Compassionate care for medical emergencies
Our new emergency room is unlike anything in the region, with every single aspect designed with you in mind. No matter what your medical emergency is, the team at St. Luke's Emergency Department is always ready to care for you.
Most notably, we’ve tripled our size. We now offer a total of 37 treatment rooms:
- 27 general treatment rooms (previously 11)
- 4 trauma rooms (previously 2)
- 4 mental health rooms (previously 1)
- 2 triage rooms
For you, this means you’ll receive exceptional care after being registered in a private exam room and ultimately spend less time in the public reception area.To learn more, take a virtual tour with emergency physician and St. Luke’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Nick Van Deelen.
Thank you to our EMS teams
At St. Luke's, we highly value the relationships we have with our local EMS teams. That's why we asked for their input when we set out to re-design our Emergency Department. Now that it’s finished, we're excited to share the new space with them.
Keeping you safe during the COVID-19 pandemic
Know that we are doing everything possible to keep you safe as we continue to care for you during this pandemic. If you are experiencing respiratory distress or any other emergency, come to St. Luke's Emergency Department or call 911 immediately.
On-Campus Directions & Parking
Follow St. Luke’s color-coded signs and maps to Building A (green). Park in St. Luke’s Emergency Ramp at 1030 E. 2nd Street.
Click here to view the St. Luke’s Campus Map.