San Juan Regional Medical Center

801 West Maple St
Farmington, NM 87401

505-609-2000

About Us:
San Juan Regional Medical Center is a modern, acute-care hospital located in one of the most rural areas of the American southwest, the Four Corners. As a sole community provider of hospital services in San Juan County, New Mexico, the hospital delivers a remarkable range of healthcare services not only to the citizens of San Juan County, but to the people of the entire Four Corners area.

In March 2008, the organization was accredited for three years by the Joint Commission and received their Gold Seal of Approval. Also in 2008, SJRMC was selected by Thomson-Reuters as one of America's 100 Top Hospital Performance Improvement leaders.

The hospital itself has a 260 bed capacity. 72 of those beds were added in 2006 in a major addition to the hospital, and 20 were added in 2008 when the fifth floor of the new addition was completed. Almost all beds are in private rooms. All of the rooms in the 2006 expansion, except isolation rooms, have private, fresh-air balconies. The 2006 expansion also replaced the existing operating rooms with eight new state-of-the-art operating suites.

Mission:
San Juan Regional Medical Center's mission is to personalize healthcare and create enthusiasm and vitality in healing. The hospital's Core Values are actively taught, and reinforced, to staff, management and physicians so that the organization may achieve excellence and consistency in patient care.

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