Kit Carson County Memorial Hospital

About Us

KCCMH is a comprehensive health network serving the communities of Kit Carson County. Our facilities include: Kit Carson County Memorial Hospital, Parke Health Medical Clinic, Parke Wellness & Rehabilitation Center and Stratton Medical Clinic. Our Emergency Department is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and we are classified as a Trauma Level IV Facility.

KCCMH group staff photo in front of the building

Mission, Vision, Values

Mission:

To improve the health and lives in our communities by providing high quality healthcare close to home.

Vision:

To be the regional provider setting the standard in quality and innovative healthcare and the first choice for patients and employees.

Values:

K – Keep patients first, always.

C – Compassionate Care and access for all.

C – Collaborate for exceptional patient experiences.

M – Maximize our impact through accountability and adaptability.

H – Have pride in our work and community.

Specialty Clinic

Kit Carson County Memorial Hospital’s Specialty Clinic offers the community an opportunity to see specialized physicians without traveling long distances. All of the specialty clinic doctors are non-employed, independent physicians, unless otherwise indicated.

Specialties offered:

 Allergy & Asthma
Cardiology
Dermatology
Ear, Nose, & Throat (ENT)
General Surgery (Same Day)
OB/GYN
Oncology
Orthopedics
Podiatry
Urology

View Specialty Clinic Calendar

To make an appointment with a Specialty Clinic Provider call 719-346-4780. Please check in at the registration desk that is just beyond the front entrance of the hospital. Once you are checked in, you will be escorted to the Outpatient Specialty Clinic waiting room upstairs.

Level IV Trauma Center

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment has determined that KCCMH meets the required resources and commitment for level IV trauma center designation. To earn this designation level, KCCMH had to pass an in-depth evaluation process by the state.

What does Level IV Trauma Center mean?

As a Level IV Trauma Center, KCCMH is capable of receiving and stabilizing trauma patients, including those with life threatening injuries or illnesses. If necessary, once stabilized, patients can be transported from the Kit Carson County Memorial Hospital to another facility.

QUALITY & RISK MANAGER

Sara Chacon
719-346-4734

CONTACT US

Quality & Patient Safety

We Care About YOU!

To help ensure your safety, please bring the following with you to the Emergency Room and doctor’s appointments:

  • Your insurance card and driver’s license (ID).
  • A list of your medications, allergies and surgeries. (If you do not have a medication list ready, please bring the bottles with you).
  • Your primary care physician’s name and office phone number.

Patients are our number one priority and we want you to feel safe during your visit at our facilities. If you have a suggestion on how we can improve your safety, please contact our Quality and Risk Manager.

Community Needs Assessment

Each year we invite Kit Carson County residents to take our Community Health Needs Assessment so KCCMH has a better understanding of how to best care for the community.

Community Needs Assessment Results 2022
BOD Signed – Community Needs Assessment Results 2022

Tobacco Free Campus

Kit Carson County Memorial Hospital (KCCMH) is committed to the prevention of disease and the promotion of health and healing. KCCMH recognizes that tobacco and tobacco products are a health and safety hazard and therefore are not permitted inside our buildings.

All forms of tobacco used by employees, volunteers, medical staff, patients and visitors are prohibited inside all of our facility properties.

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