Open 24 hours per day, 365 days per year, Franciscan Health emergency centers treat patients experiencing trauma, illness or injury with prompt and compassionate care. Our emergency room teams treat tens of thousands of patients each year.
Prompt, Specialized Emergency Room Care 24 Hour/Day, 365 Days Per Year
No one can predict a medical emergency – they can happen anywhere and at any time. When the unthinkable happens and you are in need of an emergency room that is close by, you can count on around-the-clock emergency medicine at Franciscan Health emergency rooms.
If you are currently experiencing an emergency, dial 911.
Fully equipped with the latest ER technology and specially trained medical trauma staff
Our emergency rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and staffed by specially trained physicians and nurses to handle emergency illnesses and injuries. Our emergency room teams treat hundreds of thousands of patients each year, including trauma, stroke, cardiac, and other life-threatening conditions. Emergency medicine at Franciscan Health is qualified to handle needs for patients of all ages, regardless of their ability to pay.
Our medical staff trained to treat patients with accurate, emergency care includes:
- Board-certified physicians
- Highly specialized nursing staff, including those trained and certified in emergency medicine, ACLS (Advance Cardiac Life Support), PALS (Pediatric Advance Life Support, TNCC (Trauma Nursing Core Course), and ENPC (Emergency Nurses Pediatric Course).
- Certified technicians available to administer diagnostic tests such as X-rays and ultrasounds
- Emergency and cardiac teams working together in our accredited Chest Pain Center around-the-clock to stop heart attacks in their tracks
Not An Emergency?
If you are looking for walk-in urgent care that is not an emergency, immediate care locations, such as Franciscan ExpressCare, can be more cost-effective. If you think you may be experiencing symptoms of a heart attack, stroke or any other potentially life-threatening condition always call 911 first.