Regional Health Lead-Deadwood Hospital, located in Deadwood, South Dakota, is owned and operated by Regional Health, a tax exempt, community-based organization that is committed to preserving and strengthening health care for the people in the region.
Regional Health Lead-Deadwood Hospital is one of Regional Health’s four rural hospitals; three of which are designated Critical Access Hospitals. The hospital employs 80 team members (clinical and non-clinical) and has an inpatient bed capacity of 18.
Regional Health Lead-Deadwood Hospital is dedicated to addressing its outreach objectives of serving the entire community, not only those who come through its doors. Building on a long tradition of service, the hospital utilizes its strengths alongside those of other well-established community partners. This strategy allows the hospital to better understand and reach the most vulnerable sectors of the community, while meeting pressing health care needs. The goal is to improve the community’s health status by empowering citizens to make healthy life choices.
The purpose of Regional Health is helping patients and communities live well. Regional Health and its affiliates provide health care services to the 380,000 people who live in the Black Hills of South Dakota and the surrounding region, as well as thousands of visitors each year. Regional Health serves a 38-county region comprised of western South Dakota, southeastern Montana, northeastern Wyoming, southwestern North Dakota and northwestern Nebraska.
Regional Health Lead-Deadwood Hospital offers Ambulance Services (Advanced Life Support). To contact, Dial 911.