Union County General Hospital (UCGH) provides numerous services for patients. These services includes those deemed necessary to the community as listed in the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) and more.
Union County Health Center is the UCGH hospital-based rural health clinic for Clayton, New Mexico. Contracted with most insurance companies, the clinic provides general care to patients from Union County and surrounding communities. Appointments are encouraged, but walk-ins will be seen if possible.
From sports injuries, low back and neck pain, and joint replacements to Kinesio taping and wound care, our therapists help patients build strength and increase function for a greater quality of life. Therapy services are offered in our facility and, in some cases, the comfort of a patient’s own home.
Recovering from a surgery can be difficult. The UCGH staff assists and monitors patients returning from surgery.
Our staff educates and prepares patients for their recovery upon leaving UCGH so that patients know what to expect when recovering and what to do should complications arise.
The Union County General Hospital Respiratory Care Department assists with smoking cessation, asthma education, COPD monitoring, and the management of both acute and chronic pulmonary disease. When breathing becomes important to you, turn to the Respiratory Care team at UCGH.
Laboratory testing is a common tool for detecting and confirming medical conditions and determining the best course of treatment. Under the clinical supervision of a pathologist, the Union County General Hospital lab serves our patients with state-of-the-art test equipment, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The nursing staff at UCGH is committed to the best patient care. Whether acute or intensive care is required, our skilled registered nurses, aides, and providers provide the highest level. Our hospital is home to inpatient care programs which include IV Therapy, Acute Care, Intensive Care, and Telemetry.
If you snore, experience pauses in your breathing during sleep, cannot stay asleep, or are tired all day, you may have a treatable medical condition. The UCGH Sleep Study Lab can help. With the sleep study, our providers can determine how to help you get a better night’s sleep.
300 Wilson Street
Clayton, New Mexico 88415
Diagnosing and treating diseases and injuries require medical imaging techniques. These techniques play an important role in monitoring a patient’s treatment and predicting the outcome. The radiology department of UCGH is equipped with some of the most up-to-date and state-of-the-art technology available in the industry.
Swing Bed Care ensures 24-hour nursing for patients who discharged from inpatient care but require therapy before returning home. It is a treatment option provided through Medicare for qualified patients which helps critical care hospitals such as UCGH to provide better care for the elderly.
Medications are an important component for the care and treatment of patients at UCGH. While not all patients will need medications, we have an extensive pharmacy to provide the prescriptions necessary to your recovery.
If you are taking medications prior to admission, we can also provide these.
To help patients return to an optimal level of function, UCGH has a staff of skilled health care professionals trained to assist you in your home. Our caregivers are available to provide safe, reliable, compassionate care to all patients in a respectful manner and with dignity.
Union County General Hospital strives to provide the finest patient experience possible. We appreciate any feedback you may have, positive or otherwise.
Address: 300 Wilson Street, Clayton, New Mexico 88415
As a Critical Care Rural Hospital, UCGH provides a wide range of services as determined by the needs of Clayton, New Mexico and other communities surrounding Union County.
It is our goal to continue expanding services as desired by the people of Union County and as needed to provide outstanding health care for all.
Located in Clayton, New Mexico, Union County General Hospital (UCGH) also proudly serves the communities of Texline and Dalhart, Texas, Boise City, Oklahoma, Des Moines, Raton, and Amistad, NM, and many smaller communities in the region.