Leaders of the new Park City Medical Center want your opinion.

With the hospital under construction, the community governing board of the hospital is seeking community input as they complete the medical staff plan for the new hospital.

Comments from the community will be used in assessing the healthcare needs of the community and planning the services that will be offered by the hospital, according to hospital administrator Rob Allen.

"We are here to serve the community so it's vital that we get input from residents as to what services should be available at the hospital," says Allen.

To participate in the survey, go to the hospital's website at<> and click on the survey link under the map on the right side of the page.

Some of the questions on the survey include:

• Are you a provider of health care services in the community? If so, what services do you provide?

• What expectations do you have for the new Park City Medical Center?

• What medical services do you perceive are needed in the community that aren't offered currently?

• What hospital or medical services do you, your family, friends, clients, associates, employees, or constituents who live in Summit County seek outside the community?

• Is there a need for additional physicians in the community? If so, what types of physicians or specialists are needed and for what reasons?

• Is there a need for other health care providers in the community, such as nurse midwives, chiropractors, podiatrists, etc.?

• Do you, your family or those you associate with experience difficulties when scheduling an appointment with a physician for either emergency or non-emergency care? If so, what type of physician/specialist?

Park City Medical Center is located at the northwest corner of Quinn's Junction, which is where Highway 248 into Park City and Old Highway 40 to Heber meet. Scheduled to open later this year, it will be a full-service community hospital serving Summit County and dedicated to high quality patient care in a welcoming and healing environment.