Kit Carson County Memorial Hospital
The emergency department at Kit Carson County Memorial Hospital (KCCMH) is a medical treatment facility specializing in acute care of patients who come without a prior appointment, either by their own means or by ambulance. The emergency department is located at the northwest entrance at Kit Carson County Memorial Hospital and operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
What to bring with you to the emergency room and your provider’s appointments:
Your insurance card and driver’s license or other valid form of identification.
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 provider’s name and phone number if that person is not local.
Level IV Trauma Facility
The emergency department at KCCMH is designated as a Level IV Trauma Facility without reservations or deficiencies by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The emergency department at KCCMH sees an average of 2,500 patients each year. A third of these visits are trauma related and approximately a fourth of ER visits are pediatric (ages 14 and younger) related.
Access to board-certified emergency physicians 24 hours a day
- Connects rural communities to highly trained specialists
- Activation of emergency transport teams as early as possible
- Additional support during multiple emergencies
- Fewer transfers so patients can stay close to home
Collaborative approach allows local caregivers to focus exclusively on patient care
SLY Medical Brings Extensive Emergency Medicine Experience to KCCMH
SLY Medical provides a consistent team of highly experienced emergency medicine providers for KCCMH. With years of experience working in high volume emergency department settings, SLY Medical aims to bring similar patient outcomes to our community as metropolitan centers when diagnosing and treating emergency medical needs.