From modest beginnings in 1983, the Kingman Regional Medical Center has grown to become an example of the great things that can happen when a hospital is owned and operated by the community it serves. The 235-bed non-profit medical center has grown into a state-of-the-art medical campus that is capable of providing highly technical and specialized care.
Receiving the Governor's Arizona Innovation Award, being named one of the nation's top 100 hospitals in community value, and becoming Arizona's first rural teaching hospital are the results of foward-thinking local leaders working to meet the healthcare needs of their community. Because they focus on the work environment and embrace the concept of continuous improvement, they have also become a leader in patient satisfaction.
We invite you to learn more about KRMC's highly skilled staff, state-of-the-art facilities, and advanced technology-working to serve their community with compassion and commitment. For more information Regarding KRMC click here.
As a premier provider of healthcare for western Arizona and the Tri-State region, HRMC is committed to providing quality care with the highest degree of integrity, service and respect. HRMC's goal is to treat each and every patient with compassion and professionalism, from the time they enter our doors until their treatment is complete.
Havasu Regional Medical Center is a patient-centered community hospital with the resources and the technology to serve as a regional healthcare provider. It's a compassionate place that combines the best in local hometown care with the latest in world-class medical technology. And thanks to the opening of the Havasu Surgery Centre, formed by a strategic alliance between the hospital and the physician staff, their commitment to the Havasu community is today even stronger. For more information on HRMC click here.
Opened in November 2005, Valley View Medical Center is a 102,000-square-foot acute-care facility in Fort Mohave, Arizona. This state-of-the-art hospital features 38 medical/surgical beds, 10 rehabilitation beds, a six-bed labor and delivery unit, a six-bed intensive care unit, four major operating rooms and two procedure rooms.
Valley View Medical Center offers a complete array of medical services, supported by the latest diagnostic imaging equipment. The hospital is built with 21st century technology. For example, their Picture Archival Communication (PAC) system provides their physicians with instant access, storage, retrieval and display of high quality digital radiographic images. From the moment you walk into Valley View Medical Center, their goal is to treat you as if you were family, and to make the hospital a place where hospitality abounds. For more information on VVMC click here.
Western Arizona Regional Medical Center is a general medical and surgical hospital in Bullhead City, AZ, with 139 beds. It is accredited by the Joint Commission (JC). For more information on VVRMC click here.
3250 E. Kino Ave 2nd FL
Kingman, AZ 86409