Emergency Services

If this is an emergency, call 9-1-1

At Kadlec Emergency Departments (EDs), patients are treated by providers who are certified in emergency medicine. Hospital and stand-alone EDs are set up to focus on medical emergencies, not routine health care.

You should go to the ED if a person or unborn baby has a life-threatening emergency, or could be permanently disabled from an illness or injury.

If you go to the ED for a problem that is not an emergency, it could cost more than going to a doctor's office or a walk-in clinic and may take longer to be seen. A trip to the ED for an earache, for example, may cost three to four times as much as it would at your doctor's office.

Is it really an emergency?

Watch a video produced by the Washingtion State Hospital Association to better understand when to use virtual care, primary care or urgent care services, as the hospital emergency department should be reserved for serious or life-threatening emergencies.

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The Lantern Award winning Emergency Department is staffed around-the-clock by specially trained physicians and nurses who are dedicated to caring for people who require immediate medical assistance.

The Emergency Department includes:

  • Private rooms using a zone based acuity system to expedite care
  • Board Certified Physicians
  • Mid-Level providers including Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants
  • Certified Emergency Nurses
  • State-of-the-art equipment
  • Bedside registration
  • Bedside electronic documentation
  • Multiple team activations including code, trauma, stroke, cardiac and sepsis
  • State Designated Level I Cardiac Center
  • Accredited Chest Pain Center with emergent catheterization capabilities
  • Joint Commission Primary Stroke Center
  • State Designated Level II Stroke Center
  • Level III Trauma Center

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Emergency Room - Kennewick

Kadlec Regional Medical Center