Here for you when the unexpected happens
Our top-notch emergency team is well prepared to care for you when the unexpected happens, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our skilled team treats a variety of medical conditions, ranging from lacerations and illnesses to life threatening injuries.
Team members are specially-trained in emergency medicine and trauma care and hold many advanced certifications. Our emergency department (ED) services a 60-mile radius and treats 6,000 patients a year.
Our registered nurses hold certifications in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Basic Life Support (BLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), Trauma Nursing Core Curriculum (TNCC) and Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course (ENPC).
We value our patients’ privacy by offering a private consultation area, 7 patient beds, patient-specific bathrooms, and a secluded, private hallway for patient transport. The new facility completed in 2016 spans 9,500 square feet and offers a pleasant and efficient setting.
Closed-in ambulance bay with decontamination shower
Eye wash station
Physician work area, expansive nurses’ station
Secured, dedicated entrance for safety and privacy
Helipad for safe transport
When to visit the ED
While not a complete list, here are guidelines for when to visit the ED, and when to visit the medical clinic. Do not hesitate to come to the emergency department when the health concern is pressing.
ED – When you need care NOW
Coughing up blood or vomiting
Chest or upper abdominal pain or pressure
Emotional distress that’s severe, or suicidal thoughts
Fainting, sudden dizziness or weakness
Changes in vision
Difficulty speaking, confusion, changes in mental status
Any sudden or severe pain
Heart attack or stroke signs
Injury, head injury
Loss of consciousness
Poisoning, drug overdose
High fever in infants