Our Impact

Our Community’s Healthcare Needs Are Wide and Varied

Wickenburg Community Hospital serves an area of rural Arizona that covers 3,300 square miles and a population of about 25,000 people. Here, patients can receive primary care, urgent care for minor illnesses and injuries, emergency care for life-threatening conditions and trauma, specialty care such as oncology and cardiology, diagnostic imaging, and surgery including gastrointestinal procedures and total joint replacement.

Filling Local Needs

If the community has a need, the Hospital identifies it and the Foundation garners the resources to meet it. In partnership with private donors and other foundations, Wickenburg Community Hospital Foundation has provided funding for critical initiatives that improve the health and well-being of our desert home.

Funding Grants & Scholarships

$7.2 MILLion for Surgical Center construction

$1 MILLion for Emergency Department renovation

$600,000 toward a mobile medical clinic

$500,000 raised at signature fundraising events

$420,000 in advanced technology for Wickenburg Community Hospital Breast Center

$260,000 for Pink Ribbon Angels to provide breast cancer screening and diagnostic tests including more than 2,500 mammograms and 400 ultrasounds, biopsies and bone density tests

$155,000 for a pharmacy pill-packet machine to ensure medication compliance and improve patient quality of life

$100,000 in Gift Shop contributions to patient programs and advanced technology

$80,000 in healthcare scholarships awarded

Join us in bringing quality healthcare to Wickenburg and surrounding rural communities — now and in the future.