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Flagstaff Medical Center
Since 1936, Flagstaff Medical Center has provided high quality healthcare services to residents and visitors to Northern Arizona. FMC is licensed by The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and the State of Arizona.

FMC is a not-for-profit hospital, governed by a volunteer board of directors, and includes a regional trauma center; open-heart surgery; high-tech imaging; a cancer center; surgical services; orthopedic services; women, and infants’ and children’s services.

North Country HealthCare
North Country HealthCare is a federally funded community health center with clinics across northern Arizona in communities where there has been a need for better access to primary care services. At North Country’s clinics, quality healthcare is provided on a sliding fee scale regardless of people’s ability to pay.

In 2007, the organization moved its Flagstaff operations into a new facility with the help of a $3 million capital campaign. Today, North Country HealthCare is delivering primary care services to over 30,000 patients at eleven clinics in northern Arizona, providing over 100,000 patient visits per year.

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