Location Profile

Kermit, Texas

Facility Type
Critical Access Hospital
Facility Location
Kermit, Texas
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

A part of the community for nearly 70 years, the healthcare provider is located in Kermit, Texas. The facility features a trauma center and state-of-the-art medical technology to meet the community’s healthcare needs.

Community Overview

Named after a son of Theodore Roosevelt, Kermit is a small city that began its history as a supply town. It’s now a mid-size small town that offers scenic sand dunes and rugged Texas appeal. The city is ranked as a "B" on Niche.com and residents like that it's a small, family-friendly town. Each September, the city has its Kermit Celebration Days with live music, food, entertainment and more.

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

Cost of Living


The Kermit Independent School District runs the public schools in the area, offering 1 elementary school, 1 middle school, 1 and 1 high school. With a graduation rate of 95% and a low student-teacher of 16 to 1, the district prepares students for the rigors of academia and the workforce.

Click here to read more about public schools in Kermit.

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Local and Nearby Attractions

Kermit’s shopping options include local shops, discount stores and big box names both in the city limits and in nearby Odessa. There are a number of nice parks in the area, and one of the most popular is the 4,000-acre Monahans Sandhills State Park, located just 25 minutes outside Kermit. Here the wind sculpts the dunes into all kinds of shapes, and it’s a lovely place for a picnic, throwing a sand disc, or just relaxing. There’s even a campsite. Monahans, Texas also has the Million Barrel Museum, a museum telling the story of the 1928 oil boom. The museum has several replicas, a Rattlesnake Bomber, and other pieces collected by the owners. Less than an hour away, Odessa, Texas has a rich selection of cultural and recreational destinations. The Ellen Noel Art Museum features 4 galleries and includes works on loan from the Smithsonian Institition with photography, sculpture, fine art, and other pieces. The Park House Museum is a 1900s home that shows what ranching life was like back then with historically-furnished rooms, artifacts, and photos. Odessa, Texas’ Permian Playhouse is the perfect place for a family-friendly musical or comedy, as the theatre offers several children’s shows based on fairy tales, Disney movies, or books each season.

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Crime Rate

The city has been ranked in the top 120 safest cities in Texas by Niche.com readers. Kermit’s crime rate is 80% lower than the national average and is safer than 92% of the country.

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