Copper Queen Community Hospital has a rich heritage, dating back to the 1880s when it operated as a part of the mining community, so important to the history of Bisbee. This tiny acute care critical access hospital has been striving to supply convenient, affordable health care to the area it serves for over 125 years.
|Address||101 Cole Avnue|
|Phone Number||(520) 432-2042|
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Aside from the outstanding medical care Copper Queen Community Hospital provides, CQCH is also committed to improving the needs of the surrounding communities and participates in community-based events, fundraisers, and provides scholarships to help improve the lives of others. Below is an overview of how CQCH is giving back. Brooks Nursing Scholarship - Through CQCH's Development Fund Committee and donors, the Brooks Nursing Scholarship is used to help support Cochise Community College students planning careers in healthcare with scholarships of $1000 each.
CQCH's Physical Therapy department is committed to providing the highest quality of services to inpatient, outpatient, and home health patients. The physical therapists treat patients of all ages and begin with an evaluation, followed by treatment and education aimed at improving a variety of movement and function problems.
CQCH is proud and excited to have a variety of TeleMedicine programs. TeleMedicine use computers that will electronically send real-time video and images to hospitals and specialists in Phoenix and Tucson to provide patients with the best possible care. This system brings consultative expertise to a new level because CQCH physicians can work in tandem with specialized physicians and staff at other hospitals. With TeleMedicine, the patient can be assessed immediately rather than having to wait or be transported to another department or location.
Effective Tuesday, August 18, 2020, Kara Montes, DPM will be joining Copper Queen Community Hospital and relocating her office to our campuses in Palominas and Douglas. To complete this transition. On July 1st staff will begin setting up appointments to see patients starting August 18th. You may receive a phone call from staff prior to this date if you have previously requested an appointment or need to have a procedure scheduled. Good foot and ankle healthcare should start at an early age in order to prevent future problems, but sometimes that doesn't happen.
The CQCH Laboratory is committed to providing accurate, complete, and timely results for patient care. If a required test is unavailable on-site, specimens are promptly sent to contracted certified laboratories. The CQCH Laboratory is certified under the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act (CLIA). Experienced Medical Technologists and Medical Laboratory Technicians can conduct tests on patients of all ages, CQCH accept orders from all licensed physician, physician's assistant, or nurse practitioner.