Multiple medical services are available to the community.
Residents of Campbell County can receive a clean bill of health, thanks to top medical facilities located throughout the community.
Campbell County Health
Campbell County Health (CCH) has advanced a long way since 1953, when it was a 31-bed red-brick hospital. Today, CCH features the 90-bed Campbell County Memorial Hospital, which has about 80 physicians, physician assistants and nurse practitioners in more than 20 specialties. CCH also oversees the 18-clinic Campbell County Medical Group and the Powder River Surgery Center.
In addition, CCH has opened The Legacy Living & Rehabilitation Center, a 152-bed long-term care facility on South Douglas Highway about 1.5 miles from the hospital campus. Besides long-term care, The Legacy, with large, bright rehabilitation spaces, provides short-term rehabilitation to speed recovery and return patients home. Other amenities at the center, which overlooks Lasting Legacy Park, include a bistro, country store and movie theater.
The Legacy arrived on the heels of CCH’s recent opening of a cardiac catheterization lab and an expansion of the hospital’s radiology department. In addition, CCH has received ISO 9001 certification that recognizes Campbell County Memorial Hospital for continually striving to improve the quality of its entire operating system.
Optometry and Dentistry
For Campbell County residents seeking vision care, Gillette Optometric Clinic can diagnose and treat a range of eye diseases, conditions and problems using the most advanced technology and eye-care products. Big Horn Dental Clinic offers such services as dental implants, migraine therapy, laser dentistry, sleep apnea appliances and Invisalign® teeth straightening, while Synergy Dental Center helps patients by providing cosmetic dentistry, family dentistry, full mouth rehabilitation and orthodontics.
Multiple specialty clinics treat Campbell County residents, including the Center for Surgical Excellence that provides outpatient surgical procedures in a comfortable setting and at a reasonable cost. The area also has many physical therapists, including Powder River Pain Clinic led by Dr. John Mansell, who has helped patients with pain since 1991.
Also available to residents is Rehab Solutions Physical Therapy, which offers quick symptom resolution and decreased treatment time for a faster return to work, while Premier Bone & Joint Centers treats conditions and ailments of the bones, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments. Big Horn Pediatrics treats a variety of ailments in youngsters from birth through age 18. Their office is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.