History

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The Board of Directors, Administration, and Staff of Wickenburg Community Hospital have developed a unique health care delivery system that will set a precedent for small communities throughout the state and nation, as an appropriate and creative response to emerging health care realities.

Over time dramatic change and difficult decisions have been made to position the organization to provide health care services of a scope and style that fit the needs of the community while taking advantage of the proximity of full service health care institutions with whom we partner.

Timeline

1926

The hospital was originally established in the community in 1926 at a location on 74 W. Wickenburg Way that currently houses the Soroptimist Thrift Store.

1956

The current site at 520 Rose Lane was constructed.

1986

Major reconstruction of Emergency Room

2004

Extensive facility-wide remodeling including

2010

The opening and dedication of the Boyd Infusion Center located in the Hospital at 520 Rose Lane

2010

Primary Healthcare Clinic built across the street from the Hospital at 519 Rose Lane