Location Profile

Dimmitt, Texas

Facility Type
Facility Location
Dimmitt, Texas
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Dimmitt, Texas. Throughout the years, the facility has been a trusted provider in the area and offers a full suite of services. A dedicated care team ensures patients have their needs met in nursing, nutrition, respiratory therapy, diagnostics, and other areas.

Community Overview

Located in the Texas Plains Region, Dimmitt has a friendly vibe and plenty of Texas hospitality. Its location means it’s less than an hour away from some of the area’s best attractions and shops. Dimmitt is a small and friendly town with a population of around 4,000. It features wide-open spaces and offers quick access to a number of interesting attractions.

Learn more about the area at the official county website.

Cost of Living


Dimmitt Independent School District serves the city. The district features 1 elementary school, 1 middle school, and 1 high school. It has a low average student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1 is in the district, and students get the attention they need for academic success. Nearly 70% of the students are proficient in reading and math. Dimmitt High School has been recognized by U.S. News and World Report’s Best U.S. High Schools and has a graduation rate of nearly 100%. Dimmitt doesn’t have any private schools, however, there are 2 in the nearby city of Hereford, Texas, just 20 minutes away.

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Local and Nearby Attractions

Shopping options in the area are primarily in Hereford, Texas, less than 30 minutes away. Stores include Bealls, Walmart, Hibbett Sports, Ace, and assorted local businesses. Grocery shopping is available in Dimmitt at Lowe’s, while Hereford, Texas has Amigos and Food King.

Hereford, Texas and the surrounding area have several spots for entertainment. Hereford Premiere Moovies 6 plays the latest big-screen releases every day.  The Deaf Smith County Historical Museum includes several exhibits on the area and its early pioneers. See a recreated general store, a historic chapel, and a wide range of items from the early days of Texas living. You can see a kitchen and bedroom completely furnished as they would be back in the 1900s. Other exhibits include multiple Native American artifacts, a one-room schoolhouse, historic fashions, vintage jail cell, and even a Santa Fe Caboose.

Located less than an hour away is Canyon, Texas, home of the wondrous Palo Duro Canyon State Park. In addition to trails, picnic areas, and historic sites, it also offers the renowned Texas Outdoor Musical. This family-friendly show presents the story of Texas and its settlers in an action-packed musical. Live performers, fireworks, special effects, dancing waters, and plenty of laughs have made this a favorite for thousands. While you’re in Canyon, Texas, visit the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum to dive deep into history with informative exhibits, film screenings, and special events. The museum is one of the best in the area thanks to its varied events and diverse collections of fossils, pottery, furnishings, and other items.

Over in Amarillo, Texas, just an hour away, is a rootin' and tootin' good time at the Big Texan Opry. Inside this unique steakhouse, country-western performers take the stage every Tuesday for a lively dinner show. Also on the grounds is the Starlight Ranch which presents live events. Family fun entertainment includes the Route 66 Maze and the zip line.

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Crime Rate

Dimmitt, Texas is one of the safest cities in Texas and safer than 59% of the country. Crime in the area is 14% lower than the national average and has actually decreased by 16% in the last year.

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