Northern Cochise Community Hospital, Inc. is a comprehensive healthcare system that services Northern Cochise County as well as neighboring communities in Southeast Arizona.
Northern Cochise Community Hospital, Inc. is comprised of Northern Cochise Community Hospital, Sulphur Springs Medical Center, and Sunsites Medical Clinic. The facility offers a wide range of primary and preventive health care services including Endoscopy, Laboratory, Radiology, Pharmacy, Rehabilitation services, Respiratory services, and specialty clinics. In late 2008, the hospital received Level IV Trauma Center designation. As the area's hometown hospital, we exist to ensure the people in Willcox and the communities we serve have access to exceptional patient care that is close to where they live.
Helping you get well. Helping you stay well. Its what we do!”
Willcox is a small rural town located in the southeastern part of Arizona with a population of about 3,500. While the town is small the hospitality is huge. Surrounded by southwestern and Native American influence, Willcox is a unique town. Hometown of the "Arizona Cowboy," Rex Allen and host to the Willcox Cowboy Hall of Fame, Willcox offers residents a rural lifestyle with easy access to city amenities; Tucson is about 60 minutes west on I-10. Willcox has maintained its rural lifestyle through a strong agricultural and ranching economy. Close to the Chiricahua National Monument, Mount Lemmon and Kartchner Caverns State Park, plenty of mountain activities await. This location is attractive to people who like close-knit communities with active, outdoor lifestyles, but want to be close to a population center.
If you are looking for a slower pace of life and wanting to get away from the big cities, traffic and crime, then this is the place for you. A great housing market in the area in which both young and older families come to live and retire. The city of Benson is just 20 miles away with great school districts that offer both private and charter schools.