About one in seven people who come to the hospital needs blood, including accident victims, surgery patients, and cancer patients. At Kingman Regional Medical Center, our blood supply comes from caring donors like you. When you give blood, you give someone another chance at life.
KRMC's “Catch It Early” program provides high-quality breast care through advanced technologies to local women, regardless of their ability to pay.
Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMC) is committed to enhancing health and wellbeing in Kingman and surrounding communities in Mohave County. With our long-standing history of providing support for many community causes and events, we continue to receive a growing number of requests for sponsorships and donations.
To fulfill our mission of serving our community with compassion and commitment, KRMC supports our public in many ways. Our community benefit report gives a detailed breakdown of charity care, non-billed health services, and aid to community organizations KRMC provided in 2020.
Public education on health matters is vital to achieving a healthier community. KRMC conducts extensive outreach in our community and hosts a variety of free public events where adults and children can learn about health, wellness, and available resources in our area.
Kingman Regional Medical Center, in partnership with the Mohave County Department of Public Health, leads a broad community initiative to improve health and quality-of-life in Mohave County communities.
Your generous contribution to the KRMC Foundation goes directly to projects and programs that enhance health and quality-of-life in northwest Arizona. Much of our focus is on helping our most vulnerable residents—children, elderly, people in poor health, and people in economic distress.
KRMC's Disease Management Clinic coordinates the Hepatitis C Program, which provides testing and treatment for hepatitis C virus.
At KRMC, you can honor a friend or loved one in the following ways...
The Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMC) Foundation is an independent, not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) corporation. Formed on October 23, 1985, the Foundation provides fundraising support to the hospital and community
When dealing with a chronic illness, addiction, loss of a loved one, or other emotional issue— it is important to know we’re not alone.
KRMC Volunteer Services seeks to award tuition scholarships to candidates who are performing well academically, demonstrate character in their life, and are interested in a career in the medical field with a GPA of at least 3.0.
Every day, people like you make a positive impact on people’s lives by volunteering at Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMC). Our volunteers have an important role in meeting the KRMC patient care mission by providing companionship and individual attention to our patients, visitors, and guests.