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Emergency Care

Our emergency room is here for you

We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Our hospital offers medical care for many different issues. From emergency room care to having a baby to needing general surgery—we’re here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our highly skilled and experienced doctors and nurses are proud to provide you with excellent medical care.

We are also trained to treat children of all ages. In fact, our staff conducts regular trainings to ensure that we are prepared for pediatric emergencies including traumas. In 2021, our team scored 97% on the annual Pediatric Readiness Project. Nurses in particular are skilled in everything from general pediatric care to resuscitation.

If it’s an emergency

Emergencies are not always obvious. If you or someone in your family breaks a bone or suffers a deep cut, you probably need to come see us.

Some other reasons you might need to come to the emergency room include:

  • A head injury
  • Chest pains
  • Heart attack
  • Repeated vomiting
  • Serious burns
  • Severe pain

The moment you arrive,
we begin your care

From the first second you arrive to our emergency room, you're under our care. We begin to create your personal treatment plan as soon as we see you. 

We provide emergency care differently. For one thing, our doctors actually come into the waiting room to talk with patients! Also, even while you're waiting, our nurses are watching you, making sure you are okay, and updating your record.

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We have top-notch, highly trained emergency medicine doctors here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year

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We have a reputation for caring for our patients quickly

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Every patient's needs are different. Treatment is based on need. If you have to wait, please be understanding that our doctors and nurses must prioritize the most serious cases first

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There are different ways to be seen. Sometimes, the fastest way for you to get treatment may be in a chair. For other cases, we may see you in a private examination area. Our staff will decide where we can treat you most effectively