Quality Care Close to Home
Boulder City Hospital is an acute care critical access hospital and skilled nursing facility that has operated continuously since 1954. We are the only rural hospital in Nevada not supported by tax dollars, or a corporate system, and count on private donations to maintain our mission as stewards of the health and well-being of our community. Boulder City Hospital is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization committed to providing compassionate, quality care for all.
Designated a Critical Access Hospital (CAH), our 82-bed hospital provides prompt, personalized and compassionate care in the heart of historic Boulder City with easy access from I-11, I-215 and I-515, and just 15 minutes to the heart of Henderson, Hoover Dam and Lake Mead National Recreation Area.
Boulder City Hospital’s historic beginnings date back to 1931 and the building of the Hoover Dam by the U.S. government and Six Companies, a consortium of firms including Morrison-Knudsen Co., Utah Construction Co., J. F. Shea Co., Pacific Bridge Co., MacDonald & Kahn Ltd. and a joint venture of W. A. Bechtel Co., Henry J. Kaiser, and Warren Brothers.
More than 5,000 workers joined the construction of the Hoover Dam project built between 1931 and 1936 during the Great Depression. At the recommendation of the U.S. Public Health Service and Bureau of Reclamation, Six Companies was directed to build a hospital for its workers.
Today, Boulder City Hospital provides a modern and comfortable setting focused on advancing the health equity of the communities we serve. Embracing innovation and continually improving our care and service delivery through healing, acceptance and stewardship, we provide compassionate, quality care for all seeking medical services.
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Boulder City Hospital is a place of healing. Our priority is to provide a safe and equitable healthcare experience for all. As stewards of the health and wellbeing of our community, we are committed to providing compassionate, quality care for everyone. Our diverse, caring and accepting professional workforce is dedicated to delivering exceptional patient care.
Boulder City Hospital focuses on advancing the health equity of the communities we serve, embracing innovation and continually improving our care and service delivery through healing, acceptance and stewardship.
Responsible, diverse and dedicated stewards delivering equitable and sustainable healthcare for our community.
Boulder City Hospital opens. On November 15, 1931 The Six Companies, the group responsible for building Hoover Dam built the hospital for $20,000.
was finished, and the Six Companies left Boulder City. The hospital was closed.
Health Service reopened the hospital to care for war wounded.
of Reclamation took control of the hospital which continuously lost money.
forewarning, the Bureau closed the hospital.
If Boulder City
wanted a hospital, it had to raise $15,000 in two weeks. The townspeople rallied and began a door-to-door fundraising campaign called ‘Save the Hospital’ on February 25, 1954.
surpassed $15,000 and the hospital was turned over to citizen control on April 15, 1954.
City Hospital Auxiliary was formed by local women to help with hospital work and to raise money to finance operation of the hospital.
Boulder City Hospital located on Adams Boulevard opened its doors on December 8, 1973.
underwent a major remodel. Working with the USDA Boulder City Hospital modernized and expanded more than 36,000 square feet of facility.
Primary Care, a Rural Health Clinic, opens it’s doors, adjacent to the hospital.
parking project is completed.