Care.

It’s what we do.

Offering speciality care

Full-Service Medical Center in
Show Low, AZ

Serving Arizona’s White Mountains

Summit Healthcare is a not-for-profit healthcare organization in the beautiful White Mountains of Northeastern Arizona. As a regional medical center with 101 licensed beds, Summit Healthcare responds to the health care needs of more than 90,000 permanent and seasonal residents living in a 3,000 square mile area.

Our goal is quite simple—to provide patients with exceptional, state-of-the-art healthcare, close to home. For the past 50 years, Summit Healthcare has taken critical steps to achieve this goal by investing millions of dollars in equipment and technology and by attracting an outstanding physicians representing a wide variety of specialties.

Summit Healthcare, continuing to care for the White Mountain communities, “trusted to deliver exceptional, compassionate care, close to home.”

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Summit Healthcare is committed to delivering exceptional compassionate care, close to home. Care. It’s what we do.

Community Health Needs

Summit Healthcare is proud to be one of many community participants working with the Navajo County Public Health Services District to create an efficient and effective public health system in which all organizations can coordinate and communicate with each other.

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Cancer Treatment Center

In Show Low, AZ

Summit Healthcare’s premier cancer center in Show Low, Arizona. If you or a family member has been diagnosed with cancer, we provide state-of-the-art treatment for our patients. We incorporate the latest treatment options, including chemotherapy and radiation therapy, to deliver individualized care to our cancer patients.

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Patient Testimonials

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I had an extreme nosebleed for more than two days before I finally called 911 EMTs. THE EMTs WERE GR8 and said I should go to THIS ER so we did. Once there everything was one-to-three smooth and professional from Admit, and a short wait in a secure area with social distancing to being seen in an ER[…]

- V Martin

Took care of my wife when her appendix was inflamed, right into the Er, quick testing, and off to surgery. The hospital Er and recovery room nieces were great. Thank you so much.

- Luke A

The ER staff was friendly, provider was knowledgeable. Later in OB we had another great bunch of staff members take care of us. Was nice to have caring people on such a bad day.

- Andrew B

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