About Cheyenne Regional Medical Center
Dedicated to inspiring great Health
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)
41,000/year ED volume
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
ED ultrasound: Yes
120 operating rooms
Specialties on Staff: Cardiology, Neurology, Psychology, General, Surgery, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, Hospitalist