Moab Regional Hospital (MRH) is a 17-bed, independent, not-for-profit, Critical Access Hospital and Level IV Trauma Center located in Moab, Utah. MRH serves nearly 10,000 residents of rural southeast Utah, primarily those in Grand County, but also others in neighboring counties of San Juan and Emery. MRH also provides medical care to the estimated 3 million tourists and visitors who visit the region each year.
Moab Regional Hospital provides a full range of healthcare services, including behavioral health, emergency care, family medicine, general surgical services, hospice care, imaging and radiology services, infusion services, inpatient care, laboratory services, obstetrics, orthopedics, and wound care. MRH offers a variety of visiting specialties, including, podiatry, dermatology, plastic surgery, neurology, gynecology, and urology. MRH offers financial aid to patients with or without health insurance and provided nearly $6 million in uncompensated care to the community in 2019.
As a Level IV Trauma Center, Moab Regional Hospital stabilizes patients who are experiencing high level trauma and transports them to larger trauma facilities. MRH works with several air transport agencies for helicopter transportation and also works closely with Grand County Emergency Medical Services for ground transports.