Yearly Archives: 2015

Yearly Archives: 2015

Surgical Wing of Wickenburg Community Hospital 7December

Exterior framing going up

Progress continues on the Surgical wing. This image shows the exterior framing including some shear wall sheathing and if you look closely, you can see some of the Fire-X sheetrock that separates the mechanical and electrical rooms from the rest of the addition.   The following image shows the interior framing looking northwest from the future lobby area, which is …

Read More

Highton Company architects well versed with WCH 19August

Highton Company architects well versed with WCH

Siblings Julie Highton-Snedeker and Gary Highton don’t mind a bit when they get in the car and travel from Tucson to Wickenburg for meetings.  In fact, they’ve been doing it on a fairly consistent basis since 2003 when they first contracted their services to Wickenburg Community Hospital.  That was the year WCH converted its patients rooms from semi-private to private …

Read More

Hospital’s general contractor builds big 29July

Hospital’s general contractor builds big

By now, anyone who has been in the area of Wickenburg Community Hospital has seen WE O’Neil signs on the fences around two major construction projects. WE O’Neil  is the general contractor for the hospital’s new surgical/diagnostic center and a second medical office building. WE O’Neil was founded in 1925 in Chicago by William E O’Neil, and has remained a …

Read More

Fleck Represents Community’s Interest Throughout Hospital Expansion Project 15June

Fleck Represents Community’s Interest Throughout Hospital Expansion Project

Wickenburg Community Hospital is undergoing a major expansion.  Two new buildings totaling more than 21,000 square feet of medical office and surgical/diagnostic space are expected to open next year. The philanthropic hearts of many in Wickenburg made the project possible by raising $7.5 million in a capital campaign.  Subsequently the hospital was able to borrow money from the US Department …

Read More

Demolition On! 1June

Demolition On!

The project is moving along on schedule with very few complications.  The process of clearing, grading, and moving buildings, supplies, and equipment is complete. Employee parking was relocated making use of two church parking lots east of the hospital, as most of the Surgical Center will encompass the former employee parking area.  The significance of the move is to ensure …

Read More

Let the Game Begin! 28May

Let the Game Begin!

Under the direction of CEO and President Jim Tavary, a year-long series of weekly Owner, Architect, Contractor (OAC) meetings began.  The meetings are designed to receive updates, discuss details of the project, and to make project-related decisions as the building process evolves.  The hospital is represented at these meetings by Fred Fleck, Owner’s Representative, along with staff members Jim Tavary, Mike …

Read More

Send Us Your Testimony 1January

Send Us Your Testimony

Your health is important to us and we encourage our community members to share how Wickenburg Community Hospital and Clinics has impacted your life. Click here to email your testimony to the Community Relations Manager. Please include a signed copy of this adult release if you are an adult, or this minor release if you are submitting for a minor, allowing us to share your testimony. If you …

Read More

Primary Care

Community Hospital Clinics are located in Wickenburg, Wittmann, and Congress. We sincerely follow our mission to provide quality health and wellness services where the patient, family, and community come first.

Read More

Emergency Care

Our 8 bed Emergency Room department is fully staffed with emergency physicians, nurses, and ER specialists. Your wait time is typically measured in minutes not hours as in the larger metropolitan hospitals.

Read More

Surgical Services

Wickenburg Community Hospital provides a wide variety of surgical care and treatment. We serve a vibrant and active community who favors quality health care close to home.

Read More
buy viagra online how long does viagra last

Pin It on Pinterest