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Copper Queen Community Hospital
"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 small acute care critical access hospital has been striving to provide convenient, affordable health care to the area it serves for over 125 years.
The hospital’s mission is: To maintain and support access to basic primary healthcare throughout southeastern Cochise County by providing leadership and vision to address opportunities and challenges.
The hospital has expanded its reach by operating three Rural Health Clinics, Copper Queen Medical Associates, located in Bisbee, Douglas and Palominas. The Copper Queen Community Hospital (CQCH), located in Bisbee, is a not-for-profit, full-service community health care facility. In 2008, CQCH was the second largest employer in Bisbee with 174 full-time equivalent employees (a full-time equivalent employee equals one full-time or two part-time employees). The local medical staff includes 23 physicians: 12 are local fully active physicians and 11 are consultants. The hospital provides a broad range of inpatient and outpatient services, including acute care; outpatient surgery; 24-hour emergency services; cardio-pulmonary services; rehabilitation services; home health care; an occupational medicine department; a full-service laboratory; and diagnostic imaging, which includes a state-of-the-art fluoroscopy unit, flat plate basic radiology unit, Dexa-Scan bone density unit, spiral CT scanner, mammography services, ultrasound, on-site experienced and professional radiologists, and teleradiology for speedy diagnostic capability. CQCH serves more than 25,000 patients, many of whom are unemployed, have low family incomes, and are uninsured or underinsured."