Your comfort and recovery are important to our entire staff, who is dedicated to creating a healing environment for you and your family. If there is something we can do to make your stay more pleasant, please let us know. Our team will work closely with you and with one another to ensure that your comfort, safety and medical care exceed your expectations in every possible way.
In an effort to keep you healthy and safe during the COVID-19 outbreak, our visitor restrictions have changed. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding. Learn about the restrictions currently in place.
Platte County Memorial Hospital in Wheatland, Wyoming, is a critical access facility adjacent to the Laramie Mountain Range and 70 miles north of the state capital, Cheyenne. Opened in 1955 to provide medical excellence to the residents of Platte County, the facility has undergone several remodels to remain at the forefront of technology, including enhancements to the operating rooms, medical imaging, the lab department and others.
As a 25-bed critical access facility, our hospital provides diagnostic, therapeutic, palliative and preventive care to meet patients’ physical, emotional and spiritual needs. We offer acute-care services, cardiopulmonary care, inpatient and ambulatory surgery, laboratory services, medical imaging, including CAT scan, 3D ultrasound and digital mammography as well as an Emergency department services.