Platte County Memorial Hospital (PCMH) is a 25-bed critical access facility providing diagnostic, therapeutic, palliative and preventive care to meet patients’ physical, emotional and spiritual needs. provides medical excellence to the residents of Platte County. Healthcare services include: acute-care, cardiopulmonary care, inpatient and ambulatory surgery, laboratory services, radiology, CAT scan and mammography as well as an emergency department. PCMH also offers an intelligent OB program, a computerized system designed to reduce the chances of complications during labor and delivery.
Wheatland, WY | Wheatland, the county seat and largest town in Platte County, provides easy access to scenic and recreational areas. Set amid farms and ranches that are irrigated by the largest privately owned irrigation system in the Country, the town has a nine-hole public golf course, city parks with a free camping area, a swimming pool and tennis courts, Laramie Peak Museum, library, bowling alley, movie theater and fairgrounds. Wheatland supports many civic and church activities. Wheatland provides easy access to scenic and recreational areas, including mountains, fishing and outdoor activities.
Located along located along Interstate 25 (I-25), Wheatland is a family-centered town, Wheatland is primarily an agricultural community, plus boasts a large, clean industrial plant and many small businesses. Wheatland is proud of the medical facilities at the Platte County Memorial Hospital and Nursing Home. For a small western town, Wheatland is quite modern, progressive and growing. The Laramie River Station (LRS) power plant is located six miles northeast of Wheatland. LRS represents one of the largest consumer-owned regional joint power supply programs in the United States.