Medical Center Celebrates 75 Years of Service

Medical Center Celebrates 75 Years of Service
75 years of helpful healthcare!
Last week, Yavapai Regional Medical Center celebrated an exciting milestone. On March 1st, 1943, the first patients were welcomed inside Prescott Community Hospital. By the time the clock struck 9 pm, doctor Florence Yount had delivered the first infant born at the hospital. Although it’s name has changed over the years, the medical center’s mission has stayed the same: “to provide comprehensive, high-quality healthcare consistent with our communities’ needs.” (
Changes over the years have helped YRMC serve the community and keep patients safe and healthy. Expansions, including the additions in 2011, allowed for the center to serve more patients and improve their resources.
According to their official website, “What started as a simple, community hospital in the old Jefferson School building on Marina Street is today a state-of-the-art healthcare system with two acute care hospitals, a network of primary and specialty care clinics, outpatient health and wellness centers, cardiac diagnostic centers, and outpatient medical imaging centers.”
For more information, please visit the official website HERE.

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