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Updated Phone Number for Visitor Information

April 27, 2020

If a family member does not have a way to get a hold of a patient in the hospital, they should call 928-302-5453 and they will be connected to the patient or the patients nurse.

Visiting Hours & Policy

March 20, 2020

​UPDATED: Friday March 20, 2020: To protect our patients during the high numbers of respiratory illness and influenza the following restriction will be applied until further notice:

COVID-19: What Havasu Regional Medical Center is Doing and What You Can Do

March 20, 2020

It probably feels as if coronavirus – or as it is officially known, COVID-19 – is all anyone is talking about these days. As COVID-19 and other respiratory illnesses like the seasonal flu continue to spread across the U.S., you also may feel a certain level of concern over how this disease could affect you or your loved ones,

Media Statement

January 16, 2019

LifePoint Health and RCCH HealthCare Partners have completed their merger and will now begin operating as one, united company under the LifePoint Health name.

Cancer Surgery. No Knife.

January 15, 2019

In a promising development for cancer patients in Mohave County, Havasu Regional Medical Center recently installed the Edge™ system for high-precision radiosurgery, a non-invasive alternative to traditional surgery.

Hospital Seeks Participants for Patient-Family Advisory Board

January 9, 2019

Havasu Regional Medical Center is looking for approximately 12 volunteers from the community to participate on an advisory board to discuss how to improve the partnership between patients, their families and the healthcare professionals that care for them. The goal of the Patient-Family Advisory board is to enhance the quality and safety of healthcare, leading to the best outcomes in patient care.

HRMC to Implement Visitor Restrictions

December 11, 2018

This is a notice to the community of Lake Havasu City that, in an effort to protect patients, employees, volunteers and visitors from exposure to seasonal illnesses such as the influenza virus and Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV), Havasu Regional Medical Center is implementing visitor restrictions based on recommendations from the Mohave County Dept. of Public Health and Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

Community Comes Together for Student and Teacher Safety

December 10, 2018

We all know how important basic first aid skills are in the case of an emergency. Knowing how to quickly stop major bleeding has increased in importance as the number of mass shootings increases. Equally important are having the necessary supplies on hand to stop major bleeding to save lives.

Community Disaster Preparedness Drill A Success

November 7, 2018

Havasu Regional Medical Center would like to thank Lake Havasu City Police Department, Lake Havasu City Fire Department, River Medical, Air Methods and the Community Emergency Response Team for their support with the “Fright Night” emergency preparedness training drill.