Visiting Washakie Medical Center

Washakie Medical Center offers excellent patient care that is conveniently located close to where you live. That care is provided by skilled and compassionate experts who are also trusted friends and neighbors. We are dedicated to supporting our patients’ physical, emotional, and mental well-being. 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.

Visiting Hours

A visit from family or a neighbor can brighten a patient’s day and play an important role in healing. Visitors are asked to use the Emergency Department entrance after hours.

Guest Wireless

We are pleased to offer guest wireless services.


Meals are available in the dining area. Vending machines are located in the hallway near the Emergency department and the dining area.

Visitor Restrictions

In response to flu and respiratory virus season activity increasing, Banner Health has implemented visitor restrictions at all of its hospitals, beginning Tuesday, Jan. 2. Learn more about our Visitor Restrictions. 

Gift Shop

Our gift shops have just what you need, learn more.

Washakie Medical Center in Worland, Wyoming, is a 18-bed critical access hospital serving the residents of the Big Horn Basin. The county-owned hospital has been operated by Banner Health and its predecessors since 1949.

Being a part of Banner Health allows Washakie Medical Center to provide the highest level of patient care with the friendliness and compassion you expect from your small-town hospital. We provide our patients with the latest innovations, evidence-based care and technology. We are proud to be named a Top 100 out of more than 1,300 critical access hospitals in the country.

For the second year in a row, the facility scored in the Top 100 of Critical Access Hospitals on the iVantage Hospital Strength INDEX™. The results recognize that the Top 100 Critical Access Hospitals provide a safety net to communities across rural America – measuring them across 66 different performance metrics, including quality, outcomes, patient perspective, affordability, population risk and efficiency.