Graduate Medical Education
Kingman Regional Medical Center offers graduate medical students and residents the opportunity to experience medical care in a rural hospital that rivals many large urban institutions.
In 2000, Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMC) became the first rural teaching hospital in Arizona. Since then, scores of osteopathic residents and medical students have successfully achieved their educational goals through our outstanding graduate medical education (GME) program.
While training here, you will serve a highly-diverse rural population in a beautiful high-desert environment. And, at the same time, you will enhance your clinical and technical proficiency in our state-of-the-art facilities under the expert guidance of our highly-skilled medical faculty.
KRMC's Graduate Medical Education program includes:
Our GME program is affiliated with the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine of Midwestern University and accredited by the American Osteopathic Association (AOA). Our program has received high marks by the American Osteopathic Association and its specialty colleges during recent inspections.
Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMC) is located in the city of Kingman, Arizona (population 28,000) and is the largest medical center serving the northwest portion of the state (estimated service-area population is 77,000). KRMC is a non-profit, community-owned institution. As such, it is able to better invest in advanced medical technologies and recruit skilled medical professionals.
With highly skilled clinical staff, modern facilities, and advanced technology, KRMC offers comprehensive health and wellness services. It has been named on multiple occasions as one of the nation's top 100 hospitals in community value in the State of the Nation's Hospitals report. KRMC is also a recipient of the Governor's Arizona Innovation Award for our efforts to proactively enhance healthcare in a rural Arizona.
Medical Training Focused on Individual Success
Residents who choose to train at KRMC receive vital experience in an environment that enables their personal growth and clinical acumen. Our program is designed to produce well-rounded physicians by creating a dynamic and safe environment for learning. Our expert faculty is dedicated to fostering each individual's specific abilities to prepare them for practicing 21st-century medicine.
We value the personal growth and development of each resident and his/her family. Our ultimate goal is to prepare competent, self-directed physicians who achieve balance between their professional and personal lives.
Why Choose Kingman Regional Medical Center?
In choosing to train at KRMC, you will achieve a fundamental step toward your medical career goals. To date, all of our residents have successfully passed their national board examinations and have become competent physicians. You will notice these qualities in our facility and faculty:
- Uniquie experiential training serving a rural population in a state-of-the art facility using advanced techniques and technology
- Rotations in a variety of specialities to help you shape your medical career
- Collaboration with expert faculty and other medical staff in a dynamic team enivironment
- A beautiful "home town" setting with abundant outdoor recreational opportunities, but with easy access to the larger-city amenities of Las Vegas (100 miles) and Phoenix (180 miles)
- Involvement in the local community through valuable medical outreach projects
- Affordable housing
- Study space, onsite library, and computer/Internet access
Please Contact Us
KRMC has the resources and commitment to ensure a learning environment that provides a rich and meaningful experience for post-graduate education.
We invite you to see for yourself how KRMC can enhance your medical career. For more information, please contact:
KRMC Graduate Medical office
Doreen Williams Sheri Glass
Resident Coordinator Asst/Student Coordinator
3269 Stockton Hill Road 3269 Stockton Hill Road
Kingman, Arizona 86401 Kingman, AZ 86409
Telephone: (928) 757-0649 Phone: 928-757-0649
Fax: (928) 681-8638 Fax: 928-681-8638