The Emergency Department provides continuous care with emergency medicine physicians and nurses who provide the “high-tech, high-touch” emergency care. Advanced technology, coupled with personal care and compassion, provide patients with high quality ER care in the community. Quality and specialized services provided in the Emergency Room include:
- Eye room
At the National Park Medical Center ER, we are proud to provide quality healthcare quickly. In order for our medical staff to serve emergent patients as quickly as possible it is crucial for all patients to know when to use the ER.
When to Use the ER
- Chest pain lasting two or more minutes
- Sudden/Severe pain
- Uncontrollable bleeding
- Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
- Sudden change in vision, dizziness or weakness
- Change in mental status
- Coughing or vomiting of blood
- Constant or severe vomiting or diarrhea
- Severe Burns
- Broken bones that have broken through the skin
If you experience any of the preceding, please dial 911 or visit our ER as soon as possible.
Minor Illness or Injury
- Cough, cold, earache or sore throat
- Fever responding to fever reducing medication
- Ankle sprains or muscle strains
- Symptoms resembling an illness that is “going around”
- Minor burns, cuts or bruises
- Eye Infection
- Bladder Infection
If you experience these minor illnesses or injuries, please consult your family doctor at your convenience.