From newborns to grandparents, we’re dedicated to caring for your entire family when you need it most.
Yuma Regional Medical Center offers health services for all ages and aspects of life. Whether you have a common illness or need specialized treatment, our experts provide outstanding, personalized care.
We believe in improving the lives of those who call Yuma County home. That’s why we complete a community health needs assessment every three years to identify and evaluate health related needs our community.
When you or a member of your family experience a medical emergency, every minute counts. Yuma Regional Medical Center is committed to providing you with the highest quality emergency care possible. Our newly expanded, state-of-the-art 72-bed emergency department is staffed by physicians 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It features a spacious lobby that has been designed with patient comfort in mind and includes a colorful, inviting play area for children.
In addition to delivering around-the-clock emergency care that includes coordinated care from our case management team, respiratory therapy, radiology and a pharmacy, the Yuma Regional Medical Center Emergency Department offers:
The Yuma Regional Medical Center Emergency Department is located on the hospital’s main campus at 2400 S. Avenue A, Yuma, AZ 85364. The entrance to the Emergency Department is located off of Avenue A. If you have any questions about emergency services at Yuma Regional Medical Center, please call 928-344-2000. If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please dial 911.
Use these quick guidelines to determine if your illness or injury may require immediate emergency care.
Your wait time will vary depending on your symptoms, the illness or injury involved and whether you will need to be admitted to the hospital.
Take these few simple steps to minimize the possibility of incurring the types of injuries that may require emergency care.
Our comprehensive stroke team provides patients with the expert care and tools they need to begin recovery and to help prevent future strokes.
We offer a fast, secure way to pay your bill by using a credit card or electronic check.
Learn more about our Center for Bone and Joint Health, providing care 24 hours a day 365 days a years for patients arriving with traumatic bone or joint injury.