August 2016 Newsletter

Your Monthly News & Updates
August 2016 Newsletter People’s Health Clinic. Health shouldn’t take a back seat with the change of seasons and schedules. People’s Health Clinic needs your help in passing on some of our timely information to help keep everyone out of the doctors office as much as possible.
Plus, our fun event continue into the late summer and fall to help us continue to service the uninsured in Summit and Wasatch counties, and make the Wasatch Back a healthier place to live.
National Immunization Awareness Month
With back to school upon us, it’s a good time to make sure the whole family is up to date on all recommended vaccinations.
According to the Mayo Clinic, immunization requirements vary by state, and get regularly updated or changed. If you’re new to Utah, or not quite sure of the requirements, check with the school district or child care facility, your child’s doctor, or the state health department.
Two other good sources:

August is also National Children’s Eye & Health Safety Month
Did you know an estimated 80 percent of classroom education is taught visually?

People’s Health Clinic is able to provide eye exams and glasses to the uninsured children of Summit and Wasatch Counties thanks to a grant from Vail’s EpicPromise program.

According to the nonprofit Friends for Sight, common signs of vision troubles in children include:
  • frequently rubbing eyes
  • squinting
  • tilting or turning head to look at objects
  • wandering eyes
  • squeezing eyes.
If your child displays any of these symptoms, please schedule an appointment to have their eyes checked.

Find out more here.

New Development Director
Please welcome People’s Health Clinic’s new Development Director: Shelley Marshall.
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Shelley hails from North Carolina where she received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of North Carolina-Charlotte. She also taught ice skating throughout college, so it’s no wonder that in 1998, she moved to Salt Lake City, where she could better combine her two loves – nursing and skating.

Shelley worked in the Pediatric Intensive Care unit at Primary Children’s Medical Center and taught skating at the Olympic venue, Salt Lake City Sports Complex. She is chair and co-founder of Sustain Utah, a collaboration with 100 not-for-profit eco groups.
Shelley resides in Park City with her two adorable children, and is excited to merge her passion for health, wellness and community activism through People’s Health Clinic.
The Hope Alliance
People’s Health Clinic is excited to team up with The Hope Alliance for a second eye clinic of 2016.
“Our partnership with People’s Health Clinic allows us to provide free eye clinics to the Park City community. We will be providing professional eye exams, new prescription eyeglasses, distribution of sunglasses, and education about the dangerous effects of UV rays!”  For more information
on our partner:
The wonderful staff and volunteers at The Hope Alliance show true community spirit for helping us build a healthier community, one patient at a time.
You haven’t bought your tickets for 
Healthy Laughts yet?!!?
This is no joke – Healthy Laughs is expected to sell out – again.
Sam Fedele

Pre-show Dinner (optional) $65 per person, gratuity and taxes included. Does not include alcohol: cash bars and bottle service available. View Menu

Opening Act: Sam Fedele
You’ve seen Sam on NBC and Comedy Central. He’s opened for comedians Brad Garrett & Damon Wayans.

Headliner: Kivi Rogers

Kivi Rogers
Kivi has appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and guest appearances include The West Wing and Everybody Loves
Thanks to our generous sponsors, tickets are 100 percent tax deductible and ALL proceeds go to providing quality healthcare to our uninsured neighbors.

Walk and Wine for Women’s Health 
Sunday, Sept. 25 
Stein Eriksen Lodge
Combine three great things about Park City – trail hiking, engaged women and a Stein Eriksen meal – and you have the perfect Sunday. Read more about Walk and Wine HERE. For questions, contact Meg at 435-333-1863
Back to School Cooking Demonstration 
Wednesday, Aug. 17 
People’s Health Clinic Lobby
Join Liz Bilke, Registered Dietician from Intermountain Healthcare’s Live Well Center, as she demonstrates tips and tricks to pack a nutritional lunch for your kids. For questions, contact Meg at 435-333-1863 or
A huge thanks from everyone at People’s Health Clinic to the following organizations for their support:
IHC, People's Health Clinic
Intermountain Healthcare – Generously providing funding that helped the Clinic expand patient care to five days a week.
Utah Medical Association – Magnanimously contributing toward our general Clinic operations.
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George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles –  Charitably providing support toward our general Clinic operations.

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