Primary Medical Care to Uninsured Residents of Summit and Wasatch Counties
PO Box 681558 650 Round Valley Drive
Park City, Utah

Nann Worel is the Executive Director at The People’s Health Clinic (PHC). Holding Master’s degrees in Nursing and Hospital Administration, Nann Worel  joined PHC after having helped found and operate a free clinic in Mobile, Alabama. The idea of starting that clinic, Victory Health Partners, came about when Nann and several others were on a 10-day medical mission in Central America. A discussion arose around this question: “When there are so many in the US without health insurance, why not try to address some of the medical needs closer to home?” Nann spent 5 years working to build Victory Health Partners, first as Development Director, then as a member of the Board of Directors. She now brings that wealth of experience to the People’s Health Clinic.

The People’s Health Clinic is a community-supported, volunteer-driven health clinic for people of Summit and Wasatch Counties without health insurance. . Services include primary and specialty care, prenatal care, well child visits, chiropractic care, naturopathy, homeopathy, acupuncture, physical therapy and mental health counseling.  A large number of volunteer provides donate their time and expertise to care for the uninsured members of our community. Our clinics are offered during the day and evening, making our services convenient for working families. Spanish-English translation is always available.

Volunteers Make it Work

The People’s Health Clinic would not exist without the efforts of our volunteers. Services are provided through a large corps of over 100 committed volunteers including doctors and other health professionals, translators, event volunteers and general support workers in unison with a small professional staff.

Supporters Make it Happen

Our facility and operating expenses are made possible by generous donations and grants from private and family foundations, as well as individual contributions and a per-visit patient donation. In order to serve all people seeking medical attention, regardless of their circumstances, the People’s Health Clinic operates without Federal assistance. The only requirement a patient must meet to qualify for care is to be uninsured and to live within Summit or  Wasatch County.

People’s Health Clinic: A History of Addressing the Needs of Community

PHC started in 1999 as the dream of local medical providers and community members who, after holding a health fair that over 700 people attended, realized the enormous need for low-cost health services in the Park City area. Our first clinic was held in 2000. PHC’s  home for the first several years was a medical van in which a group of doctors, medical technicians and translators volunteered their time to travel throughout Summit and Wasatch Counties offering evening clinics. The response was tremendous.