Cheyenne Regional Medical Center
If you look back on Cheyenne Regional Medical Center’s history, you can easily see why they are so passionate about what they do. Sewn into the very fabric of Cheyenne Regional is a pioneering and steadfast determination to serve others – a quality that dates way back to 1867. That’s the year that they were founded as a frontier “tent” hospital, constructed by the Union Pacific Railroad to treat workers who were injured building the transcontinental railroad. As time passed, their buildings grew, their name changed, and generations have come and gone. Through it all, their pioneering spirit and determination to provide the highest quality of care has continued to lead and inspire healthcare excellence in the region.