About Northern Arizona Healthcare

NAH is the largest healthcare system in northern Arizona. Our two hospitals, Flagstaff Medical Center and Verde Valley Medical Center, were founded in the 1930s to serve predominantly ranching, sheepherding, sawmill/timber and mining communities. The hospitals joined together in 1995 to form Northern Arizona Healthcare.

FMC has the only state-certified Level 1 Trauma Center north of Phoenix and is northern Arizona’s only regional medical referral center. VVMC has four locations serving the Verde Valley and the surrounding communities of Cottonwood, Sedona, Camp Verde and the Village of Oak Creek.

FMC and VVMC serve more than 700,000 residents and over a million tourists, who visit landmarks like the Grand Canyon, Sedona, Monument Valley and Lake Powell. The two hospitals have a combined capacity of nearly 400 beds; 50 medical specialties; and a team of 3,400 doctors, nurses, and other professionals serving approximately 70,000 unduplicated patients each year. We bridge the distance between patients and providers in new, exciting ways through telemedicine.