New Park City Medical Center is a Bright Spot in a Dark Job Market 

PARK CITY  — Despite recent headlines of mass layoffs, company closings, and staggering unemployment numbers, one Park City organization is actively recruiting potential employees.   

The Park City Medical Center, Summit County’s first and only full-service community hospital, is hosting a job fair May 6th at the National Ability Center, the new hospital’s next-door neighbor.  The job fair will be from 10am-6pm.  The National Ability Center is located at 1000 Ability Way at Quinn’s Junction in Park City.  

"Having the backing of the Intermountain Healthcare system means the new Park City Medical Center is a very strong and stable organization.  We’re looking for employees eager to be a part of a thriving, dynamic healthcare team,” says Rob Allen, Park City Medical Center’s administrator. 

The new hospital will eventually employ over 220 employees. “We are looking to hire a diverse selection of workers, from surgeons and nurses to housekeepers, cooks and admitting clerks,” Allen adds. 

The medical center’s human resources director, Claire Averette, encourages anyone interested in working at the hospital to attend the fair.  “We are excited to meet with interested candidates and answer their questions about the Park City Medical Center.” 

Averette also noted that hiring over 200 people will take some time.  “We expect to conduct the first round of interviews in late June and begin hiring in July and early August.”  

Scheduled to open this September, the Park City Medical Center is located at 900 Round Valley Drive in Quinn’s Junction.  The hospital will offer a wide-range of services, including: 

  • 24-hour emergency care 
  • Six state-of-the-art operating rooms
  • Family & internal medicine 
  • Orthopedic & general surgery
  • Cardiac care   
  • Pediatrics
  • Obstetrics & gynecology 
  • Radiology/imaging

 The Park City Medical Center is operated by Intermountain Healthcare, a nationally recognized leader in providing quality healthcare.  Park City Medical Center will be accessible to everyone in the community, regardless of their ability to pay. It’s part of Intermountain Healthcare’s mission to provide the best possible care at the lowest appropriate cost.