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For your convenience, an ATM is located outside the Campbell County Memorial Hospital Cafeteria by the staff elevators. There also is a change machine located on the ground floor of the hospital.

Chaplain Services

On-call chaplains and abiders are available at Campbell County Health to provide spiritual care and emotional support whenever they are needed-providing 24/7 coverage. Learn more


Campbell County Health has partnered with CaringBridge, a charitable nonprofit organization providing free websites that connect families and friends during a serious health event, care and recovery. A CaringBridge website gives patients and caregivers a place to provide health updates, post photos and receive messages of hope and encouragement in a guestbook. Visit

Gift Shoppe

The Gift Shoppe is located in the main lobby, near the front entrance, of CCMH and offers light snacks and drinks as well as fresh flowers, personal items, jewelry, greeting cards and other gift items. The Gift Shoppe accepts credit cards, and an ATM is available on the ground floor by the staff elevators.

Monday-Thursday | 9AM-4:30PM

Friday | 9AM-1PM

Patient Internet

The patient internet is a free service that is independent from CCH’s internal network and allows any Wi-Fi-capable device to connect to the internet. Learn how to connect to the Patient's Internet here.


Campbell County Memorial Hospital offers multiple dining options for our patients and their visitors. The CCH Cafeteria is located on the ground floor and operated in partnership with Unidine. Learn more.

Tobacco Free Campus

Campbell County Health is dedicated to providing healthcare services and encouraging a healthy lifestyle. We advocate an atmosphere conducive to physical and mental well-being and affirm a commitment to our patients, visitors, and employees by having a tobacco-free environment. We ask that you help us ensure this environment is maintained by refraining from tobacco use in any Campbell County Health facility or on any Campbell County Health property. We encourage patients and visitors to work with their physician or to contact the Wyoming Quit Tobacco program at 1-800-QUIT-NOW to seek alternatives if help is needed during a hospital stay or visit.

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