Little Colorado Medical Center Overview

Little Colorado Medical Center (LCMC), a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital, located in Winslow, Arizona cares for approximately 30,000 people in North Central Arizona.  LCMC is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit hospital and has been a Critical Access Hospital since November 1, 2004.  It was formerly called Winslow Memorial Hospital.

LCMC offers the following services: Inpatient, Outpatient, Emergency Room, Multi-Specialty Clinic, Laboratory, Imaging Services, Pharmacy, General Surgery, Obstetrics, Med/Surg, and Cardiology.

Winslow is a small rural town of 10,000 residents located 50 miles east of Flagstaff, Arizona on I-40.  The community borders the Hopi Reservation and Navajo Nations and is situated alongside the Little Colorado River at an elevation of 4,850 feet.

♦  25-Bed Critical Access Hospital (CAH)
♦  Founded in 1954
♦  501(c)3 Not-for-Profit
♦  Level IV Trauma Center
♦  Provider Based Physician Clinic
♦  Pricing Transparency
♦  Rural General Acute Care Hospital
♦  Community Owned and Operated
♦   Located 50 miles on I-40 East of Flagstaff



Little Colorado Medical Center
Board of Directors

Loren Sadler, Chairman

Rhonda Greer, Vice-Chairperson

Frank Armao, MD, Secretary/Treasurer

J.R. DeSpain, Director

David Coolidge, Director

Elias Jouen, Director

Robert Salabye, Director

Chris Bavasi, Director

Thomas Greenwood, MD, Director

Matthew Sutton, MD, Director

John J. Dempsey, CEO