Wyoming's 27 acute-care hospitals are earning high marks for patient care and specialties.
Health-care services in Wyoming are as vast as the state itself. Spread over 98,000 square miles, Wyoming's 27 hospitals house 2,600-plus acute care beds, contribute more than $445 million to the state's economy annually and employ nearly 9,000 people.
Wyoming provides award-winning health care. Sixteen of the state's 26 hospitals are members of the Wyoming Critical Access Hospital Network, offering residents in rural communities timely access to the state's best hospitals and specialists.
The Wyoming Critical Access Hospital Network helps rural hospitals share resources and improve their services.
The influx of newcomers to Wyoming has made the states hospitals more nimble.