Alexandria Gonzalez/Park Record

Utah medical center community garden promotes wellness

Additional construction is planned for the hospital including physicians' offices and administrative space

Intermountain Healthcare's Park City Medical Center broke ground on its new community garden recently, according to an article on the Park City News website.

The community garden, situated in front of the hospital, is part of the mission to promote healthy living. Anything grown in the garden is available for community members to help grow or pick. Florida butterflies were released in the garden to pollinate and help it grow.

Additional construction is planned for the hospital including an expansion of the Live Well Center, educational programs, physicians' offices and administrative space.

Read the article.



June 25, 2014

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