From newborns to grandparents, we’re dedicated to caring for your entire family when you need it most.
Yuma Regional Medical Center offers health services for all ages and aspects of life. Whether you have a common illness or need specialized treatment, our experts provide outstanding, personalized care.
We hold ourselves accountable to you – our community - and because of that we create and share a special report each year that summarizes the work we have done to continually enhance our quality care.
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Caring for your injuries, aches and pains will help you get back to the life you enjoy. Get the care you need from the orthopedic specialists at Yuma Regional Medical Center. Your doctor can help you work toward healing by providing optimal care for the diagnosis, treatment and management of bone and joint problems.
Whether you need to recover from an injury, return to work or get back on the playing field, YRMC's specialists work with you to carry out your custom treatment plan. The team includes orthopedic surgeons, a non-surgical sports medicine doctor, nurses and physical therapists. We'll work with you, and your other medical providers, to get you through a successful recuperation.
Thanks to our providers' excellent training, Yuma-area residents have access to a complete range of orthopedic services.
Here are some steps to take to ensure the best possible outcome for your joint replacement surgery.
Learn more about our skilled team of orthopedic surgeons.
A proven technology that utilizes the RIO® Robotic Arm Interactive Orthopedic System.
It is important to make some changes in your home to reduce the risk of falling after surgery. We've provided a list of home safety tips to help you prepare.
Search our events listing to learn more about upcoming wellness classes to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Experiencing pain in your hand, shoulder, wrist or elbow? Schedule an appointment with your orthopedic surgeons for an evaluation today.
Knee pain had stopped Virginia from enjoying life, but robotic-assisted technology put her back on her feet.