Campbell County Health
About Campbell County Health
Since its beginnings in 1953, Campbell County Health has grown to encompass Campbell County Memorial Hospital, a community hospital in Gillette, along with nearly 20 clinics. It also contains the Legacy Living & Rehabilitation Center for long-term care, and the Powder River Surgery Center. Designated as an Area Trauma Hospital by the State of Wyoming, the facility houses approximately 80 physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners across 20 specialties. With over 21,000 patient visits annually, this new facility presents an exceptional rural medicine opportunity.
Hospital Quick Facts
- 90 Hospital Beds
- 20 Specialties
- Radiology Services: CT, MRI, Ultrasound, X-ray, Flouroscopy
- Cardiac Cath Lab
- Chest Pain Center
- Designated Trauma Center by State of Wyoming
- High Acuity Level
- Laboratory On-site
- 6 Operating Rooms
- Staff Specialties: General Surgery, Spine, Orthopedics, Gynecological Surgery, ENT, Plastics, Urology, Eye Surgery, Pain Clinic, Neurology (outpatient).
- Emergency Care: Registered nurses certified in crisis prevention, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, CPR, Emergency Trauma Nursing and Sexual Assault Examinations. Many also certified in Advanced Burn Life Support, Emergency Pediatric Nursing, and Pediatric Advanced Life Support.
Emergency Department Details
- Staffed by Board-Certified Physicians
- In-Network with Major Payers
- Designated Trauma Center
- 21,000 ED volume
- 22 Beds (including 2 Trauma & 4 Fast Track Beds)
- ED Ultrasound
- 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.
About The Community
Explore Gillette, Wyoming
Small Town Charm, Big Adventure Nearby
Offering a scenic setting between the Big Horns and the Black Hills, Gillette, Wyoming is an incredibly beautiful and fun place to be. Residents enjoy diverse activities like biking, camping, fishing, skiing, and snowmobiling through the seasons. If you love live music, rodeos, theater, and food, you’ll be in good company. Gillette is home to more than 70 restaurants, as well as Wyoming’s first Meadery. The community has a young demographic and provides excellent schools, sports, and activities for children of all ages. As a tax-free state, Wyoming also boasts a variety of housing options, with a mid-size house averaging lower prices than many areas in the U.S.
Things to Do in Gillette
This striking 867-foot geologic feature gains world-wide attention. The Northern Plains Indians and indigenous people consider it sacred. Explore, hike, visit the park store, and discover all this place has to offer.
Visit one of the world’s largest and oldest working bison ranches. Durham Ranch is special. Take photos as you tour! It’s open from June through early fall to see the over 3,000 spectacular beasts.
Come check out the largest multi-event facility in the western USA. The Cam-Plex features a performing arts theater, convention and exhibition hall, ballroom, multipurpose room, and two indoor barns. Plus there are rodeo grounds, a covered stadium, and 1780 RV camping sites.
This sprawling 110-acre landscape offers both an 18-hole championship golf course and a 9-hole executive course. Well irrigated and environmentally sustainable, it offers a firm surface and fast playing conditions, it’s a great place for golf enthusiasts to relax and unwind.
Picture small town Americana but with a flair for the wild. You can expect everything you would in a downtown– dining, shopping, and more—but with Gillette’s signature warmth. Experience the spirit of Campbell County across just a few blocks. The downtown is also close to various institutions, including the Rockpile and Frontier Auto Museums. Check out more about other area attractions on Gillette’s local tourism website.
For the Kids
Interested in activities for the whole family? Campbell County Rec Center has amenities for every activity you could think of. This includes an indoor pool, 42-foot rock climbing wall, ice-skating rink, golf course, gym, and athletic fields (for baseball, racquetball, disc golf, foot golf, football, soccer and softball). There are kids camps and trips for teens. Meanwhile, you can receive massage therapy, work with personal trainers, and even enjoy one of their tanning beds.
Check out Flight Zone for 29,000 square feet of advanced & junior Ninja Warrior Courses, trampolines, & arcade games. This is a fun and affordable spot to take your kids for birthday parties and lunch.
The Campbell County School District Planetarium has been open for nearly thirty years. Located at Sage Valley Junior High School, it features a Spitz 512 star projector that accurately shows over 4000 stars on its 30 foot diameter dome. Check out a free public show!
Dining and Nightlife
First opened by sisters Laurie and Jolene in 1964, this much-beloved staple features a wide variety of home cooking. Their handmade chicken fried steak, fresh (never frozen) hamburgers, and fresh-cut fries are a local favorite. Don’t pass up the famous homemade pies, dinner rolls, and famous Caramel Rolls.
You haven’t had pizza until you’ve visited Pizza Carrello’s. With over 20 pizza options, you can’t go wrong. Also on the menu are appetizers, pitas, rice bowls, and salads.
What happens when Costa Rican, Mexican and American food come together in a rotisserie chicken restaurant? Well, once the love and friendship is added, you get one of the most unique and original eating establishments in Wyoming.
This local favorite offers an assortment of coffee, breakfast, and lunch options, including bagel sandwiches, croissants, and wraps. Check out the Ba-gizza (pizza on a bagel). They offer gluten-free options as well.
Enjoy premium steaks, fresh seafood, and award-winning baby back ribs in a relaxed atmosphere. The Wyoming Rib & Chop House is known for its “Rocky Mountain Hospitality.”
Drawing its name from the legend of the Big Lost Cabin, a hidden gem somewhere in the wilds of Western Wyoming that always has a door open and a fire crackling for wanderers, Gillette’s first-ever meadery is known for its assortment of fermented honey wines. Take a load off, throw back a horn, and enjoy the ambiance.
Gillette offers an excellent education system that puts emphasis on true excellence, with many schools boasting an integrated bilingual program. By the 3rd grade students are learning in both English and Spanish. This is in addition to the numerous sports teams and activities offered at the Campbell County Recreation Center above. A view into Gillette’s schools:
- Gillette Community College (2-year degree programs)
- 15+ preschools
- 18 elementary schools
- 3 middle schools
- 3 high schools
- 24 public district schools
- 3 private schools
Points of Interest
Distance to Visit
- Devils Tower:….. 60 Miles
- Bighorn National Forest:….. 80 Miles
- Big Horn Medicine Wheel:…..170 Miles
- Independence Rock( Oregon Trail):….. 179 Miles
- Hot Springs State Park: …..193 Miles
- Yellowstone National Park:…..300 Miles
- Grand Teton National Park: ….. 368 Miles
We look forward to seeing you in Gillette! Please reach out to our recruiter if you have any questions.