At Kingman Regional Center, our goal is to provide you high-quality medical care in a safe environment. While in our care, we will often ask you about your comfort level and needs.
Kingman Regional Medical Center is dedicated to helping patients address their financial concerns and questions. Our business office staff will assist you with any account issues or direct you toward available resources in case of financial hardship.
Patients, guests and their families can purchase a meal, snack or beverage in our cafeteria.
KRMC provides free 24-hour-a-day interpreting services for patients who do not speak English using remote interpreting technology (called video remote interpreting or VRI).
Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMC) is committed to enhancing health and wellbeing in Kingman and surrounding communities in Mohave County.
To better serve the needs of our community, KRMC Primary Care has opened a new location, which means that some providers are moving to a different office.
The following locator provides directions from your home or current location to a selected KRMC practice or facility. Our facilities are listed by name and categorized by service type.
According to federal law, you have the right to copies of your medical records, which can include medical test results, laboratory reports, doctor’s notes, and billing information.
You have privacy rights under a federal law that protects your health information.
You have certain rights and protections guaranteed by state and federal law to ensure the quality and safety of your hospital care.
As an institution and as individual healthcare professionals, we are committed to protecting patient safety and providing quality care. It’s at the heart of everything we do at Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMC).
If you have any concerns about your care or feel you are not receiving outstanding service, please report it as soon as possible.
Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMC) is committed to promoting good health, which includes preventing disease. Illnesses related to tobacco use or environmental tobacco smoke are largely preventable. Therefore, the use of tobacco is prohibited at all KRMC facilities (with the exception of the Joan and Diana Hospice Home).
New visiting restrictions are implemented to help prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) and protect the health and safety of patients, their families, staff, and our community.