve the needs of injured skiers and snowboarders, said the release.
The new clinic will be located about 400 yards from the hospital, and will give patients more access to care with increased appointments daily, the press release explained.
In addition to the Park City Clinic, the two-story facility will also be home to various Intermountain Healthcare-related tenants, plus Summit Pediatrics and a Café Galleria Express coffee shop. There are still 2,400 square feet available for lease.
According to the press release, Physician Holdings is a corporation made up of doctors William Pidwell, Joe Ferriter and Chris.
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