Prescott Valley’s medical community is well developed and has many specialists in different kinds of medicine and psychiatry. The East Campus of Yavapai Regional Medical Center is the hub of the medical community and offers a wide range of surgical and medical services, including a Family Birthing Center, Medical Imaging, and Heart Center.
There is also community involvement with a wide range of classes and information.
Yavapai Regional Medical Center’s (YRMC) network of services provides medical care and wellness resources to a geographic area encompassing 5,500 square miles and covering the communities of Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, Dewey, Humboldt, Mayer, Paulden, Bagdad, Yarnell, Kirkland, Skull Valley, and Crown King.
As the region’s leading not-for-profit healthcare provider, Yavapai Regional Medical Center is guided by a community-based board of trustees, a values-based team of experienced administrators and hundreds of physicians in multiple specialties who form the YRMC Medical Staff.
“YRMC is A community like Prescott Valley is what we often envision when we talk about the new American West. Optimistic and motivated with a thriving business community and strong local leadership guided by family values. We understand the role YRMC plays in this vision – not only as a source of state-of-the-art healthcare – but as an economic engine for employment and growth. YRMC is uniquely positioned to support the continued success of this region by recruiting new healthcare providers to the community and adding new services to
our growing healthcare network.”
— John Amos, CEO/President YRMC
YRMC Top 10 in the Nation for “Safe Surgery”
YRMC Ranked #6 in Arizona and #2 in Northern Arizona
Mountain Valley Regional Rehabilitation Hospital has been in the top 10% of inpatient rehabilitation facilities in the country for the last nine years and has received the Joint Commission’s Certification for stroke rehabilitation and traumatic brain injury.
Mountain Valley Regional Rehabilitation Hospital is expanding their home health wing which will take them to 44 beds. They are also doubling their therapy gym which will not only benefit inpatients but also outpatients.
All projects were completed in October 2016.