Park City Medical Center Foundation
Good hospitals have an impact that goes well beyond clinical care and medical advances. They make their communities better places to live.
Philanthropy has long played an important role in helping hospitals do the most good in the communities they serve. The Park City Medical Center Foundation’s mission is to provide philanthropic support for clinical, structural, and environmental enhancements to the hospital. This helps us provide excellent medical care in an efficient and cost-effective manner. That’s why members of the Park City Medical Center Governing Board and Foundation Board are reaching out to the greater Park City community, since the recently opened Park City Medical Center already needs to expand its services.
The foundation recently reached our $2 million capital campaign goal to build a Four Room Intensive Care Unit.
This will be a crucial element for Park City Medical Center to receive designation as a Level 3 Trauma Center.
This will have an amazing impact on the greater Park City community.
Park City Resident Promises to Double Pledges
Park City resident Bill Blair has agreed to donate $1 million to the Park City Medical Center’s foundation, as part of a challenge grant; effectively helping the hospital raise $2 million for a much-needed community education center and to further advance the hospital’s educational outreach specific to healthy lifestyle choices.
Please participate by donating towards this matching program.
Help Still Needed
If you are interested in donating or learning more about the foundation's efforts, please contact Joanna Charnes, Executive Director, (435) 640-4550.