A Model of Community-Owned Healthcare
From modest beginnings in 1983, 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.
Our 235-bed non-profit medical center has grown into a facility capable of providing highly technical and specialized care not normally available to residents living in a rural setting.
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 local leaders working to meet the healthcare needs of their community.
Because we focus on the work environment and embrace the concept of continuous improvement, we have also become a leader in patient satisfaction.
We invite you to learn more about our highly skilled staff, state-of-the-art facilities, and advanced technology as we work to serve our community with compassion and commitment.