About Flagstaff Medical Center
1200 N. Beaver St.Flagstaff, AZ 86001
One of the nicest things about living in Northern Arizona is you don't have to travel to get excellent healthcare. Since 1936, Flagstaff Medical Center, a member of Northern Arizona Healthcare, has provided high quality healthcare services to the residents and visitors to Northern Arizona. We are dedicated to patient-centered care with a personal touch. FMC is accredited by *DNV Healthcare, the newest hospital accreditation organization deemed by Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to accredit hospitals, and FMC is licensed by the State of Arizona.
Founded by Dr. Charles Sechrist as Flagstaff Hospital, the 25-bed hospital was donated to the community of Flagstaff in 1955. Today, FMC remains a not-for-profit hospital, governed by a volunteer board of directors. We treat every patient, regardless of their ability to pay.
FMC invests in your community hospital to ensure we are providing the best and safest care, close to home. We provide key services to Northern Arizona residents and visitors, including a regional trauma center; open-heart surgery; high-tech imaging; a cancer center; surgical services; orthopedic services; women, infants’ and children’s services and more.
FMC currently has*:
- 267 inpatient beds
- Close to 200 physicians on our active medical staff
- 12,669 annual inpatient hospital visits
- 96,111 annual outpatient hospital visits
- 40,551 annual Emergency department visits
- More than 1,251 babies born each year at FMC
- Approximately 50 medical specialties
- 5,675 annual inpatient surgeries
*Statistics updated Sept. 2011
Flagstaff Medical Center is nationally accredited by DNV Healthcare. For more information about DNV Healthcare, visit dnvaccreditation.com.
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