What is the People’s Health clinic?
The People’s Health Clinic is a nonprofit clinic that provides medical services to uninsured residents of Summit and Wasatch Counties regardless of nationality, race, sex or religious affiliation. It is funded by local residents, patients, businesses, churches and governments.
Where is the clinic?
It is located at 650 Round Valley Drive off Highway 248 near Quinn’s Junction in Park City, Utah. See a map here.
When is the clinic open? Do I need an appointment?
YES. Please call (435) 333-1850 for an appointment. The receptionists speak English and Spanish.
Clinic hours: Monday through Friday! (closed for lunch 12-1:30 p.m.)
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Are there interpreters at the clinic?
Spanish interpreters are available. For other languages you must bring your own interpreter.
What do I need to bring with me to the clinic?
The receptionist will let you know what type of identification you need for your first visit, including proof that you live in the area and a picture ID.
ACCEPTABLE PROOF OF RESIDENCY IN SUMMIT OR WASATCH COUNTY:
1. Utah Driver’s License with current address
2. Utility Bill (must be within last 90 days,) Current Rental Lease, Current Automobile Registration (with street address)
3. Current Government issued ID: Driver’s license, Passport, Military I.D.
4. Current State issued ID card
5. Pay stub with patient’s name and physical address (must be within last 90 days)
6. US Postal Service cancelled envelope with patient’s name and physical address
7. Magazine subscription with patient’s name and physical address
For your first appointment, you MUST BRING any medical records you have AND any medications you are taking.
What is my cost to visit the clinic?
The People’s Health Clinic relies on patient donations; your donations make up an important part of the Clinic’s operating budget. You are asked to donate $25. If you cannot afford that, whatever you give is welcome. No one is turned away for inability to pay. If you would like to give in another way, please ask a staff member.
Who are the doctors and staff?
Most of the doctors and other medical providers, interpreters and other clinic workers are volunteers from the area. All medical providers are professional and licensed. This is a clinic served by the people of our community for the people of our community and you are welcome to be part of it.