Emergency & Trauma Care
Ready to help when you need us
If you or a family member is experiencing a life-threatening injury or illness, call 911.
Our emergency rooms at St. Luke’s Hospital in Duluth and Lake View Hospital in Two Harbors are designed to save lives. Staffed with skilled care professionals and equipped with life-saving technology, we are ready for your medical emergencies.
Call 911 right away if you have any of the following symptoms:
- Sudden difficulty breathing
- Pressure or pain in the chest area
- Blurry vision
- Confusion and/or unusual mood swings
- Severe bleeding
- Coughing up blood
- Difficulty speaking
- Continuous vomiting or diarrhea
- Suicidal thoughts
- Serious injuries
Keeping you safe during the COVID-19 pandemic
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, Lake View Emergency Department or call 911 immediately.
St. Luke's Regional Trauma Center in Duluth is ready day and night for a full range of medical emergencies. Our extended team includes first responders, paramedics, firefighters, law enforcement and emergency medical professionals. At the accident scene and during transport, these individuals perform life-saving interventions with courage and dedication.
In addition to emergency medical services, we also offer post-hospital support for patients and families, as well as educational opportunities for emergency medical services (EMS) personnel, health care professionals and the greater community.
To learn more about when and how to seek care during this time, visit this page.
Unsure of where to go for care? Click here: Where to Go for Care