John Hanrahan, MD is the happy father of 2 teens and happy husband of Maura for 28 years. He is the Medical Director of the People’s Health Clinic, a non-profit providing care to local residents who lack health insurance. John attended Haverford College, The University of Maryland School of Medicine, and East Carolina University Family Medicine Residency where he served as Chief Resident. He and Maura moved to Park City, UT in 1992 where he joined a private practice.
John left medicine in 2000 to start and run The Hope Alliance, a small international non-profit organization. John has led dozens of volunteer groups on medical, public health, and other expeditions in many countries. He also helped found The People’s Health Clinic in 1999. After years as executive director of The Hope Alliance, John was elected to the Summit County Council and served for 4 years. He reentered medicine in 2011 at his current clinic. John has volunteered on multiple local Boards. John loves to ski, bike, hike and boat-Park City is perfect!
John joined the Rotary Club of Park City in 2000 and served on the Board for 8 years. He led the first joint club and Interact expedition internationally to Mexico.
He is a member of the Rotary Cadre of Technical Advisors traveling to evaluate projects in Ethiopia and Jamaica. He has been awarded the Rotary Certificate of Meritorious Service, and the Service Above Self Award. John and Maura are major donors, Paul Harris Society members and Bequest Society members.