Any time, day or night, we're ready to help you in a medical emergency. Our teams of emergency medicine doctors, specialists and specialty-trained nurses, technicians, pharmacists, care managers and others work together to provide lifesaving treatments and personal care. It is our goal to calm your stress, take care of you and your loved ones and support you after you leave.
Getting to the ER
If you have a serious or life-threatening emergency, call 911 immediately. Trained professionals can then begin treatment right away, even before you reach the hospital, and prepare the ER team for your arrival.
Services for every emergency, illness and injury
Good Samaritan’s Emergency Room provides full-service and specialized care, including:
Learn when to go to the emergency room and see other care options.
Why choose Good Samaritan for emergency treatment?
Our emergency care team members work together to provide the care you need from the minute you arrive. We have the experience, training and technology to treat everything from minor injuries or illnesses to major trauma.
We’ll help make your visit as smooth as possible by evaluating your situation, getting your test results and starting treatment right away. If you need to be admitted to the hospital, we’ll make sure there is a bed waiting for you.
After you go home, we’ll continue to support you by contacting your regular doctor or helping you find one.
Learn what to bring and what to expect when you come to Good Samaritan’s Emergency Room.
Not all emergencies are the same
Because each person is unique and each emergency is different, we provide specialized care to meet your needs.
As a Level II Trauma Center, we’re equipped to treat a variety of traumatic injuries, including head injuries, broken bones and injuries caused by accidents.
Emergency care for mental and emotional health needs
If you or someone you love needs emergency care for mental health needs or addiction, we’re equipped to help you any hour of the day or night. Psychiatric evaluations take place in a specially designated area with individual rooms and a dedicated nurses’ station, allowing for a more private and secure setting. Your initial assessment will help determine the appropriate next steps, which may include admission to the hospital, referral to other programs, facilities and community partners, or other behavioral health (mental and emotional health) services.
If you or your loved one needs immediate medical care outside of the hospital, you can reach community emergency services such as the local fire department or ambulance company by calling 911. Trained professionals can then begin treatment right away, even before you reach the hospital.