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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.
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As you undergo joint replacement surgery at Yuma Regional Medical Center, our goal is to provide you with the highest standard of care available. You can also help achieve positive results by making sure you’re well prepared for your surgery. Watch our video below to ensure the best possible outcome for your joint replacement surgery.
In addition, we offer a Total Joint Replacement Education Session to learn more about what to expect from your surgery. The class is offered on Mondays in both English and Spanish. Each class is conducted by our physical therapist and a nurse from the orthopedic floor where you will recover. Pre-registration is required. To register for the Total Joint Replacement Education Session, please call 928-336-7039
If you have any questions about preparing for your surgery, please call Pre-Admission Testing at
928-336-7028 and ask to speak with a pre-admission nurse.
We've provided a list of steps to take to ensure the best possible outcome for your joint replacement surgery.
Learn more about our skilled team of orthopedic surgeons.
Round the clock emergency access to our facture specialists to provide the best care for traumatic bone or joint injuries.
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 find out more upcoming wellness and educational classes to help you maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Knee pain had stopped Virginia from enjoying life, but robotic-assisted technology put her back on her feet.