Page Hospital is a 25-bed Critical Access Hospital that serves Northern Arizona, located in Page Arizona. The hospital provides a range of medical services that include Emergency Services, Surgery, Medical Imaging, Obstetrics, Cardiopulmonary, Acute Care and Rehabilitation.
Page Hospital's Emergency department is a Level-4 Trauma designated center and works closely with local emergency medical services, the National Park Service, and helicopter transport.
Great hospital environment: Many distractions commonly associated with hospitals have been removed. Medical equipment is kept out of patient view and overhead paging and staff announcements have been replaced with the soothing sounds of soft music. Hospital rooms have couches, refrigerators, access to outdoor patios and gardens, and full-size beds draped in home-like linens. Artwork and décor is inspired by the area’s large Native American population and the surrounding beauty of the canyons and Lake Powell. Other Native American elements include a weaving loom and a traditional healing Hogan.
Visiting Specialist Services
Because of its remote location, Page Hospital offers a program that brings in specialists so patients do not have to travel out of town for services.
iVantage Healthstrong Top 100 Critical Access Hospital
Page Hospital has been named a Top 100 out of more than 1,300 critical access hospitals in the country, and scored in the Top 100 of Critical Access Hospitals on the iVantage Hospital Strength INDEX™.
Community & Location:
Page is just 16 minutes from Lake Powell in the center of over 40 National Parks, National Recreation Areas, National Monuments, and Tribal Parks. Just hours from the Grand Canyon, Zion and Bryce Canyon National Parks. Page stands on top of a mesa overlooking Lake Powell is a small attractive community of 8000.