ED and Walk-In Clinic


For all emergent needs, Sheridan Community Hospital’s Emergency Department and Walk-In Clinic are available 24 hours, 7 days a week.

Our staff are often the first line of defense for accidents, trauma, allergic reactions, or any number of urgent medical care needs. They work quickly to assess the needs of each patient, prioritize care, work to stabilize a patient, treat the problem, and plan for continued care.

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EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT AND WALK-IN CLINIC ARE AVAILABLE 24/7!

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EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT

Emergency Care

Our Emergency Department (ED) is a 6 bed unit. The department is staffed and equipped to provide emergency care 24/7 with a physician on duty at all times. All professional emergency department staff members are ACLS and PALS certified with advanced training in trauma care.

Emergency radio communications are established with Montcalm County Ambulance and EMS personnel. Emergency transport by helicopter to other medical facilities for tertiary care will be arranged as necessary.

The ED staff work as part of a team that include physicians, nurses, and healthcare professionals to provide care, monitor health conditions, plan long term care needs, administer medication, use medical equipment, and educate patients and families on illness and care after a good hospital stay.

 

WALK-IN CLINIC

Walk-In Urgent Care

Located within the hospital's Emergency Department, medical and urgent care is available for patients when their doctor's office is closed. No appointment is necessary; however, care is given based on severity of the patient’s medical condition. In other words, there may be a wait.

PLEASE NOTE: Our medical screening exam and your condition throughout your time in our hospital will determine whether you are billed as a Walk-In Clinic patient or ED patient. You condition may change or the medical provider may determine based on your symptoms to treat you as an emergency patient.


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