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Advisory Council

Members of the LiVe Well Center advisory committee were selected for their leadership, vision, and commitment to preventive health and wellness. The members of this group each bring a unique perspective and expertise that allows us to further the LiVe Well Center's mission for a healthier community.

Dr. Scott F. Hansen
Dr. Scott F. Hansen is the new Medical Director for the LiVe Well Center and has been the Medical Director at Intermountain Health and Fitness Institute, Salt Lake City since 1999. He is trained in Internal Medicine, Sports Medicine and Emergency Medicine. His medical practice is focused to manage patients needing physician support with health and wellness, disease prevention, medical risk factor reduction and care of conditions related to internal medicine and musculoskeletal medicine. Primary Care Sports Medicine has been a professional interest of Dr. Hansen since 1993. Having spent prior years in general Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine, Dr. Hansen wanted to direct his skill towards keeping patients fit, healthy and free of the problems that often come from an active and athletic lifestyle. He has worked with Salt Lake Athletic Medicine, The Orthopedic Specialty Clinic, Olympic Venue Medical Officer, and as a team and event physician for the U.S. Speed skating team. Dr. Hansen maintains a consultative practice to assist other physicians with their patients and their needs in risk factor prevention and management, and sports performance and injury care. He has a limited group of executive and active adult patients in his primary care practice.
Dr. Hansen's education and training:
University Of Utah School Of Medicine - Salt Lake City, UT in Doctor of Medicine, 1976
Residency: University of Utah Medical Center - Salt Lake City, UT in Internal Medicine, 1976-1979
Board Certifications: AM BD INTERNAL MEDICINE - Certification does not expire
Professional Memberships: American Board of Internal Medicine 

Dr. Tom Rosenberg


Dr. Tom Rosenberg is the Founding Advisor of ProHealth Lab and the Research Director for the ProHealth Research Department. Rosenberg grew up in Northern Utah. He attended the University of Utah Medical School in 1969. His orthopedic training occurred at the Universities of Utah and of Wisconsin in 1973 to 1978. In 1980 Rosenberg cofounded the Fitness Institute at LDS Hospital.
Rosenberg invented new arthroscopic techniques for repair of the menisci (1984), developed new tools and arthroscopic methods for ACL reconstruction (1987), which have been adopted worldwide. In 1997 he designed patellar implants and his technique for athletic knee replacement. In 1991 Dr. Rosenberg cofounded The Orthopedic Specialty Hospital in Salt Lake City. In 1998, Rosenberg and Dr. Vernon Cooley opened their orthopedic clinic in Park City, which became RCM.
Rosenberg founded Nutriex, in 1999. The ProHealth Lab in the Park City Medical Center, became incorporated as a nonprofit 501(c)3 public corporation in 2008.

Rick Farnell

Though passionate about health and wellness, Rick's contributions are on the business side of LiVe Well Center. He's built a successful career in the Information technology industry by working in senior management positions across global services, sales, and operation business units. Rick has owned technology businesses and managed global accounts for many technology corporations such as Oracle, Sun Microsystems, and Hewlett-Packard. Currently, Rick is President and Founder of Rapid Formation LLC and Rapid Formation Holding. Both companies help incubate, model, and scale startup technology companies. He also is owner and co-founder of Think Big Analytics.

Kathy Smith 

Kathy has stood at the forefront of the fitness and health industries for more than thirty years with a collection of books, videos, audios and DVDs on walking, cardiovascular health, nutrition, strength training, yoga, pilates, menopause, dance, and all-things-exercise. Kathy is the spokesperson for the International Council on Active Aging, which unifies organizations dedicated to "changing the way we age" through education, facilities, programs and guidance.

Elizabeth A. Joy, MD, MPH, FACSM

Dr. Joy is the Medical Director for Clinical Outcomes Research at Intermountain Healthcare in Salt Lake City. In addition, Dr. Joy practices Family Medicine and Sports Medicine at the Avenues Specialty Clinic by LDS Hospital. She completed a Family Medicine Residency and Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship at Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Dr. Joy serves as Vice President for the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), and has held two terms of office on the Board of Trustees for the American Medical Society for Sports Medicine. She serves on the "Exercise Is Medicine" task force for the ACSM, and the American Heart Association's Nutrition, Physical Activity and Metabolism Committee. Dr. Joy has authored many journal articles and textbook chapters on a wide-variety of topics in sports medicine.

Jillian Vogtli

A two-time Olympian and 13-year member of the US Ski Team, Jillian Vogtli is passionate about disease prevention through lifestyle choices, thoughts and beliefs. She believes in both allopathic and homeopathic medicine. Jillian is a shamanic practitioner and is currently studying for her doctorate in natural health.

Carol Magie

Carol Magie is a physical therapist with a strong passion for healthy eating and living. Carol loves to be very active with yoga, mountain biking, trail running, golf, and all forms of skiing (water, alpine, and skate). As a mother of three, Carol understands staying physically active is the best preventive medicine.

Walter J. Plumb III

An attorney by trade, Walter graduated from the University of Utah Law School in 1972. Walter is also a developer of various real estate projects in the Wasatch Front including resorts, residential and commercial properties. Walter is well respected and has many strong relationships in the business community that will assist in the marketing and support of LiVe Well Center's mission. For Walter, being active physically is just as important as being active professionally. He enjoys running, snow and water skiing, and tennis.

Deanna Carter

Deanna Carter - New Advisory Council Member

A Park City resident for more than 25 years, Deanna Carter has spent her career in making her clients real estate needs and dreams come true in the greater Park City area. Deanna holds the distinctive honor of being a top producer since she started real estate in 1994. Her endeavors and accomplishments are as diverse as the Park City landscape.

Deanna serves on the LiVe Well Center Advisory Council after receiving a LiVe Well Center Healthy Lifestyle Evaluation that changed her life. The clinical outcome information shared was a wakeup call giving her detailed information about her current medical condition and how to make proactive changes to improve her health. Within six months of actively following her healthcare plan, Deanna is off most of her medications and has lost 60 lbs. She acknowledges there is a local population that needs wellness help that do not go to gyms and exercise in traditional ways. Obese or overweight with chronic medical conditions, these people are in a state of apathy. Deanna wants to be an advocate for LiVe Well Center and let others know there is help that can make a difference in one’s life.

View Deanna’s life changing journey as a client of the LiVe Well Center.
Deanna Carter

Beth Armstrong

Beth Armstrong, Acting Chair of the LiVe Well Center Advisory Council,
 joined Park City Medical Center’s Governing Board in 2011. 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.