Craig Chamber of Commerce & Moffat County Visitor Center
360 E. Victory Way • Craig, CO 81625 • 970.824.5689 • 1.800.864.4405
The Memorial Hospital at Craig (TMH) is a 25-bed Critical Access facility serving Moffat County since 1950. TMH is a county-owned, community hospital. The Memorial Hospital employs approximately 200 people and is the fourth largest employer in Moffat County. In 2009, a new $42 million hospital was constructed. This effort was made possible by the financial support of the community through a dedicated mill levy.
The Memorial Hospital provides exceptional healthcare in a rural setting. It is equipped with state-of-the-art surgical suites, diagnostic equipment including an MRI and CT-scan as well as cardiac monitoring and resuscitation equipment. The hospital also features a full-service laboratory. Services available at the hospital include: cardiology, emergency and trauma care, family medicine, general surgery, internal medicine, labor and delivery, neurology, oncology, orthopedics, pediatrics, physical therapy, respiratory therapy, transitional care, urology, and women’s health. Relationships with metropolitan hospitals allow for rapid transfer of patients requiring more specialized care.
The Memorial Hospital also employs seven physicians and two mid-level providers at the TMH Medical Clinic, located in the old hospital facility. The clinic provides care in the following areas: family medicine, pediatrics, internal medicine, women’s health and OB/GYN, and general surgery. All insurances are accepted including Medicaid, CICP and CHP+. A sliding fee scale is also available for those in need of financial assistance.
In addition to the hospital and medical clinic, The Memorial Hospital also operates an outpatient Physical and Occupational Therapy Clinic located in the Centennial Mall.
A variety of other medical and physical therapy clinics, dental and alternative healthcare offices are located in town. Home rehabilitation therapy is available through local agencies as well as residential living center. The living center includes special programs for Alzheimer's patients. The fully accredited Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association provides public health services, home health care and hospice services to clients, families and the community, regardless of ability to pay.