1313 E 32nd StreetSilver City, New Mexico 88061
Phone: (575) 538-4000Fax (575) 538-9714
FREE Community Health & Cancer Resource Library
Our patient and family health resource library is open to the community. It offers health and medical information on a wide range of topics. You'll find books, pamphlets, brochures, and computers for searching online. It's FREE to the public. The library is located in the Grant County Community Health Council, 214 N. Black Street, Silver City, NM 88061 (next to the courthouse).
Read more about our Health Council.
Gila Regional strongly encourages patient involvement in health care decisions.
Illness is seen as an educational and potentially transformational opportunity.
At GRMC, patients are encouraged to read their medical records and ask their nurses and physicians questions. We want to provide patients with information and skills to actively participate in their care.
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Gila Regional is working to be part of a program happening all over the world called the
A Baby-Friendly(TM) Hospital does all it can to help you:
-- to start and keep on breastfeeding your baby
-- to safely make and feed your baby formula, if you cannot breastfeed
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