Hot Springs County Memorial Hospital
Hot Springs County Memorial Hospital in Thermopolis Wyoming is a Critical Access Hospital (CAH). Also, with clinics in Thermopolis, Basin, and Worland are all Rural Health Clinics staffed by our providers who also serve nursing home residents in the same communities as well.
The University of Wyoming Rural Training Track at Thermopolis will provide a high quality, comprehensive educational experience providing residents with the knowledge and skills necessary to practice Frontier Medicine.
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HOT SPRINGS

MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

HSCMH is a Critical Access Hospital (CAH) that is currently under new construction of the patient care areas.  The new 16 bed facility will include 2 delivery suites, 2 ORs and endoscopy suite, and a 6 bed emergency room.  Our hospital features highly modern medical equipment including a new 1.5 Tesla MRI, 64 slice CT scanner, new ultrasound machine, digital mammography, and a new nuclear medicine machine.  A large reason for our success is the fact that the hospital board has always been very progressive and collaborates well with the medical community.

Currently, the EHRs in use are Cerner in the hospital and EClinical Works in the clinics.  Outpatient services include chemotherapy, transfusions, wound care, pain management, cardiac stress tests and many outpatient surgeries.  We have twp Nurse Anesthetists who provide outstanding care including OB epidurals, airway management, conscious sedation, and difficult vascular access.

The clinics in Thermopolis, Basin, and Worland are all Rural Health Clinics staffed by our providers who also serve nursing home residents in the same communities as well.