We provide 24/7 emergency services at TriPoint Medical Center in Concord, Lake West Medical Center in Willoughby, Beachwood Medical Center and the Madison Emergency Department. From chest pain to broken bones, we diagnose and treat patients of all ages. Imaging and lab are available 24/7 to help diagnose emergency conditions quickly.
Should I go to an ER, urgent care or primary care doctor?
In the first few minutes after an injury or medical crisis, seeking the right care is very important. These symptoms can indicate an Emergency Department (ED) visit is in order:
A head injury
Poisoning or overdose
Unexplained shortness of breath, or not breathing
Heart attack or stroke symptoms
Slurred speech, blurred or double vision
Severe reactions to foods, medications or insect bites
Always call 911 for an ambulance in an emergency. First responders can start treatment in your home or on the way to the Emergency Department.
Our Emergency Departments are staffed by physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants who specialize in treating medical emergencies. At our Lake County EDs, licensed social workers ensure that ED patients with mental health issues are promptly evaluated and either admitted or referred for treatment through the Lake County Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board. Additionally, Lake Health’s Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) provide compassionate care to adult and pediatric victims of sexual assault, collect and preserve evidence and testify at criminal trials.