Emergency care and medical services

When you or your loved ones need emergency medical services and care, trust the UCHealth system to provide you with the fastest and most effective care close to home.

In the event of an emergency, call 911 immediately!

Emergency care you can count on

UCHealth emergency departments and trauma centers, conveniently located throughout the Rocky Mountain region, are equipped to serve you 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Our emergency rooms are staffed by doctors and nurses who are highly trained to treat the most serious illnesses and conditions using evidence-based treatment protocols.

With life-support air and ambulance transport services, we’re poised to provide you with the life-saving care you need at a moment’s notice.

Levels I, II, and III trauma care

Our Level I, Level II and Level III trauma centers provide 24/7 access to the most advanced, readily available trauma resources to treat life-threatening injuries. Expert trauma surgeons and other physicians, nurses, case managers and technologists at UCHealth provide the Rocky Mountain region’s best, around-the-clock care for critically injured patients.

When the unexpected happens, know if it’s urgent or an emergency.

Emergency Care: Meant for severe injuries and illnesses.

  • Head injuries or a sudden, non-typical headache or loss of vision(could be the sign of a stroke)
  • Chest pain or other heart attack symptoms
  • Serious lacerations, severe bleeding, poisoning
  • Overdose or attempted suicide
  • Severe abdominal pain
Urgent Care: Meant for minor injuries and illnesses that can’t wait for a doctor’s appointment.
  • Sprains, strains or possible broken bones
  • Classic migraines or a mild headache
  • Sore throats and coughs
  • Ear infections
  • Fever or flu symptoms
  • Minor burns
  • Lacerations
  • Rash
This is a guide and is not intended as a tool to diagnose injuries or illnesses. Call 911 immediately if someone is unconscious, having trouble breathing, has suffered a serious injury or may be having a heart attack.

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