Emergency Medicine

We’re on site 24/7

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, Parkview emergency departments (ED) are open, safe and ready to provide emergency care. Don’t let the fear of COVID-19 stop you from seeking the care you need.

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Life-threatening or severe problems that require surgery can happen at any time. And when they do our trauma and acute care surgeons are ready. They make up the region’s only team of board-certified acute care surgeons specializing in critical care. In an emergency, isn’t this where you’d rather be?

Remember, when a life-threatening emergency occurs, always call 911 right away. If the emergency is not life-threatening, have someone take you to the nearest hospital emergency department so you can receive medical attention as soon as possible.


Emergency specialty care at Parkview Regional Medical Center (PRMC)

The emergency department at Parkview Regional Medical Center connects critically ill or injured patients with the specialized care they need – through on-site access to:

At Parkview Regional Medical Center, we designed our ER with a focus on the patient.

If you receive emergency care at Parkview Regional Medical Center, you may also see expert physicians in orthopedics, neurosurgery, cardiovascular surgery and other specialties.


Rapid care for stroke

Getting to the nearest emergency department quickly is especially important in cases of possible stroke, because each minute a stroke lasts, brain cells are dying. No matter which Parkview hospital you go to, you’ll have access to expertise in diagnosing stroke, thanks to Parkview’s use of telemedicine. 


No matter where you live across the region, you can count on Parkview hospitals for emergency care 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. At each of our hospitals, the emergency department is staffed ‘round-the-clock by expert emergency care physicians and nursing professionals who are trained and experienced in emergency care.

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