It's safe, effective and vital protection against a possibly deadly disease.

Millions of people in the United States have received COVID-19 vaccines under the most intense safety monitoring in U.S. history (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention).

Dr. John Hanrahan, co-founder and current medical director of People’s Health Clinic, announced this week that he is retiring effective April 15. Hanrahan co-founded People’s Health Clinic in 1999 with Pastor Bob Bussen, then the priest at St. Mary’s Church, and others who were concerned about the number of individuals in Park City who did not have access to quality medical care due to lack of insurance. People’s Health Clinic’s services were initially operated out of a mobile van and served about 700 patients in its inaugural year with the help of a small team of dedicated local volunteer health care professionals.


Twenty-two years later, People’s Health Clinic operates out of dedicated space in the Summit County Health Department building and at its satellite office in Heber City. In 2020 the clinic provided services for more than 10,000 patient visits for uninsured individuals residing in Summit and Wasatch counties. Services are now provided through more than 40 volunteer doctors and nurses, with assistance from more than 100 non-medical community volunteers.

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In The News!

People’s Health Clinic co-founder announces retirement

John Hanrahan plans to step down in April


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

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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.

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People's Health Clinic is a 501(c)3 volunteer-driven nonprofit organization dedicated to providing no-cost quality care to the uninsured residents of Summit and Wasatch Counties in Utah.


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.

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  Fri: 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.  


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