Reeves County Hospital District is a small, rural community hospital providing acute care to service the needs of the residents in Reeves County and the surrounding areas. The 25-bed facility is accredited by Medicare and provides inpatient, outpatient and ICU services, and is designated as a Critical Access Hospital with a Level IV Trauma Department.
Pecos, TX is the largest city in and the county seat of Reeves County, with a population around 10,000. The city is a regional commercial center for ranching, oil and gas production and agriculture. In 2012, Pecos appeared on the Forbes 400 as the second fastest-growing small town in the United States. Pecos is located a little over an hour east of Odessa, just below the border of New Mexico.
|Facility||Reeves County Hospital Disctrict|
|Location||2323 Texas Street Pecos, TX 79772|
|About||24/7 EM Coverage|
|Candidate Type||MD, DO|
|Shift Lengths||12 or 24 Hour Shifts|
|Volume||9000 annual ED volume|