Location Profile

Hawthorne, Nevada

Facility Type
Critical Access Hospital
Facility Location
Hawthorne, Nevada
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Hawthorne, Nevada. One of the most trusted care providers in the area, they feature inpatient care, emergency care, physical therapy, and much more. State-of-the-art technology, telemedicine, and a dedicated staff are why the facility remains a trusted provider for Hawthorne residents and visitors.

Community Overview

Hawthorne is located in Mineral County. The city has a landscape marked by mountains and deserts. Amenities for families and residents include 2 museums, trails for off-roading, ghost towns, and more. Hawthorne is an army town with its military history and is diverse. It has some good amenities for its residents and is a good spot for those who like the outdoors.

Learn more about Hawthorne at the official website and explore the area at the county website.

Cost of Living


Hawthorne is served by the Mineral County School District which includes 2 elementary schools, 1 middle school, and 1 high school. The high school is ranked among the top 110 schools in the state by U.S News and World Report's Best U.S. High Schools plus has a graduation rate of nearly 90%. The district features a law student-teacher ratio of 15 to 1. There are no private schools in Hawthorne, however, they may be in the surrounding area.

Click here to read more about public schools in Hawthorne.

Once you find the schools you are interested in, you will need to contact them directly with any questions you might have.


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Local and Nearby Attractions

Shopping in Hawthorne and Mineral County gives you a range from locally-owned shops and familiar names like Family Dollar. There’s a bookstore, thrift shops, gift shops, and more to explore.

Hawthorne has several destinations for culture. Hawthorne ordnance Museum is a large collection of interesting military memorabilia and explosives. There’s also the Mineral County Museum and it offers plenty to see with local artifacts, displays, and photographs. Items in their collection include Victorian furniture, a turn-of-the-century pharmacy, mining equipment, and hundreds of other pieces connected to the county history. Another must-do in the area is the ghost towns. As Mineral County was a big mining area, several towns were established as miners came and had families. Candelaria, Bodie, and other cities are like walking back in time.

For some pulse-pounding thrills venture to the Hawthorne Speedway. The Speedway features a quarter-mile oval dirt track and a one-mile motocross track. You might also want to go off-roading in the desert or just relax by Walker Lake. The lake features several miles of beaches and is good for camping, picnicking, boating, and wind sailing. Not far is the Walker Lake Golf Course, a 9-hole course with club shop, driving range, and practice area. If you want to spend the day in a park, visit one of Hawthorne’s local parks such as Holly Glen Park or the Eucalyptus Park to use playground facilities and sports courts. There’s also the Mineral County Pool for a bit of water fun.

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Crime Rate

With a crime rate 42% lower than the national average, Hawthorne is safe for families. Crime has actually decreased by 22% over the last year and the city is safer than 49% of the country.

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