Pikes Peak Regional Medical Center Association
The Association Mission
About the PPRMCA
In 1998, our community was seriously underserved by medical care resources. That problem adversely affected our economy, our safety and security, and even the personal health of many citizens.
Several citizen leaders formed an organization to transform a weakness into a strength in the form of a quality medical care community comprised of a spectrum of providers anchored by a full service hospital and surgery center with a 24x7x365 Emergency/trauma center.
Those founding leaders set ground rules for the new Pikes Peak Regional Medical Center Association that would help ensure that we build a high quality infrastructure that would be sustainable for the very long term.
Pikes Peak Regional Hospital
Today, the Medical Campus is home to the Pikes Peak Regional Hospital, Forest Ridge Senior Living, and the Woodland Medical Center building, which is home to over a dozen provider businesses. Other facilities will be developed on the Medical Campus as the plan unfolds.
That weakness of 1998 has indeed been dramatically transformed into a major strength for our community as a home for citizens and businesses. The work continues to guard what has been accomplished and further nurture our community’s healthcare infrastructure.
PPRMCA completed development of Pikes Peak Regional Hospital in October 2007.
PPRMCA built and owns the 20-acre campus and hospital facility, and has an operating partnership with Pike Peak Regional Hospital, which owns and runs the hospital business.
PPR Hospital is a grassroots development with no tax revenue dependence and no government ownership.
The PPR Medical Campus includes a Medical Office Building, Forest Ridge Senior Living, and expansion sites for additional facilities.
PPRMCA is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of local citizens.