Park City Medical Center

(435) 658-7000Map900 Round Valley DrivePark City, UT 84060

Part of what makes Intermountain Healthcare’s hospitals so effective in serving the community is that all of the hospitals are governed locally by residents and leaders in their respective communities.

Members of Park City Medical Center’s Governing Board work together, volunteering their time and abilities without pay for the good of patients and the entire community.


  • Robert Allen - Chief Executive Officer of Park City Medical Center

    Robert Allen

    Robert Allen is chief executive officer of Park City Medical Center. He has served as CEO of hospitals in Wyoming, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Utah, and is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives.

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    He received his MBA from Utah State University and BS in operations management from Brigham Young University. An active member of his community, Robert has twice been chairman of the Wyoming Hospital Association, and has served on the boards of several chambers of commerce, foundations and other organizations. A native of Wyoming, Robert enjoys golf, skiing and hiking with his wife Becky and three children, Taylor, Teri, and Jami.
  • Dr. Wain Allen - Park City Medical Center’s Governing Board

    Dr. Wain Allen

    Dr. Wain Allen is a graduate of the University of Utah, BA Cum Laude in Chemistry. He received his medical degree from George Washington University Medical School and completed his residency in Family Medicine at DeWitt Army Hospital in Virginia.

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    Dr. Allen has been in private practice in Coalville and Kamas since 1984 and currently holds staff privileges at Park City Medical Center, Heber Valley Medical Center, McKay Dee Hospital, Primary Children’s Medical Center, University of Utah Hospital and Salt Lake Regional Medical Center. He and his wife of 39 years, Rebecca, are the proud parents of four children and three granddaughters.
  • Beth Armstrong - Park City Medical Center’s Governing Board

    Beth Armstrong

    Beth Armstrong joined Park City Medical Center’s Governing Board in 2011.

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    She brings with her extensive healthcare experience, including more than 25 years in hospital administration at such notable organizations as Cedars Sinai Cancer Center, Northridge Medical Center and Hospital of the Good Samaritan.

    Beth, her husband and 16-year-old son enjoy all that Park City has to offer, including world-class skiing, hiking, biking, and golf.
  • Barry Baker - Park City Medical Center’s Governing Board

    Barry Baker

    Barry Baker serves as the chairperson of the Board of Directors for the Park City Medical Center and is managing director of Boston Ventures, one of the largest and oldest leveraged buyout firms investing in the communications and entertainment industry.

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    Previously, he held positions as president and chief operating officer of USAI (parent company of USA Networks; Ticketmaster, Home Shopping Network and, chief executive officer/designate of Sinclair Communications, and chief executive officer of River City Broadcasting. He has served on several industry boards, as well as the Baltimore Symphony Board and the Utah Symphony Board. He and his wife Amy live in Park City. They have three children.
  • Rich Bukovinsky - Park City Medical Center’s Governing Board

    Rich Bukovinsky

    Rich Bukovinsky earned his Bachelor of Science degree in 1990 from Westminster College, and has 20 years of experience in Health Benefit Administration.

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    He has an in-depth knowledge of large-group health benefits with a focus on wellness plans. Throughout his career, Rich has facilitated the merger of several health benefit companies, served as president and CEO of Regional Insurance Managers, has been a managing partner of Scripworld(PBM), served as president of national sales for Performax and was president of national sales operations for Meritain Health, where he is now currently a managing director. Rich has lived in Park City for 16 years.
  • Vernon J. Cooley, MD - Park City Medical Center’s Governing Board

    Vernon J. Cooley, MD

    Vernon J. Cooley, MD, is an orthopedic surgeon specializing in sports medicine and the knee.

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    He previously was chief of surgery at TOSH-The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital in Salt Lake City, and is currently a team physician for the U.S. Ski Team and the U.S. Snowboard Team. He graduated with his BA from the University of Utah and received his medical degree from Harvard Medical School. Dr. Cooley completed his internship and residency at the University of Washington. He and his wife Rebecca have five children, including two sets of twins.

  • Lee Gerstein, MD

    Lee Gerstein, MD, is a local resident of Park City.  He received his degree from Boston University School of Medicine. 

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    Dr. Gerstein is the current President of the Board of Directors at the National Ability Center, is a volunteer pilot for Angel Flight and participates on the Park City Medical Center Professional Standards Committee.
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    Colette Herrick

    Colette Herrick has extensive health care experience. Beginning in clinical health care, she was an integral part of the leadership team that launched and developed the Utah Cardiac Transplant Consortium.

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    Colette Herrick has extensive health care experience. Beginning in clinical health care, she was an integral part of the leadership team that launched and developed the Utah Cardiac Transplant Consortium. She went on to corporate leadership with a biotech, organ transplant division of Johnson & Johnson. For the last decade, she’s worked as an executive coach and organizational consultant through her firm, Insight Shift. With degrees in nursing and communications, she’s authored more than a dozen articles published in journals such as the American Journal of Medicine, International Journal of Heart Transplantation, Critical Care Quarterly. Currently, she serves as the President of the Board of Directors of the YWCA, Salt Lake City.
  • Rebecca (Becky) A. Kearns - Park City Medical Center’s Governing Board

    Rebecca (Becky) A. Kearns

    Rebecca (Becky) A. Kearns is the past chairperson of the Board of Directors for the Park City Medical Center and is President of Resort Banking for Zions Bank, a division she built from its origins in 1998 to its current state as a $300 million enterprise. Barry Baker is managing director of Boston Ventures, one of the largest and oldest leveraged buyout firms investing in the communications and entertainment industry.

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    Before that, she was Vice President of Private Banking for Zions, and Vice President of St. Louis-based Mark Twain Bank. Becky is a graduate of Pacific Coast Banking School at the University of Washington, did masters work at Boise State University, and holds a BS in Marketing from Idaho State University. She currently serves on the boards of the Park City Chamber of Commerce Executive Board, Youth Winter Sports Alliance, Pacific Coast Banking School and more. She is the recipient of many awards, including Utah Women of Influence and two time recipient of the 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking as well as named to the Most Powerful Team of Women in Banking. Becky and her husband Keith have two children, Thomas and Ryan. She enjoys family and friends, running, skiing, golf, tennis and travel.

  • Patrick Putt - Park City Medical Center’s Governing Board

    Patrick Putt

    Patrick Putt is a community planner, consultant and adjunct professor at the University of Utah in the department of city and metropolitan planning.

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    He served as the planning director for Park City from 1995 to 2008, and was closely involved in the planning, development and execution of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games. He has worked in some of the Mountain West’s most rapidly changing communities, including Flagstaff and Sedona, AZ., and Breckenridge, CO. Patrick holds a BS in urban planning and an MA in history from Northern Arizona University. He is married to his wife Andrea and is the father of four sons.

  • Joseph E. Tesch - Park City Medical Center’s Governing Board

    Joseph E. Tesch

    Joseph E. Tesch is president of Tesch Law Offices, P.C., located in Park City and Heber.

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    He was formerly assistant district attorney of Milwaukee County, assistant U.S. attorney for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, associate professor at Marquette University Law School, assistant county attorney for Salt Lake County, county attorney for Wasatch County, and chief deputy attorney general for the state of Utah. Joseph has served on a number of boards, including the Park City Planning Commission and Board of Adjustment. He was president of the Park City Bar Association, is past chairman of the board and president of the Egyptian Theatre Company, and is a former member of the Park City Arts Council. He graduated from the College of St. Thomas at Marquette University with a juris doctorate degree. He is married to Carol Tesch and has four children.
  • Steve Urry

    Steve Urry serves as the Chair of the Park City Medical Center Foundation Board.  Steve is a native of Utah, owner of numerous companies and a resident of Park City.

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    Steve earned his BA in Business from the University of Utah. Steve is the founder and owner of multiple companies including: Ponderosa Distributing Inc, Prime Commercial Inc, and Synergy Development. In addition, he developed Sun Canyon, Cedar Draw, and the Enclave at Sun Canyon in Park City.
  • Barry Walker

    Barry Walker is the Superintendent of Schools for the South Summit School District in Kamas Utah.

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    Prior to becoming the Superintendent, Barry served as a Classroom Teacher, Elementary School Principal, Middle School Principal, District Educational Technology Director and Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor. He has held leadership positions in a variety of organizations including the Utah Secondary Schools Principal Association, Piute and South Summit EMT Associations and is currently serving on the Utah Education Network (UEN) Steering Committee.

    Barry and his wife Diane love the Uintah Mountains and living in Kamas. They take pleasure in serving their church and community groups. In their free time they enjoy traveling to visit their eight children and eighteen grandchildren.
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