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 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.
It’s easy to search our job listings to find the opportunity that’s right for you and apply online.
According to the American Heart Association, cigarette smoking is the most important preventable cause of premature death in the United States. Cigarette smokers have a higher risk of developing chronic disorders such as:
If you’re ready to begin the process of quitting smoking, help is available. The Yuma County Public Health Services District and Yuma Regional Medical Center have partnered to develop a free, one-hour class that offers the expertise and support you need to learn how to quit smoking for good.
Classes are held the first Tuesday of every month at 4:00 p.m. We invite you to take the first step on your path to a healthier lifestyle by learning more about our one-hour Smoking Cessation Class and then by registering to attend one by calling 928-336-3958.
With the help of our cardiac rehabilitation program, more and more cardiac patients are returning to healthy, active lifestyles.
Our transitional care team is available to help you make a successful transition to returning home.
If your doctor has prescribed a blood thinning medication, it is very important for you to have your blood checked regularly.
With the new YRMC MyCare app on your smartphone, connecting with your health care just got easier. You can use the MyCare app to find a doctor — and stay connected with them too.
Check out our events calendar for listing of classes, seminars and events to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Learn how Peggy avoided having to go on oxygen and maintained her active lifestyle with the help of our cardiopulmonary team.