What Sets Us Apart

Park City Hospital (formerly Park City Medical Center) is a full-service community hospital dedicated to serving the medical needs of the community with access to the most advanced medical knowledge and capabilities available.


  • Park City Hospital emergency department is in the top percentile in patient satisfaction scores in the country. 
  • Patients seen by a physician within 10 minutes of emergency department arrival. 
  • Our door-to-balloon times are less than 90 minutes for heart attack (acute myocardial infarction) patients are much better than national average. 
  • Designated the USSA Center of Excellence for Sports Performance.



Our History

September 15, 2009 - Park City Hospital opened its doors.

2013 – Park City Hospital opens the ICU

2017 – Park City Hospital opened the Blair Education Center, the LiVe Well Center and offered Endoscopy and expanded Cardiology Services.

September 2021 – Official groundbreaking of the new Park City Hospital Ambulatory Surgical Center

Hospital Leadership

Beth Armstrong

Lynn D. Bleil

Rich Bukovinsky

Lee Gerstein, MD

Eric R.Hermann

Colette Herrick

Charles C. Lind, MD

Wing Province, MD

Patrick Putt

Coleen Reardon

Rino Scanzoni

Janice Ugaki

Lori Weston

Joshua Napier, MD

Anna Williams

Work With Us

Excellence, compassion, and a lifetime of career opportunities can be found at Park City Hospital. Apply for a position today and join us.

Give to the Hospital

Learn about ways you can donate to Park City Hospital and help us accomplish our mission.


Volunteers are a vital part of Park City Hospital’s (formerly Park City Medical Center) healthcare team. If you are at least 14 years old and enjoy helping people, there is a place for you at Park City Hospital.  

What do Volunteers Do?

  • Coordinates with Certified Pet Therapy Escorts
  • Flower and gift deliveries
  • Assist at the information and reception desk and in the ER
  • Work in gift shop
  • Visit patients

If you would like to volunteer, please contact our volunteer coordinator via email at parkcityvolunteers@imail.org or call 435-658-7082

CHNA Report

Intermountain Healthcare conducted its 2019 Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) for 23 hospitals in Utah and southeast Idaho. Download a copy.

Hospital Prices

See a list of hospital prices.