People's Health Clinic

On today's Local News Hour:

(03:11) Park City kicked off a free Transit to Trails shuttle over the weekend.

( 05:48) Carolyn Murray's story about The Utah Department of Transportation and the Department of Public Safety issuing a warning about a cyber phishing scam.

( 08:27) Summit County Weeds Superintendent David Bingham has an update on noxious weed control.

( 20:20) Parkite and former Olympic gold medalist Dick Roth talks about his insight for the upcoming Tokyo 2021 Olympic games as Ben Lasseter reports.

( 22:23) People's Health Clinic Ex. Director Beth Armstrong and new Development Manager Laura Cappis have details on the return of the Walk and Wine Luncheon to benefit the clinic's Women Health services.

( 33:22) The vice-chairman of the High Valley Transit Board, Joe Spink, has announced his resignation as Rick Brough reports.

( 37:00) Ben Lasseter reports that cities in the Heber Valley are thankful that residents are helping to conserve water during the drought.

( 38:49) Recycle Utah director Carolyn Wawra with a monthly update.


People's Health Clinic

This week, Dr. Mairi Leining is taking on the role of medical director at the People's Health Clinic after the retirement of longtime PHC staffer John Hanrahan.

 

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.

People's Health Clinic

After more than two decades of providing health care to the Wasatch Back’s uninsured residents, Dr. John Hanrahan is officially retiring from the clinic he helped start on April 15, 2021.

 

Longtime volunteer and clinic staffer Dr. Mairi Leining will take the reins as medical director when Hanrahan steps aside.

 

On today's Local News Hour:

( 00:01) Wyatt Pike "Drops Out" of American Idol

( 01:27) Rick Brough's story on Summit County Sheriff Justin Martinez's response to the ending of the Utah State mask mandate April 10th.

(04:46) Jessica Lowell's update on the latest Covid 19 numbers and new health order not extending the mask mandate. 

People's Health Clinic

The co-founder and current Medical Director of the People’s Health Clinic, John Hanrahan, has announced his retirement– this one for good.

 

This is Dr. Hanrahan’s third retirement from the clinic. On April 15, Dr. Mairi Leining will take over as medical director.

 

Clinic Executive Director Beth Armstrong believes he’ll be leaving for good as a staff member, but won’t be a stranger to the clinic.

 

KPCW News

As the COVID-19 vaccine rollout continues, many people are desperate to get their hands on doses, but one community has been showing some reluctance.

 

 

 

While not a problem unique to Utah, the Latino population in the state has received far less doses of the vaccine than the total amount administered. 

Eligible Latinos for the vaccine make up more than 13% of Utah’s population but have only received 4% of the more than one million doses administered in the state. 

Cada Domingo - Dalia Gonzalez - 02-14-21

Feb 14, 2021

The people's Health Clinic continues with its February Children's Dental Health Month with their Facebook Live events, following with February 16th at 5pm to teach parents and kids how to maintain good oral health. Clinic Coordinator Dalia Gonzalez joins us to talk about the workshops, and the services available at the Office window at the People's Health Clinic office located at 650 Round Valley Drive, Park City Utah, 84060
For more information, call 435-333-1845

Cada Domingo - Dalia Gonzalez - 02-07-21

Feb 7, 2021

The people's Health Clinic launches its February Children's Dental Health Month in which they host 3 Facebook Live events, starting with February 9th at 4pm to teach parents and kids how to maintain good oral health. Clinic Coordinator Dalia Gonzalez joins us to talk about the workshops, and the free oral kit, distributed via "drive through" at the Office window at the People's Health Clinic office located at 650 Round Valley Drive, Park City Utah, 84060
For more information, call 435-333-1845

On today's Local News Hour:

(10:52) - Kim Carson, retiring Summit County Council Member, has her final interview as county council member. 

(25:18) - Summit County Health Deptartment Derek Moss from the Health Dept and People's Health Clinic Executive Director Beth Armstrong have details about the roll out of the COVID-19 vaccine in Summit County. 

(39:10) - Edustaff Raymond Massey II, National Development Team Director, talks about the new staffing contract to provide substitute teachers for PCSD.

People's Health Clinic

People's Health Clinic hosted a grand finale Friday for their Walk For 21 fundraising event. Between August 1st and 21st, supporters walked 21 miles in 21 days to support the 21 years PHC has been in operation.

On Friday afternoon, a group of nonprofits (Peace House, Christian Center of Park City, Holy Cross Ministries and more) walked  from PHC to Park City Hospital to commemorate the 21 days people have been walking to support the mission of PHC.  

Today on the Local News Hour:

(05:27) - Exercise Physiologist Nick Francis talks with Carolyn about the Live Well Center programs they offer at the Park City Hospital during this COVID-19 outbreak.

(16:20 ) - Park City Deputy City Manager David Everitt has a preview of Thursday’s Park City council meeting.

(32:34) - Dyan Pignatelli with the People’s Health Clinic Board talks about the Walk 21 miles in 21 days to celebrate and raise money for the People’s Health Clinic.

People's Health Clinic

During the height of the COVID-19 outbreak, the People’s Health Clinic was treating almost all of their patients remotely.  

The situation is changing.   But Clinic Director Beth Armstrong says that from now on, tele-medicine will likely always be a part of their toolbox.  

Armstrong said that some weeks ago, they were treating nearly 90 percent of their patients on tele-health calls.        

“Of course, we still had to see our pre-natal patients.   And we also had to prioritize the in-person Newborn care and  Newborn Well visit.”

Mountain Trails Report with Charlie Sturgis (00:02) 

Summit County Health Director Rich Bullough has the latest on the new health order bringing Summit County to the yellow zone. (04:27)

Park City Council Member Tim Henney has an udpate on Thursday's meeting. (25:23)

People's Health Clinic Executive Director Beth Armstrong has details on how the clinic has shifted the majority of its patients to telehealth. (39:33)

Cada Domingo - Rachelle Flinn

May 10, 2020

Rachelle Flinn, Physician's Assistant and Clinical Services Manager with The People's Health Clinic joins us with an update on  COVID-19. We discuss the latest news for Summit County, and what is known about the virus.

Rachelle Flinn, Enfermera Avanzada y Gerente de Servicios Clinicos con La Clinica de la Gente nos acompana de nuevo para actualizarnos del COVID-19. Discutimos las ultimas noticias en el condado de Summit, y lo que se sabe del virus. 

Si necesitas apoyo:
435-333-1850
Telehealth 
 

Summit County Manager Tom Fisher discusses the agenda for Wednesday's county council meeting, including an update on the stabilization task force and possible budget cuts. Park City Planning Director Bruce Erickson has details on Wednesday's Park City Planning Commission meeting. Recycle Utah director Carolyn Wawra has an update on how the center is working with limited hours and the 50th anniversary celebration of Earth Day.

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