New Psychiatric Clinic Opens on Park City Hospital Campus

Thanks to the vision of local community members and leaders, Intermountain Healthcare has opened a new psychiatry and counseling clinic on its Park City Hospital campus. The clinic will help increase access for behavioral health services in Summit and Wasatch Counties and offers same-day and next-day crisis appointments.

The clinic offers a full range of outpatient psychiatric services provided for children, adolescents and adults by a psychiatrist, psychiatric nurse practitioner and psychologist.

“Our community has made great strides in extending services for mental health to meet our critical needs,” says CONNECT Summit County’s Executive Director Deanna Rhodes. “While the work isn’t done, the Psychiatric Clinic at Park City Hospital is a key component of working towards achieving enough resources to handle our needs.”

The clinic’s behavioral health team offers counseling and treatment for psychiatric disorders such as depression, anxiety, addiction, attention deficit, autism, post-traumatic stress, eating disorders, LGBTQ needs, as well as some specialized services including outpatient substance abuse detox, treatment-resistant depression, electroconvulsive therapy, mindfulness and existential therapy and the importance of diet and exercise in maintaining mental well-being. Providers include Joshua Mitchell, MD, Laura Cipro, PMHNP and Colton Miller, PhD.

The new clinic was built thanks in part to generous philanthropic gifts totaling $1.9 million to Intermountain Foundation at Park City Hospital from The J. Willard & Alice S. Marriott Foundation, The Buzz & Polly Strasser Family Foundation, and Rachel McAree.

“We are profoundly grateful to those who have rallied around this critical need for mental health services in our community. The support received is a great start, but the need is greater still. We will be seeking an additional $3 million in philanthropic support in order to provide timely access to the additional mental health services needed in our community,” said Lori Weston, CEO/administrator at Intermountain Park City Hospital.

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CONNECT’s Non-Crisis Services 

Do you need help but don’t know where to turn? CONNECT Summit County’s Peer Navigation Services help individuals and their family members find the support, information, services, treatment facilities, providers and/or other resources that best meet their current behavioral health needs. Peer Navigation Services are provided by Certified Peer Support Specialists or Certified Family Peer Support Specialists who have the lived experience of having a behavioral health condition and/or a family member who has the lived experience of supporting an individual with a behavioral health condition. These individuals are trained and certified in professional ethics and standards for providing peer support. Call or text 435.776.HELP (4357) or by email [email protected]  We will respond to you within three business days.

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