Kingman Regional Medical Center is in one of the nation's fastest growing areas, many professionals are finding the temperate high-desert community of Kingman in northwestern Arizona an ideal place to begin or continue their career. KRMC is the largest medical center serving the northwest portion of the state (estimated service-area population is 77,000). KRMC is a non-profit, community-owned institution. As such, it is able to better invest in advanced medical technologies and recruit skilled medical professionals.

The Emergency Department at KRMC has 33 beds and sees 52,000 patients a year. It also has an Osteopathic Emergency Medicine residency with 4 fourth year residents per year.
The city of Kingman, AZ was founded in 1882 and now has a population of over 28,000 people. In the northwest side of the state of Arizona, Kingman is on the edge of the Mojave Desert. With public and private schools, Mohave Community College, and an extension campus of Northern Arizona University, Kingman offers a vast amount of eductional services and opportunities.

Kingman is conveniently just a few hours from Las Vegas and Phoenix. It is also the closest city to the Grand Canyon Skywalk and just hours from the Grand Canyon National Park. Known for being on "the heart of Route 66", Kingman has a storied history of helping settle the west and providing a hub for travelers.