We believe in making a difference.

Identifying and meeting the health and wellness needs of the community we serve is an important part of our mission.

We regularly assess these needs every three years with our Community Health Needs Assessment to identify and evaluate the health-related needs of our community. And we offer a wide variety of Community Wellness Resources designed to promote a healthy lifestyle for our area’s families and the members of our local workforce.

We invite you to learn more about our wellness programs. You may also want to consider offering your own time and skills to serve the health needs of our community. We’re very proud of our team of volunteers who generously contribute more than 70,000 hours of their time each year. We offer many different types of Volunteer Opportunities and are always ready to welcome new members to our team.

Yuma Regional

Speakers Bureau

Need a speaker for your upcoming event? We can provide a variety of health-related presentations.

Community Programs

We are deeply committed to providing members of our community with resources, information and support for a healthy lifestyle. Our wellness initiatives and programs include:

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The Arizona Western Kids Club, presented by Yuma Regional Medical Center, is a program that engages youth with the Matador sports family through games, clinics and fun activities. Designed for children aged 3-12, this free kids club will provide Yuma County kids with access to Arizona Western College (AWC) home games, an exclusive club t-shirt, a membership card and refillable popcorn cup to bring to home games as they cheer for the Matadors. To enroll your children in the kids club, simply complete this registration form.

As a service to the public and healthcare providers in our community, we offer several BLS, ACLS, PALS and First Aid courses taught by instructors certified by the American Heart Association. For information please call 928-336-1277or view our upcoming CPR classes here or ACLS/PALS courses here.

Childhood is a critical period of growth, development and learning. Positive health behaviors — like getting enough sleep, eating nutritious foods and being physically active — can help prevent diseases and improve health outcomes for children. This multi-week program teaches kids about the importance of developing healthy habits and lifestyles.

Participants will learn how to make nutritious food choices, be physically active, understand their emotions and prepare healthy meals. Best of all, they will learn how to make small changes that lead to a lifetime of health and wellness!

Healthy Kids Program Details
Students will participate virtually for five weeks to learn all about eating healthy, staying active and developing lifelong healthy habits. Thanks to the generous donations to the Foundation of Yuma Regional Medical Center, this program is available at no cost to children ages 8 to 12 and their families.

Healthy Kids at Home is designed so you can follow along each week at your own pace. We will provide materials to each registered participant at the beginning of the five-week program. Weekly, two-way communication is built in to ensure a personalized and successful experience. Participants will be asked to engage with the program content at least once per week, and live learning sessions will be available during certain weeks.

Registration Information
Registration is currently closed.  If you have questions or want more information about Yuma Regional Medical Center’s Healthy Kids Program, email yrmcwellness@yumaregional.org.

This program is made possible thanks to the generous donations to the Foundation of Yuma Regional Medical Center. There is no cost to participate, and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Contact our Speakers Bureau to schedule a presentation for your organization or group’s specific needs and interests. Choose from of our topics, or we can work with you to create a customized program. Simply fill out the form and we’ll get in touch.

For questions regarding the Speaker Bureau, call 928-336-7005 or email communityrelations@yumaregional.org.

This collection of videos provides a wealth of health information focused on predominant health conditions in Yuma County and produced by doctors in Yuma Regional’s Family & Community Medicine Residency program. These short videos can help you live a healthier life and avoid future illnesses, doctor visits, hospital stays, medical expenses and sick days.

News & Events

We are committed to elevating the health of all those who live in our communities. Read about the latest happenings at Yuma Regional or explore upcoming classes, support group meetings and events.