Emergency And Trauma Services

WHAT ARE EMERGENCY AND TRAUMA SERVICES?

Lake District Hospital Emergency department has 24/7 certified emergency care nurses always ready to help.  The hospital is also certified Level IV Trauma Center. Physicians and nurses with additional trauma certifications provide trauma care to the multiple-injured patient and family.

SHOULD I GO TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM OR A CLINIC?

If you are experiencing a life-threatening or life-altering illness or injury, the ER at Lake District Hospital is the right choice for treatment. If you experience a simpler illness or injury, such as a twisted ankle or a cut to the forehead, a convenient care setting is a great option.

DR’S OFFICE OR CLINIC

  • Abdominal pain
  • Asthma
  • Minor broken bones
  • Colds and coughs
  • Dehydration
  • Flu symptoms
  • Foreign object in the eye, nose or ear
  • Minor burns, bruises or scrapes
  • Rashes or insect stings
  • Tetanus shots
  • Sprains
  • Stitches
  • Urinary Symptoms

IMPORTANT LINKS

  • Amputation or deep wounds with severe bleeding
  • Chest pain
  • Head injury with loss of consciousness or onset of
    seizures
  • Multiple injuries
  • Internal injuries and internal bleeding
  • Large surface burns
  • Physical or sexual assault
  • Poisoning or overdose
  • Stroke symptoms (weakness, numbness, dizziness
    and difficulty speaking)
  • Suicidal behavior

FOR EMERGENCIES, CALL 911

QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS? CALL (541) 947-2114 x210

Housing Information

Like all smaller communities, Lakeview has a limited amount of housing. However, our HR staff works tirelessly to find great places for our travelers and employees to live that meets their needs. Please contact the HR department at 541-947-2114 if you are having a difficult time finding a place to live and we will attempt to help.

Visit Our Lakeview Location

700 South J Street, Lakeview, OR 97630

(541) 947-2114

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