We’re Proud to be Your Community Hospital
Presbyterian Española Hospital is an acute care hospital located in Española, New Mexico. As a not-for-profit hospital with 80 licensed beds, Presbyterian Española Hospital exists to improve the health of the patients, members, and communities we serve in northern New Mexico.
At Presbyterian Española Hospital, our highly-skilled doctors, nurses, and healthcare providers provide a wide range of services for our patient’s healthcare needs, including emergency medicine and sleep disorders, as well as primary care and specialty services.
Small Town Hospital. Big City Services.
The people of Presbyterian Española Hospital -- physicians, nurses, volunteers and support staff -- take great pride in a long tradition of delivering compassionate patient care, a wide range of general acute care and specialty services to residents and visitors of northern New Mexico.
Presbyterian Española Hospital's high quality and values are made possible through a unique partnership between the County of Rio Arriba, a local Board of Trustees, and Presbyterian Healthcare Services, which has owned and managed hospital operations since 1977.
Our goal has been to provide the finest care and service possible since we first opened in 1948. Over the years, we have expanded to meet the growing needs of the Española Valley, Rio Arriba County, and northern New Mexico. We continue to add new services to provide state-of-the art treatment and technology for our patients.
We are located in a beautiful community. Learn more about the communities we serve and how you can help.
From our latest news to our newest providers and hospital outreach initiatives, you’ll find all the details here.
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Presbyterian Española Hospital is pleased to be recognized for its contributions to the health of our patients and community.
Meet the dedicated community leaders who volunteer their time to improve the health of our patients and the communities we serve.
Contact information for Presbyterian Española Hospital.