Our Emergency Department will be expanding
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HOW CARE IS PROVIDED IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT(ED)
Patients will be seen in the order from most to least serious.
CRITICAL - Life threatening emergency. Seen and treated before all others.
EMERGENT - Will get first available room or chair after critical patient.
URGENT - Will get next available room or chair after the critical and emergent patients.
NON-URGENT - Will get a room or chair after critical, emergent, and urgent patients.
When you arrive at our ED, your care starts at the
- You will be seen by a Nurse.
- You will be seen by a first Provider ( Doctor, Physician's Assistant, or Nurse Practioner). Test and treatments ordered, if needed.
- You will return to the lobby as tests and treatment are done.
MAIN EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT(ED)
- You will be taken to a bed or chair and be seen by a second Provider.
ED TREATMENT COMPLETED
- You will be sent home or admitted to the hospital.
TEST AND TREATMENTS
BLOOD TEST - Average time to complete: 60-120 minutes
URINE TEST - Average time to complete: 45-90 minutes
IMAGING - Average time to complete: X-Rays: 60-120 minutes, Ultra Sounds: 60-90 minutes, and CT Scan: 60-150 minutes.