Emergency Services

We are always there in your time of crisis. Our Emergency Departments (ED) are staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week with qualified physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and trained registered nurses. Our ED staff provide quick and efficient access to care for you or your family members. Our staff is trained to handle individual cases and larger groups of patients requiring attention following accidents or natural disasters.
When to get Emergency Care

You should call 9-1-1 and seek emergency care for conditions such as:
• Chest pain
• Upper abdominal pain or pressure
• Head or spine injury
• Fainting or unconsciousness
• Breathing difficulty, shortness of breath or choking
• Continuous bleeding
• Coughing up or vomiting blood
• Suicidal or homicidal feelings
• Severe or persistent vomiting
• Change in mental status (such as unusual behavior or confusion)
• Sudden, severe pain anywhere in the body
• Sudden dizziness, weakness or change in vision
• Ingestion of a poisonous substance
• Sudden injury, like a motor vehicle accident, burns or smoke inhalation, nearly drowning, or a deep or large wound.