Kingman Regional Medical Center
From its modest beginnings in 1983, Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMC) has grown to become an example of the great things that can happen when a hospital is owned and operated by the community it serves. Despite its rural setting, the Center exceeds many urban hospitals in both the scope and sophistication of its services and expertise of its staff. KRMC was one of the first hospitals in the state to offer digital mammography testing for screening and diagnosis of breast cancer.
"Thanks to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, we’re saving more lives in rural northwest Arizona from breast cancer. Kingman Regional Medical Center’s NBCF supported navigator program involves outreach to some of our most vulnerable citizens—uninsured and underinsured women residing throughout a 1500-square-mile area in rural northwest Arizona —to provide them important information on breast health and to help them gain access to the breast healthcare they need."
Brian Turney, CEO
3269 Stockton Hill Road
Kingman, Arizona 86409