Health Happens Here


Welcome to The Memorial Hospital!

In November of 2007, the residents of Moffat County voted “yes” to build a new hospital to serve the community; in November of 2009 The “NEW” Memorial Hospital at Craig was complete. The new building was just the beginning. During the past 5 years we have added more services and expert staff— upholding our mission to offer the healthcare services you need most, right here at home.

You are the reason we are here, and we are always looking for ways to serve you better. We are your partners in good health.

We offer a variety of general care and specialty services. Currently, we provide care from three facilities--our hospital, medical clinic and our rehab/physical therapy center.

Our skilled medical staff looks forward to serving you and helping you reach optimum health.

news & events

Becker’s Hospital Review recognizes John Rossfeld

CRAIG, COLO. (January 29, 2015) The Memorial Hospital at Craig CEO, John Rossfeld, was recently named to the Becker’s Hospital Review 2015 list of 50 Rural Hospital CEOs to Know. According to Becker’s Hospital Review, the list recognizes “pr…

Heart Health Presentation - February 3rd

Bring your best friend, mom or sister and come learn about women’s heart health from an expert. Dr. Gerald Myers, TMH Cardiologist, will present “The Silent Stalker – Coronary Artery Disease in Women.” He’ll offer tips on preventing hear…

Orthopedic Surgeon to Join TMH in August 2015

On Thursday, October 30th, TMH announced that Dr. Kevin Borchard, a highly acclaimed orthopedic surgeon, will join the TMH team of expert surgeons.Dr. Borchard, who was raised in Meeker, Colorado, is excited to return to the area to pro…

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Registration and Pre-registration

For registration and pre-registration, visit the front desk.

6:00am-6:30pm, Monday through Friday

After hours
Guests can enter via our Emergency Department located at the north end of the hospital.

patient portal access

Get connected. The TMH Patient Portal is designed to assist you in becoming an engaged consumer by allowing you to manage your health and healthcare via secure online access to your health information.

If you have never accessed the TMH Patient Portal, call the Patient Portal support line at 970-824-9411.

Click here to access the portal.

Living Well

Living Well is our quarterly community newsletter published by The Memorial Hospital. Living Well will keep you up-to-date on what's happening at TMH.

Click here to read the Summer 2015 Living Well.

Click on the Here for Us box to meet a new patient each month. You’ll read about their healthcare challenges and their experiences at TMH.

Lane Gonzales appreciates having a certified athletic trainer on the sidelines at his high school games, the Scranton family relies on TMH when the unexpected happens, Gerry Pritchard is miraculously recovering from melanoma, Corky Coverston is beating breast cancer, Doyle O'Neil survived the threat of a heart attack, the Padon family received help with a traumatic birth, and Ashley Moon faced several surgeries with grace and aplomb.

Get to Know Us!

Arben Vuthi, PA Family Medicine is now a part of our family medicine team! Arben brings years of experience as a skilled physician assistant who is well trained in several areas. He finds it very fulfilling to take care of people and to meet the challenge of diagnosing what they are experiencing. He speaks several languages and spent time as a PA in the Army.

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Tom Doty, PA Orthopedics brings as much dedication to his orthopedic practice as he did as a Green Beret in the U.S. Army Special Forces. As a medic in the army it became clear that he wanted to expand his medical career and become a Physician Assistant. He received his Master's and advanced training in PT studies and has worked several years in orthopedics. He joined the TMH team in March 2015 and is seeing patients.

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Dr. Gerald Myers, Cardiologist, believes that he and his patients are a team dealing with a disease. He provides information and help on instituting a treatment plan, and patients play an active role in making decisions and lifestyle changes to take care of themselves. To Dr. Myers, preventing disease or further disease is critical—and he helps empower you to do that.

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