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Emergency Room in Lodi

Prompt and effective emergency care

At Adventist Health Lodi Memorial, we understand you need emergency care fast. That's why our emergency room features shorter wait times, a nurse in the lobby 24/7 screening patients upon arrival, and a team of medical experts, including certified pediatric emergency nurses, ready to act fast.

When seconds matter, choose Adventist Health. The ER at Lodi Memorial is equipped to handle most urgent illnesses and injuries with state-of-the-art equipment, and highly skilled physicians.

In addition to providing care for adults we have partnered with UC Davis Health to care for your little ones. Read more about our partnership.

When to go to the emergency room

If a medical emergency arises, get to an emergency room or call 911 as soon as possible. Emergency medical personnel transport patients to the nearest ER.

A medical emergency is considered to be any sudden medical condition that causes you to believe that your life or health could be in jeopardy if immediate medical treatment is not received.

Some examples include:

  • Signs of a stroke
  • Signs of a heart attack
  • Severe shortness of breath
  • Bleeding that will not stop after 10 minutes of direct pressure
  • Poisoning
  • Fractures
  • Major injuries (like a head injury)
  • Coughing up or vomiting blood
  • High, uncontrolled fever
  • Burns
  • Physical abuse
  • Contractions/abdominal pain in pregnant women
  • Homicidal or suicidal feelings

Should I drive to the ER or call 911?

If you answer yes to any of the questions below, or if you are at all unsure, call 911.

  • Is the condition life-threatening?
  • Could the condition worsen and become life threatening on the way to the hospital?
  • Could moving require the skills or equipment of paramedics?
  • Would distance or traffic conditions cause a delay in getting to the hospital?

How to prepare for a visit to the ER:

If possible, bring a friend or family member. When you are experience a serious injury, it is helpful to have someone with you who can help describe symptoms and share family or medical history.

ER registration staff will ask you for photo identification (if possible), allergies and medications you’re currently taking, as well as family and personal medical history.

Follow up with your primary care physician after you leave the emergency room. This is important to make sure you and your doctor stay on top of your health and medical history.

Care for all

Adventist Health Lodi Memorial continues its long-standing commitment to treating all patients who need care, regardless of their ability to pay.

Location and hours

Adventist Health Lodi Memorial
975 S. Fairmont Avenue
Lodi, CA 95240
(209) 339-7575

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