Sycamore Avenue Street Closure

Beginning 6:00 am Monday, March 19, the center segment of Sycamore Avenue will be closed between Stockton Hill Road and Western Avenue for storm drain and street improvements. The closure will remain in effect both day and night for up to four weeks of construction time.

Cardiovascular Center Hosts Open House 2018

February marks National Heart Month, a time to increase awareness of heart health. Cardiovascular disease – including, heart disease, high blood pressure, and stroke – is the No.1 killer of American people. KRMC’s cardiovascular program invites the public to come learn

KRMC sees record number of ER visits

Kingman Regional Medical Center’s emergency department and urgent care clinic are currently experiencing record high patient volumes. For example, on December 27, 2017, 202 patients were signed in to the emergency department within a 24-hour period. KRMC asks the public to be aware that wait times may be longer than usual. In spite of illness [...]

Dr. Jason Fredriksen, Diagnostic Radiologist joins KRMC

Dr. Fredriksen brings neurologic specialty to KRMC Imaging group


Kingman, AZ, November 27, 2017 – Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMC) is pleased to welcome Jason Fredriksen, MD, to KRMC’s Imaging Program.

Dr. Fredriksen attended the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. He then completed his residency in diagnostic radiology at the Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education in Rochester,

Holiday Open House 2017

KRMC’s annual Holiday Open House

Kingman Regional Medical Center invites the public to our annual Holiday Open House event on Wednesday, December 6th from 4:30-7:00 p.m.

Over 25 departments will participate in the event, presenting displays and activities to educate the public about KRMC’s new and existing services. We will also offer free flu shots to protect our community.

KRMC gets CuddleCot™ donation for families suffering infant loss

Kingman Regional Medical Center’s Labor and Delivery department now has a CuddleCot™ system to allow grieving families more time to spend with their stillborn babies.

According to Stories of Babies Born Still (SOBBS), 1 in 160 pregnancies end in still birth each year in the United States.

Tamara and Dennis Weaver are all too familiar with that type of tragedy.

KRMC expands Cancer Center

Partnering with local construction firm T.R. Orr, Inc., KRMC will double the size of its Cancer Center, which provides treatment and care for all types of cancer including complex and advanced-stage cases. The hospital will purchase an additional linear accelerator for radiation therapy and expand its chemotherapy suite.

The added capabilities will include radiosurgery – a non-invasive technology that targets cancerous tumors.

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