From newborns to grandparents, we’re dedicated to caring for your entire family when you need it most.
We hold ourselves accountable to you – our community - and because of that we create and share a special report each year that summarizes the work we have done to continually enhance our quality care.
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Welcome to Yuma Regional Medical Center! A visit from family members and friends can brighten a patient’s day and provide them with important emotional support, so we encourage you to visit your loved ones to the extent that their medical needs allow.
For the comfort and safety of our patients and to promote a true healing environment, we ask that you observe our Visitor Policy as well as the special guidelines we have established for visitors to Women & Children Services or our Emergency Department. When arriving on our main campus we ask that all visitors park in the Visitor Parking Garage at the Main Entrance.
Our goal is to make it as easy as possible for you to visit your loved ones, so for your convenience, we offer a number of Food and Dining options. Our Volunteer Services team also operates two Gift Shops and there are two ATMs located in the hospital.
In addition, our Patient & Family Guide is filled with resources and information that you may find helpful. If you have any questions about our visitor policies or services, please ask one of our care providers or call 928-344-2000 for assistance.
You don’t have to wait until you get to the hospital to show how much you care! Send a cheer card!
We offer a number of dining options, for your convenience.
For the safety and comfort of our patients, we respectfully request that all visitors follow a few simple guidelines.
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View a list of phone numbers to our various departments and locations.
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