Cheyenne Regional Medical Center
About Cheyenne Regional Medical Center
Founded in 1867 as a frontier “tent” hospital, Cheyenne Regional Medical Center has deep roots in the Cheyenne, Wyoming community. Since its founding, the hospital has been dedicated to serving others— starting with the transcontinental railroad laborers it first served. Today, it is a 222-bed acute care hospital that maintains its pioneering spirit, continually determined to provide world-class care with compassion.
The hospital, along with its community partners, ensures that Laramie Country residents are able to access the essential health and wellness services they need.
Hospital Quick Facts
- 222 hospital beds (42 ED beds and 17 ICU beds)
- Radiology services: CT, MRI, Ultrasound, X-ray, Flouroscopy
- Chest pain center: Yes
- Regional Level II Trauma Center by State of Wyoming
- Acuity Level: High
- Stroke Center: Yes
- Laboratory on site: Yes
- 120 operating rooms
- Specialties on Staff:
Cardiology, Neurology, Psychology, General, Surgery, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, Hospitalist
- Staffed by board-certified physicians
- In-Network with major payers
- Regional Level II Trauma Center
- 41,000 ED volume
- 42 beds
- ED ultrasound: Yes
Easy Access to Specialties: Since we are part of a small community, there is a close community feeling across specialties and we always have easy access to the specialties we need.
State-of-the-Art Facility: The Cheyenne Regional Medical Center emergency department is a beautiful facility, newly renovated within the past few years.
About The Community
Explore Cheyenne, Wyoming
SMALL TOWN CHARM, BIG ADVENTURE NEARBY
Cheyenne has wild-west roots and is still home to cowboys and the world’s largest outdoor rodeo. It is the capital of Wyoming and the site of F.E. Warren Air Force Base. Set against a backdrop of mountains and vibrant sunsets, Cheyenne offers a small community feel with easy access to amenities you expect from larger cities. If you are the adventurous type, you can enjoy world-class mountain biking, climbing, and camping in the Cheyenne area. It is also nestled in close proximity to destinations such as Fort Collins, CO (just one hour away) and Denver and Rocky Mountain National Park (both less than two hours away). Our providers enjoy having access to everything they need nearby, without sacrificing a strong sense of community and peace and quiet.
Things to Do
People come from all over the world to see the world’s largest outdoor rodeo and Western celebration. This 10-day event started in 1897 and continues to include rodeo action, concerts, cookoffs, parades, and more.
Enjoy beautiful downhill skiing and snowboarding in Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest. This park features 27 trails for everyone from experts to beginners.
Curt Gowdy State Park and Vedauwoo Recreation Area:
Enjoy epic hiking and biking trails and beautiful reservoirs for campling and fishing.
Cheyenne is also home to railroad museums, great shopping, and a 30,000-acre bison ranch, Wyoming’s state capital and more. Check out area attractions on our local tourism website.
Dining and Nightlife
Poor Richard’s Restaurant:
Romantic yet casual classic steakhouse eats.
Casual setting with aged steaks, seafood, slow-cooked ribs, beer and more
Anong’s Thai Cuisine:
All you can eat, delicious Thai comfort food.
Assorted Breweries and Distilleries:
Several unique-to-Cheyenne breweries, including: Accomplice Beer Company, Freedom’s Edge, Danielsmark Brewery and Tap Room, Pine Bluffs Distilling Tasting Room, and Chronicles Distilling.
- Laramie County Community College
- University of Phoenix Cheyenne Campus
- University of Wyoming
- 145 preschools
- 37 elementary schools
- 16 middle schools
- 12 high schools
- 35 public district schools
- 1 public charter schools
- 152 private schools