What to Expect
A physician serves as medical director to oversee the department and supervise the emergency room physicians. A registered nurse serves as the Critical Care Manager supervising the ER nurses and technicians. A registered nurse serves as Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Coordinator, who serves as a liaison between the hospital and our local ambulance service.
What Our Patients Are Saying
"I told them when I left that was the best care I've ever received & I've been to a lot of hospitals! I was very sick & just visiting the area"
"I didn't have to wait very long before he saw me. I was kept informed about tests, etc. he ordered & the results. Very good ER doctor."
"My nurse Valerie was very attentive to me. I went straight to ER room. My husband then went & registered me. The dr. saw me right away."
"They were very attentive to my needs - I was light headed & vomiting."
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*Comments received from Patient Satisfaction Surveys
Emergency Room Frequently Asked Questions
When is the PCH Emergency Room open?
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Where is the PCH Emergency Room located?
On the east side of the main hospital
How do I know if I need to visit the emergency room?
If you are experiencing symptoms that are life-threatening or could have dangerous repercussions. If treatment for your condition can wait then the urgent care clinic is a better option.
How long will I wait during an ER visit?
The PCH Emergency Room wait time is better than the national standard of 30 minutes or less.
Is there always a doctor present in the ER?
Yes, there is at least one physician in the ER 24 hours per day.
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