Emergency Services

When a health crisis happens, you need an emergency team you can trust.

Emergency Services

Expert Care

We know when you have an emergency, getting help right away is the priority. It is our mission to provide the very best emergency care by utilizing today’s advanced medical technologies and diagnostic tools. This helps us find prompt solutions to health issues so that treatment and healing can begin as soon as possible.

Our staff, nurses, and doctors have the collective goal of providing world-class patient care to every person who walks through our doors. We treat each person with compassion, dignity, and respect as if they were our own family.

Accredited Geriatric Emergency Department

White Rock Medical Center is proud to be accredited as a Geriatric Emergency Department by the American College of Emergency Physicians. This accreditation means we follow best practices for seniors so they and their families can feel confident their unique care needs are met. Learn more about this accreditation at acep.org/geda.

Comprehensive Emergency Services

Our advanced medical and diagnostic services, as well as a full panel of physician specialists, help patients get the precise diagnosis and effective treatments they need, such as:

  • General surgical services (including robotic surgery)
  • Orthopedic surgical services
  • Critical and Intensive Care Units
  • Diagnostic imaging
  • Stroke care
  • Cardiovascular services
  • Endoscopy lab

Language services
Translation services are provided for 250 different languages via our video translation partner.

ER Wait Time at White Rock Medical Center

Emergency rooms are designed to care for critically ill and injured. At White Rock Medical Center, you will get the expert care you need.

How long you wait can depend on different factors, such as the severity of illness or injury, the time needed for thorough testing and results, and other elements of care.

What to Expect When You Visit the ER

Although an emergency room visit is usually unplanned, knowing what to expect can help alleviate stress you may be feeling. Here are some common questions and answers to help you prepare for your visit to the ER.

Nurses and Providers Discussion

If you or someone nearby is experiencing an emergency, call 911.