About the Facility
Since its inception as a frontier “tent” hospital in 1867, this tertiary hospital has served its patients in Cheyenne, Wyoming and the surrounding region with a framework of pioneer spirit. This 222-bed facility is a Level 2 trauma center, houses the Wyoming Heart and Vascular Institute, and has the only cancer center in Wyoming that is accredited by American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer. Experienced staff provides confident and kind care throughout the healing process and offers a full spectrum of services for birth through end-of-life, including hospice care.
Surrounded by golden plains and rolling foothills, explore the state capital of Wyoming and discover why this city was such an important part of America’s pioneering past. The self-proclaimed “Rodeo and Railroad Capital” offers many attractions such as the restored Cheyenne Depot and Terry Bison Ranch. Celebrate the city’s colorful western heritage with its Frontier Days festival, a lively rodeo and fair occurring every year.