If you have an emergency, please call 911 immediately.
Please note that we are reopening January 15, 2021.
We understand the impact of social distancing and the importance of limiting the risk of exposure to COVID-19. However, we want you to be confident in seeking the care you need, especially in the case of an emergency. Our emergency departments are here to safely provide for life threatening illness and injury. Do not ignore the signs of stroke, heart attack, issues with Diabetes, COPD and other urgent health conditions. We remain a safe place for all to receive quality care. While COVID-19 is new, our processes and procedures in place for infection prevention and preventing the spread of illness are not.
When you are faced with a medical emergency, we are here to provide experienced, specialized and effective treatment, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
It is recommended that you go to an emergency facility if you experience:
- Chest pain
- Broken bone
- High fever
- Ingestion of obstructive object
- Major head injury
- Severe abdominal pain
- Severe asthma attack
- Severe burns
- Severe headache
- Shortness of breath
- Uncontrollable bleeding