The community response to COVID-19 has been nothing short of incredible. The support we’ve received as your community owned and operated hospital, both from individuals and local businesses, has truly inspired our caregivers to keep going when times were tough.  


San Juan Regional Medical Center is partnering with the New Mexico National Guard and FEMA to ensure we are able to provide the best care for our patients and our community during the COVID-19 national emergency.

Community Steps Up

We are blessed with a truly caring community. Our friends and neighbors have heeded our call when we’ve asked for donations of personal protective equipment to keep our caregivers safe.

clinical engineering works with san juan college to repair ppe

Our COVID response was successful thanks to the community that allowed us to combine our talents to accomplish tasks we wouldn’t have been able to on our own. When an important piece of PPE needed repairs, San Juan College stepped in to make sure we got the help we needed.

ems first responders thank our community

EMS crews received goodie bags donated by community businesses.

community helps with vaporizer

The install was a great reminder of the support we have in our community.

don't underestimate the power of a lemonade stand

This virus affected all of us, and even some of our youngest community members pitched in to help support our community owned and operated hospital.

Teamwork helps distribute hand sanitizer throughout community

We were not expecting this gift, so you can imagine our surprise when two trucks drove up with 60 pallets of sanitizer – that’s nearly 33,000 pounds!

farmington high donates tree to caregivers

The 2021 Senior Class at Farmington High School gave us a lasting gift in honor of all those who cared for our community during the pandemic.

Honoring our caregivers - art print donation

Emergency Department physician Dr. Graham Tull and his wife Ginger wanted to honor our caregivers for all they have done over the past year and a half.