Graham Regional Medical Center
GRMC is a 42-bed, nonprofit municipal hospital owned by the City of Graham, which operates independently of tax revenue. The hospital recently won the coveted Texas Health Care Quality Improvement Achievement Award in 2009.
Over the last 10 years, GRMC has evolved into an award-winning, state-of-the-art facility that serves all of Young County. The Graham Hospital Foundation, which has raised nearly $15 million to improve the hospital's facilities, is credited with much of the hospital's growth.
The Women's Center is a 16,000-square-foot facility for women's health services. It includes modern labor, delivery, and recovery (LDR) suites; postpartum care; and post-operative care, that rivals any big city hospital.
The center opened in 2008 and includes cardio workout equipment, free-weight training, group exercise and water aerobics, and an Olympic-style lap pool. The new center also provides expanded and improved cardiac rehabilitation, occupational therapy, respiratory therapy, and physical therapy services.