Kremmling Memorial Hospital District, now doing business as Middle Park Medical Center, is a 25-bed, critical access hospital system serving approximately 15,000 residents and guests of Jackson, Grand and Northern Summit Counties since 1933. The District is governed by a five-member board, elected by residents within the geographical boundaries of the district.
While each of the hospitals offer emergency services, out-patient services, surgical services, diagnostic imaging, laboratory, physical therapy and cardiac/pulmonary rehabilitation, the hospital in Kremmling additionally offers in-patient acute care and skilled nursing. The emergency departments in Granby and in Kremmling are both designated by the Colorado Department of health as Level IV Trauma Centers.
Middle Park Medical Center operates three primary care provider based (PB) clinics, or family practice clinics, one located at the hospital in Kremmling, another at the hospital in Granby and one in Walden – which goes by the name, North Park Medical Center. Both Granby and Kremmling provide visiting specialty services including Internal Medicine and Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, Orthopaedics, Cardiology, General Surgery, Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose and Throat), OB-GYN, Dermatology, Pain Management, Urology and Hand Surgery.
KMHD operates as a Critical Access Hospital (CAH), allowing it to receive cost-based reimbursement for services rendered to Medicare/Medicaid patients amounting to approximately 35 percent of our current patient base.
KMHD is committed to helping improve the quality, availability and access to healthcare to the residents of our region, while working to keep costs down and improve the sustainability of care to those we serve.
Middle Park Medical Center and North Park Medical Center: An Affiliate of Centura Health, keeping quality care close to home.