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Hospital District Number One of Mohave County

Hospital District Number One of Mohave County Arizona was created by voter referendum on December 7, 1982 to move the control of the hospital from Mohave County to the community. All official board meetings are open to the public. Meeting times and dates are posted at the Mohave County Administration Building and on this website at least 24 hours prior.

Purpose

Providing a commitment to maintaining Hospital District property as well as a commitment to maintaining a unified partnership with Kingman Healthcare, Inc., and Kingman Regional Medical Center that encompasses the different obligations of each entity.

Goal

Ongoing collaboration with Kingman Healthcare, Inc., and Kingman Regional Medical Center to serve Mohave County residents and its visitors, educate the community as to the roles and responsibilities of each entity, and meet the public's healthcare needs hereby paving the way for a premiere level of quality patient care.

Objective

To support transparency, continuity, and fiduciary responsibility between Kingman Healthcare, Inc., and Kingman Regional Medical Center enabling the management of a well-equipped and an efficient healthcare facility.

Current Directors

Hospital District Number One of Mohave County is governed by an elected or appointed five-member board who serve four-year terms without compensation. 

Penny holden

Penny Holden

Chairperson
2022-2026

Roger Jacks

Dave French

Vice Chairman
2020-2024

Libby Mathiesen

Libby Mathiesen

2020-2024

Daniel Valentine

Dan Valentine

2022-2026

Carol Newmyer

2020-2024

 

KRMC’s service area is defined by Hospital District Number One

hospital district map

Hospital District Number One is an approximate 10,000 square-mile area that includes much of Mohave County, with the exception of the area north of the Grand Canyon and the school district boundaries of Bullhead City and Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

Arizona Open Meeting Law

The state's public policy emphasizes the importance of transparent public body meetings. It is essential that notices and agendas for such meetings include sufficient information to keep the public well-informed about the topics to be discussed or decided. Therefore, the Open Meeting Law in Arizona is designed to promote openness and accessibility to the public during these meetings. Please visit the provided link for further details regarding the Arizona Open Meeting Law.

 

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