We provide comprehensive care every hour of every day - our first concern is your health.
The Emergency Department at San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital is located on the western end of the hospital, with its entrance off N. Highland Springs Ave., in Banning, CA.
The department is a 10-bed emergency treatment facility. It is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year. In addition, there is a two-room Rapid Care area open from 10 AM to 10 PM, every day. The Emergency Department provides medical evaluation and treatment to patients with varying illness and injury. The SGMH Emergency Department continues to provide the best care around. Physicians and highly trained nursing personnel work as a team to provide comprehensive emergency care for adults and children. Patients are cared for as expeditiously as possible, with life-threatening conditions receiving first priority.
The members of the SGMH Emergency Team are dedicated to always working together to create clinical excellence and exceptional patient service. This caring and compassionate clinical team is here to serve you.
The SGMH Emergency Department provides:
Rapid assessments of patients with stroke symptoms as well as the latest in clot-busting agents
Rapid assessments of cardiac disease and trauma
Expert treatment for patients of all ages - from children to older adults
A Rapid Care program, to treat less-severe emergencies
An expertly trained nursing staff, all certified in advanced cardiac life support and pediatric advanced life support.
Advance technologies, including bedside ultrasound, a 64-slice Cat (CT) Scan for detailed studies, and state of the art laboratory equipment.
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The Emergency Department Team
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