Amarillo has some of the nation’s finest health care facilities. From the Don and Sybil Harrington Cancer Center to a regional Veterans Administration Hospital, these facilities serve Amarillo, the Panhandle and residents of four bordering states.
Northwest Texas Healthcare System, Baptist St. Anthony’s Health Care System, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and the Pavilion Hospital are among facilities served by physicians, dentists and many others in specialty fields. Some 80 medical specialties and 100 surgical specialties are practiced in the health care community. Many facilities are based at the Harrington Regional Medical Campus, located in the northwest corner of Amarillo. The Medical Campus is an alliance that includes more than 30 facilities and agencies which are individually motivated, yet jointly committed, to providing high-quality, accessible health care for a region that includes the Texas Panhandle and four neighboring states, an area larger than 25,500 square miles.
Harrington Regional Medical Campus
Making high-quality health care accessible. Along with providing primary and acute care services, the Medical Campus has residents/members that offer high-level tertiary care, accommodations for patients and their families, and ancillary services that result in improved quality of life for Medical
Harrington Regional Medical Campus is a 410-acre campus located in the northwest corner of Amarillo. Harrington Regional Medical Campus, Incorporated (HRMC) was created to ensure the continued orderly development of the Medical Center for the physical and economic well-being of the more than one million residents of the region who annually require health care, training or employment. HRMC’s activities take many forms, from helping resident scientists obtain grants for breakthrough medical research, to coordinating economic development programs aimed at attracting health-related industries to the Medical Center. HRMC’s mission is to promote, and foster the development of the Medical Campus as THE destination for high-quality, accessible healthcare.
Click here to download a PDF of the publication "Health of the High Plains" that was published in December 2019 by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and Texas A&M AgriLife Research offices with assistance from the Amarillo Chamber, Amarillo Economic Development Corporation, BSA Health System, and Upshaw Insurance.