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Park City Medical Center appoints vice chair

Summit County Community Development Director Pat Putt was recently appointed vice chair of the Park City Medical Center’s governing board, according to a press release from Park City Medical Center.

Putt has served as a member of the board of directors for six years, according to the relase. He also served as chairman of the Community Relations Committee during that time.

"Being a part of the Park City Hospital Governing Board is a natural outlet for my concept of what makes real community," Putt said in an email to The Park Record. "I’m honored to be involved in working with this gifted group of fellow volunteers and professionals who care deeply about our hospital’s aim to bring quality wellness and healthcare to our residents and guests."

Barry Baker, PCMC board chair, was also quoted in the release saying the board is "thrilled Putt accepted the nomination to vice chair."

"His expertise in planning for and managing responsible and sustainable growth is especially valuable now as the hospital undergoes an 82,000 square-foot addition. Pat’s leadership and guidance is invaluable," Baker said.


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