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KRMC provides wireless Internet service for patients and guests

Surf While You Recover!

If you're looking for a way to stay on top of your e-mail, news, or work while you're in the hospital; you'll be pleased to know that KRMC offers wireless internet service in patient rooms.  To get started, ask your nurse for a username and password.

To use KRMC's internet service:

  1. Activate your wireless card
  2. Load your web browser 
  3. Enter the username and password provided by your nurse

Why do I need a password?

KRMC's wireless system requires a password to help protect the privacy and security of personal information.  Nevertheless, we recommend that you NOT use the KRMC wireless service to transmit sensitive or private information (such as your social security number, credit card number, etc.).

Is my computer compatible with KRMC's system?

Many laptop computers and PDAs are compatible with wireless internet service- they have radio transceivers installed that allow you to access your e-mail and the Web as though they were directly connected through a modem or cable.

Please check the manual that came with your device to see if it is wireless-capable.  If so, it should work with KRMC's system.



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Results of the Mohave County public health survey and community health assessment now available! The Community Health Profile of Mohave County, Arizona details local demographic and health statistics, describes community health needs, and includes public survey results. Additionally, KRMC’s plan for addressing local health issues is described in a second report: KRMC Implementation Plan for the Mohave County Health Improvement Initiative.

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Kingman Regional Medical Center
3269 Stockton Hill Road
Kingman, AZ 86409
(928) 757-2101