Kremmling Memorial Hospital
Kremmling Memorial Hospital has served Grand County for over 60 years with a community-elected board of directors overseeing policy, procedure and strategic direction. The hospital is designated as a Level IV trauma center providing emergency care 24 hours a day, seven days a week. St. Anthony Hospitals Flight For Life helicopter provides air transportation and Grand County Emergency Medical Services provides ground transportation when necessary.Hospital Services include the following:Skilled care or in-patient hospital care of acute illness & injuryoRehabilitationoPost Operative SurgicaloPain ControloOrthopedic SurgeryoPhysical, Occupational & Speech TherapyoLong Term BedsPhysical Therapy, Cardio & Pulmonary RehabilitationRadiology servicesoMammographyoCToUltrasoundoEchocardiogramsoFluoroscopyoBone DensityIn-patient pharmacyFull Service LaboratoryoComplete Blood CountsoDiabetes ScreenoLipid PaneloCholesterol StudiesoThyroid StudiesoCoagulation StudiesoQuick Lab: Direct Consumer TestingSpecialty physicians practice in the hospital and have regularly scheduled hours at the Specialty Clinic (724-3115) located next to Mountain Valley Medical Center on the hospital campus. These include the following specialties:General SurgeryChiropractorOrthopedicsOtolaryngology (ENT)Gastro/Internal MedicinePulmonaryUrologyPodiatryOB/GYNSeveral out-patient surgeries are also provided at Kremmling Memorial Hospital including:GeneralPodiatryOrthopedicEar, Nose & ThroatKremmling Memorial Hospital offers two family practice clinics in the county:Mountain Valley Medical Center (724-3524) is conveniently located on the Kremmling hospital campus. Timberline Family Practice (887-1216) is located off of Highway 40 in Granby and offers a Saturday Walk-in Clinic on Saturdays from 8:00a.m. To 2:00 p.m.For more information on Kremmling Memorial Hospital, its services, visiting specialty physicians and clinics please visit: http://www.kremmlinghospital.org or call Eric Murray, Public Relations at (970) 724-3165.
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