Ivinson Memorial Hospital
About Ivinson Memorial Hospital
Trusted Partners in world-class healthcare. Ivinson Hospital was constructed in 1917 and has provided world-class care to their community ever since. Originally located in what is now occupied by the University of Wyoming Police Department they expanded in 1968 to their current location at 255 North 30th Street to meet the needs of the community. The hospital continues to expand to meet the needs of the Laramie community today
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
- 11,500 Annual Volume
- Hospital Beds: 99
- ED Beds: 14
- Chest Pain, Stroke, and Trauma Center
- Laboratory on site: Yes
- Operating Rooms: 3
- Radiology services: Breast Imaging Center, 64-Slice CT, MRI, Ultrasound, 3D Mammography, Nuclear Medicine, Bone Densitometry, Sterotactic Breast Biopsy, X-Ray
- Specialties on Staff: Audiology, General Surgery, Psychology
Physician daily coverage from 7am-6pm and 6pm to 7am
APP coverage from 11am to 9pm
20-35 patients per day
State-certified trauma hospital
In-department radiology tests
Cardiac monitoring in every room
Forensic nursing program
State-of-the-Art Facility: houses advanced, life-saving technology
About The Community
Explore Laramie, Wyoming
THE GEM CITY OF THE PLAINS
Laramie, Wyoming is located on the Laramie River in Southeast Wyoming at the junction of Interstate 80 and U.S. Route 287. The city is home to the University of Wyoming. Located in the Laramie Valley between the Snowy Range and the Laramie Range, the city draws outdoor enthusiasts with its abundance of outdoor activities. Our providers enjoy having access to everything they need nearby, without sacrificing a strong sense of community and peace and quiet. 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.
Things to Do
Enjoy beautiful downhill skiing and snowboarding in Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest. This park features 27 trails for everyone from experts to beginners.
Take a pleasant stroll around Prexy’s Pasture, the center mall of the University’s campus or watch a football game at the War Memorial Stadium.
Laramie boasts many renowned museums. Whether you’re into art, science, or history Laramie has it all.
Laramie Jubilee Days commemorates the anniversary of Wyoming Statehood on July 10th, 1890. This week long event started in 1940 and includes activities for all ages including rodeo events, a carnival, parade, live music, an art fest and more.
Laramie is also home to great shopping, great food, and epic outdoor adventure. Check out area attractions on Laramies local tourism website.
Dining and Nightlife
Casual setting with aged steaks, seafood, slow-cooked ribs, beer and more
Casual cafe and bar serving vegan and vegetarian comfort food.
Fun, laid back environment serving burritos, street tacos, and craft cocktails on draft.
University of Wyoming
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