About Us

Our mission

We inspire great health!

Putting service before self, our family cares for your family with compassion, experience and innovation.

We inspire great health!

Our vision

To provide the most trusted healthcare with an inspired personal touch.

Putting service before self, our family cares for your family with compassion, experience and innovation.

Our values








If you look back on our history, you can easily see why we are so passionate about what we do.

Sewn into the very fabric of Cheyenne Regional is a pioneering and steadfast determination to serve othersa quality that dates way back to 1867. That’s the year that we were founded as a frontier “tent” hospital, constructed by the Union Pacific Railroad to treat workers who were injured building the transcontinental railroad.

One year later, the founders of Cheyenne purchased the tent and all of its medical supplies for $125 and established what is now known as Cheyenne Regional. As time passed, our buildings grew, our name changed and generations have come and gone. Through it all, our pioneering spirit and determination to provide the highest quality of care has continued to lead and inspire healthcare excellence in the region.

At Cheyenne Regional, we believe the responsibility for health is bigger than one person.

When you trust our family to care for your family, our passionate physicians, nurses and staff will be here to encourage you throughout the healing process—with confidence, compassion and a personal touch.

We know our region better than any other healthcare system, and we’re committed to providing you with the exceptional care you seek and deserve.

Our comprehensive line of healthcare services includes Cardiovascular, Cancer, Orthopedics, Neurosciences, Women and Children’s Services, Trauma, Wound Management & Hyperbaric Medicine, Rehabilitation, Home Care, Hospice, Behavioral Health, Medical Imaging and Lab Services.

Board & Leadership

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Safety Beliefs & Standards of Conduct

Patient Safety Beliefs

As a team, all Cheyenne Regional physicians, clinical staff and employees adhere to and abide by a set of patient safety beliefs.

Compliance and Conduct

All Cheyenne Regional team members providing services adhere to our Standards, helping ensure our patients receive the best experience possible.

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Cheyenne Regional Facts

At Cheyenne Regional, you’ll find more than 2,000 employees, 200+ volunteers, and 170+ active/associate medical staff. Of our 184 licensed beds, there are 120 medical-surgical (including same-day surgery, recovery rooms), 16 pediatric medical-surgical, 19 obstetric, 15 intensive care, 20 physical rehabilitation (ARU), 16 psychiatric care, and 10 surgical suites.


Cheyenne Regional Medical Center celebrated 150 years of caring for our community and region in 2017.

That focus on caring began in 1867, when Union Pacific Railroad officials pitched a tent hospital in Cheyenne to treat workers who were injured while building the transcontinental railroad. One year later, the City of Cheyenne purchased the frontier hospital for $125.

Over the next few years the hospital was moved to several different locations and buildings. It finally found a permanent home in 1883, when a new facility was built for $21,000 on land donated to the city by Union Pacific Railroad at what would eventually become the corner of 23rd Street and Evans Avenue. The first patients were admitted on December 7.

In 1900, a typhoid epidemic hit Cheyenne. In the face of this crisis, a Hospital Aid Society was formed to raise funds to renovate the health facility, which was renamed St. John’s Hospital. Through the early 1900s, county and Union Pacific Railroad officials funded additions to the hospital to care for pregnant women and Union Pacific employees and their dependents.

In 1920, St. John’s Hospital was demolished and construction of the new Memorial Hospital began. Over the next few decades, Memorial Hospital would undergo substantial renovation and modernization to meet the needs of a growing community and region.

In 1952, the community would also see the addition of DePaul Hospital, which was run by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth.

In 1992, Memorial Hospital of Laramie County would purchase DePaul, forming United Medical Center. The hospital would once again change in 2006, to become Cheyenne Regional Medical Center.

Along with our community, we’ve grown and changed through the years.

The one thing that has not changed is that original pioneering spirit, which continually pushes us to seek out how we can best care for and meet the health needs of our community and region.

Photos: Looking Back and Moving Forward