Kingman has a quality healthcare industry offering comprehensive health services to the general public through many world-class hospitals, medical facilities and offices. Kingman’s growing population will need additional healthcare facilities and services in mental health, pediatrics, acute care, long-term care, outpatient services, home healthcare and elderly care.
Existing facilities include:
Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMC) is an innovator in rural medicine and the largest healthcare provider in northwest Arizona. More than 1,900 employees and 270 physicians offer highly technical and specialized medical services to meet the community’s healthcare needs at multiple campuses populated with state-of-the-art technologies. The Center was one of the first hospitals in the nation to join the Mayo Clinic Care Network. In 2000, KRMC became the first rural teaching hospital in Arizona. Medical students and residents participate in internships and residencies in emergency medicine, family medicine, nursing and pharmacy. Learn more about the advantages of working at KRMC with this video.
The Kingman VA Clinic provides a wide array of primary care services, from diabetes, mental health care and post-traumatic stress disorder treatment to cardiology, laboratory and pathology services for veterans living in Mohave County.