The mission of PHC is to provide non-emergency medical services to those living in Summit and Wasatch counties that do NOT have medical insurance. 

  • We provide the medical safety net for those that do not qualify for Medicaid/CHIP or for coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
  • 51.9% of our patients make less than 100% of the Federal Poverty Level; for a family of four that’s $24,250 annually.
  • Established in 1999, PHC has grown from 700 visitors at the first Health Fair to 8,500 patient-visits in 2015.  Through August of 2016, patient visits/services were 5,623. 
  • Approximately 83.32% of our patients are Hispanic and represent the labor force that underpins the economy of greater Park City.  94% of our patients are employed in one of more of the following industries:
  • Construction/Landscaping 21.4%
  • Hotels/Lodging 10.4%
  • Restaurants 16.4%
  • Self-Employed 22.3%
  • Retail 13.6%
  • Mountain Resort/Golf Club 9.3%
  • Transportation 1%
  • Other 2%
  • Only 4.6% of our patients are unemployed or retired
  • PHC provides the medical services to keep the greater Park City labor force healthy and productive, and out of the Emergency Rooms where the average cost per visit is $2,168 versus PHC’s average cost per client visit of $65.  Our services include:
  • General Medicine
  • Pediatrics
  • Chronic Disease Care
  • Limited Dental Services
  • Women’s Health
  • Prenatal Care & Education
  • Vision and Audiology Testing Programs


No fees are charged for services but patients are asked for a $25 donation at the time of each visit.  In the first half of 2016, 84% of patients donated something toward their care.  No one is turned away due to inability to donate.
Our services are provided through 12 staff members and over 150 volunteers

  • PHC has an annual operating budget of $911,000.  The Clinic is NOT eligible for Federal Funds because we are not in a federally designated medically underserved area.  PHC generated the revenue to meet its obligations through:
  • Patient donations 10%
  • Private donations 27%
  • Fundraising events 12%
  • Grants 37%
  • Local/State Government 14%