Emergency medicine services

Emergency Medicine

Our state-of-the-art emergency departments are open 24/7 to treat emergency medical conditions, including stroke, head trauma, heart attack, chest pain, broken bones, wounds and more. 

Services

Community Health Network's state-of-the-art emergency departments are attached to award-winning hospitals, giving you access to a full spectrum of services and specialists. We are staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week for walk-in visits, emergencies and ambulance runs.

We strive to provide a prompt and accurate diagnosis based on qualified assessments and clinical tests, and prescribe the appropriate course of care. With the full resources of our staff and hospitals, we have a variety of advanced testing procedures and specialists available if needed.

We also offer the Center of Hope for victims of violence, abuse or neglect, especially sexual assault and interpersonal violence.

Center of Hope
Since 1998, the Center of Hope at Community Health Network has been dedicated to caring for victims of violence, abuse or neglect, especially sexual assault and interpersonal violence.
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Emergency Medicine Locations

Emergency Room vs. MedCheck

What exactly is an emergency? After all, many health situations can seem like emergencies in the heat of the moment. We've put together some examples to help distinguish between life-threatening emergencies and those best handled by contacting your doctor or visiting a MedCheck walk-in clinic.

See Examples