Walk and Wine for Women's Health
August 1, 2021 • 10:00am- 3:00pm
We express our gratitude to the Park City Chamber | Convention & Visitors Bureau for their continued support and ongoing Covid 19 Vaccination Clinic. The Chamber plays a vital role in maintaining a thriving economy, supporting local businesses and non-profits and works to enhance quality of life for all Parkites. Learn more at www.ParkCityChamber.com.
New People’s Health Clinic Medical Director
Brings Years of Experience to Role
Dr. Mairi Leining is stepping up as the People's Health Clinic's new Medical Director after the retirement of longtime staffer Dr. John Hanrahan. Leining brings years of experience in Park City healthcare to the role.
Leining worked on staff with the clinic for two years and comes from the Park City Hospital, where she led the intensive care unit and worked as a hospitalist. Leining said global health had been a longtime passion and her work at the Park City Hospital inspired her to make the move to the People's Health Clinic, which serves uninsured patients across Summit and Wasatch counties.
"I did work as a hospitalist for 15 years, the past eight at the Park City hospital where I really saw the impact of the People’s Health Clinic on the community, especially when I was taking care of uninsured members of the community that otherwise wouldn't have had follow-up,” she said. “And that reignited my interest in taking care of underserved populations. And so, two years ago, I made the decision to transition over to the People's Health Clinic full time, and I've never been more fulfilled as a provider."
You may NOW enter the People's Health Clinic to check in for your appointment. Please continue to wear a Mask. Thank you.
COVID -19 INFORMATION COVID testing and antibody testing is taking place at Park City Hospital call ahead: 844-442-5224
For your generosity and continued support of the People's Health Clinic,
Your Support Is Our Life Support!
ANSWERS TO VACCINE QUESTIONS
How many vaccines is Summit County giving each week and what is the timeframe for all residents being vaccinated?
Currently, Summit County is allocated to receive 600 first doses and 600 second doses each week. This number can vary. We expect this number to increase sometime in March based on the Governor’s promise to receive more vaccines in the state. With an increase in vaccines, we expect to be through the majority of the population by early summer.
Is one vaccine better than another?
No. The Modern and Pfizer are all viable options and provide protection against the COVID-19 virus. The public is strongly encouraged to receive whatever vaccine is first available to them. For young adults 16-17, the Pfizer vaccine is the only approved option at this time.
Can you prepare prophylactically (advil, tylenol) for the second vaccine shot? Although it does not present any additional risks, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention do not recommend taking Advil or Tylenol prior to your vaccine appointment. If common symptoms arise post-vaccination, you can safely take common over-the-counter medications to reduce symptoms. Individuals should always follow the dosage requirements listed on the medication packaging.
For more information from the CDC click here
We have 2 criteria to be seen as a patient: you, MUST NOT have health insurance and you MUST be a resident of either Summit or Wasatch Counties in Utah.
Patients are seen by appointment ONLY.
To make an appointment please call
435.333.1850 all OR click the button below.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Mon: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Tues: 8 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Wed: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Thurs: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Fri: 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.
General Medicine - Adult & Pediatric
Chronic Disease Care
Pediatric & Adult Vision Screenings
Prenatal Care & Education
Mental Health Referrals
Oral Health Education