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Outstanding healthcare close to home.

Taking pride in making your healthcare
choices easy.

Need care?

Contact us now

Outstanding healthcare close to home.

Taking pride in making your healthcare
choices easy.

Need care?

Contact us now

Outstanding healthcare close to home.

Taking pride in making your healthcare
choices easy.

Need care?

Contact us now
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About Us


High quality healthcare, right here in the High Country.

Seeking out top-notch medical care can be stressful. Finding just the right mix of capable medical professionals, a full complement of specialties, and a convenient location isn’t an easy task. Fortunately, Middle Park Medical Center is here to make your healthcare search a lot easier. MPMC is the total package. We’ve got all your medical needs covered from preventative care all the way to our Level IV trauma centers. Even better, you can find us at four convenient locations around Grand County. Let MPMC take the stress out of finding a healthcare provider, so you can focus on what really matters: being well.

Mission:  To support and encourage the physical, emotional and spiritual health of our community

Vision:  We provide high-quality, viable health care locally, ensuring our growing mission to “keep life grand.”

Values:  PRIDE:  Passion, Respect, Integrity, Dedication, Excellence

In 1933 Dr. Archer Sudan established Kremmling Memorial Hospital, and for many years it operated under the name Middle Park Hospital. In 1944, Dr. Sudan and Dr. Ernest Ceriani joined together to establish the Middle Park Medical Association. At the beginning, you could find Dr. Ceriani’s home, clinic, and the entirety of the Kremmling Hospital inside the white clapboard building that today houses rehab services, the wellness center, and administrative offices.

In the decades following this humble beginning, Kremmling Memorial Hospital continued to expand to better serve the surrounding communities. Today, Kremmling Memorial Hospital District operates under the name Middle Park Medical Center. MPMC- Kremmling is designated a Critical Access Hospital, and boasts the first Level IV trauma center in the state. To further address continuing population growth, the medical center’s publicly-elected board of trustees finalized construction of a second facility, Middle Park Medical Center, in Granby in 2013. That same year MPMC contracted with the North Park Medical Center in Walden to offer services to this region. Middle Park Medial Center is proud to reflect a growing array of services for our multi-county communities.

We may have grown since Drs. Sudan and Ceriani first started practicing in Kremmling, but we’re proud to say we haven’t lost sight of their vision. We still provide a wide variety of high quality health care locally. We still support and encourage the physical, emotional, and spiritual health of our community; more than anything, we practice medicine with passion, respect, integrity, dedication, and excellence.

Testimonials


I like my doctor and I like this place and people very much-so much that I drive all the way up here from Aurora, Colorado.

Aurora, Colorado

Everyone was a 10! I received fabulous care and concern. You’re one of the best

Local patient

My daughter fell off a “mean” sheep and hurt her elbow. She was promptly cared for in ER. Our total time was 1.5 hours, including an x-ray. The nurses were caring and attentive and the doctor was very gentle and even managed to get her to smile

Mother of a local patient