Intermountain Park City Medical Center
Park City Medical Center is a new 26-bed facility housing 6 operating rooms, 2 procedure rooms, 15 surgical recovery rooms, 15 ER treatment rooms, and 224 employees, including 130 doctors currently credentialed including cardiology, neurology, urology, orthopedics (9 specialties), hospitalists, pediatrics, internal medicine, surgery, OB/GYN, and radiology. Park City offers two urgent care clinics, lab, dexa-scanner, and physical therapy. MRI, 64 slice CT, US, X-ray available 24/7. The Medical Center was recently named a "Stroke receiving facility" by the State of Utah and is in process to become a trauma center. Intermountain Healthcare is a non-profit, multi-hospital integrated system with facilities located in Utah and Idaho. Intermountain Healthcare is frequently referenced nationally as one of the leaders in delivering high quality/low cost health care. For the 11th year in a row, Modern Healthcare magazine’s annual list of the nation’s top 100 integrated healthcare networks ranks Intermountain among the leaders. Intermountain was again included in Hospitals & Health Networks magazine’s “100 Most Wired Hospitals” list. It is the 10th time Intermountain has made the list in the 11 years since the ranking began. InformationWeek magazine included Intermountain Healthcare in its ranking of the 500 most innovative companies employing information technology in their businesses.