North Country HealthCare Lake Havasu City Clinic
Lake Havasu City clinic:
- 7,200 sp ft. building (remodeled in 2014)
- 15 exam rooms
- In-office lab, 5 offices, breakroom, admin offices
- Centricity EHR
- 100% outpatient
- No OB
- 1 physician, 4 NPs, 1 Doctoral-level Behavioral Health professional, RNs, MAs, and support staff
We are a dynamic FQHC with a mission to provide accessible, affordable quality primary health care in an atmosphere of respect, dignity, and cultural sensitivity.We offer comprehensive, preventive primary care, dental care, outreach programs, and training/education services to people of Northern Arizona. The health and well being of patients and community are promoted through direct services, training/education, outreach, and advocacy.
Havasu Regional Medical Center is a Joint Commission accredited, 138-bed acute care facility providing 24-hour emergency services. It is a state-certified ALS Base Hospital, authorizing medical direction and support of pre-hospital care providers, fire department paramedics and ambulance personnel. The facility offers a full complement of patient centered, community hospital and regional referral services in all of the major medical disciplines, and the Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospital is an active medical service component of the facility. More than 100 affiliated physicians and allied health professionals comprise the medical staff and represent a broad cross-section of specialties.
The Lake Havasu City business community thrives along the Colorado River in one of the nation's fastest growing areas, drawing on diverse resources, beautiful weather, and the best networking available in the Southwest. Lake Havasu City, home of the historic London Bridge, is on the east shore of Lake Havasu on the Colorado River border of California and Arizona. The opening of the London Bridge in 1971 added a unique attraction to Lake Havasu City. It is the major population center of southern Mohave County, one of the fastest growing counties in the United States.
Lake Havasu City, formed by Parker Dam on the Colorado River, offers abundant water sports, fishing, and other attractions.The city hosts a number of major bass competitions throughout the year. Open stretches of water are the scene of annual national outboard championships, sailing competitions, water skiing and international jet ski championships. Lake Havasu State Park and Lake Havasu National Wildlife Refuge provide areas of rugged terrain where birds and small game flourish. For amateur geologists, the area surrounding Lake Havasu City features volcanic rock, geodes, jaspers, obsidian, turquoise, and agate.Lake Havasu City offers a broad range of community facilities including four parks, movie theater, library, three beaches, bowling alley and four golf courses. A municipally owned and operated aquatics complex combines leisure and competitive swimming, therapeutic pools, a water lagoon for children, wave action and a 257-foot enclosed water slide.
There is plenty of shopping, fine dining to be had as well as events such as off-roading, golf tournaments, car shows, and the annual balloon festival. Lake Havasu is 45 miles long, with California on the other side.