Childress Regional Medical Center (CRMC) is a full
service rural health care facility operated by a county
hospital district, governed by an elected board of
directors and licensed by the Texas Department of
Health. CRMC is a 54-year member of the Texas
Department of Health and a charter member of Texas
Organization of Rural and Community Hospitals.
Since the inception of the hospital district in 1967,
the board of directors and administration of Childress
Regional Medical Center have maintained a focus on
long-term healthcare needs of county residents and what
has become an underserved region in the southeast
panhandle of Texas. Excellent care and good
outcomes are the guiding principles for the 11 physician
medical staff and nursing staff of more than 70 licensed
professionals. That principle of excellence in
patient outcomes resulting in the 100 Top Hospital
designation in 2005. CRMC is guided by the philosophy that profits be
reinvested in modernizing equipment and infrastructure
on an ongoing basis.
the best rural hospital in Texas.
have 235 FTE’s and are the 2nd largest
employer in Childress County.
received the Employer of Excellence Award from the Texas
Workforce Commission in 2004, the Top 100 Hospital award
from Solucient and Modern Healthcare in 2005, and the
Governor’s Award for Quality from the Texas Medical
Foundation in 2007.