The high-quality care you’ve come to expect, available 24/7.
About our Emergency Department
Health emergencies are typically unexpected, but when they happen, our expert ER staff and highly trained physicians are on site, ready to help you as quickly as possible. We’re committed to treating everyone who comes through our doors with the compassion and respect of a family member and never turn anyone away regardless of their ability to pay.
We’ve made improvements to patient flow throughout the Emergency Department, offering low wait times and access to a physician for fast, efficient care that will get you back to doing the things you love. With a laboratory, pharmacy and advanced equipment including radiology (CT scan, ultrasound) onsite, you’ll receive thorough, comprehensive treatment in one place.
When To Seek Emergency Care
Emergency care is required when a patient has a medical condition that is severe and life-threatening conditions such as:
- Chest pain or difficulty breathing
- Weakness/numbness on one side
- Slurred speech
- Fainting/change in mental state
- Serious burns
- Head or eye injury
- Broken bones and dislocated joints
- Fever with a rash
- Severe cuts that may require stitches
- Facial lacerations
- Severe cold or flu symptoms
- Vaginal bleeding with pregnancy
Please dial 911 and/or visit your nearest Emergency Room if you or a loved one is experiencing an emergency. Care Can’t Wait.
Our Emergency Room is Open During COVID-19
Allow us to help you put your care first. Patients who avoid medical care for routine or highly treatable issues could encounter complicated or even life-threatening situations. Don’t let fear of exposure to COVID-19 keep you from getting the care you need. Our emergency room remains open, and we have implemented many safety measures to keep our patients and caregivers safe.
Additional measures we are taking for COVID-19:
- Restricting visitors. Read our visitor restrictions and call our main line for the most-up-to-date visitor information.
- Requiring masks covering the nose and mouth of all patients, visitors and staff at all times.
- Implementing isolation and COVID-19 testing.
- Enhancing hospital sanitation efforts by increasing the number of thorough cleanings.
- Ensuring hand sanitizer is readily available throughout the hospital.
- Closely monitoring the advice and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO).
- Please read our COVID-19 Resources and Updates.