Emergency Care for Heart Attack, Stroke and Other Conditions

Emergency Services

The Emergency Department at Valley Hospital Medical Center is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide the care you need when you need it. The department features a comfortable, spacious environment to treat patients who need emergency care for minor ailments and more serious injuries and illnesses such as:

  • Stroke or heart attack
  • Chest, abdominal or back pains
  • Cuts, contusions, sprains or broken bones
  • Infections such as upper respiratory infections

Don’t wait! If you’re having a medical emergency go to the nearest emergency room or call 9-1-1.

ER Reserve

ER Reserve lets you request a time (up to 12 hours in advance) in the ER for non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses such as:

  • Flu
  • Sore throat
  • Earache
  • Cough or cold
  • Muscle strains and sprains

Request a time with er reserve >

Accredited Chest Pain Center 

The Chest Pain Center at Valley Hospital has been certified by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care as an accredited chest pain center with percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). PCI includes procedures that treat patients who have partially or completely restricted blood flow through an artery of the heart.

Chest Pain Center And PCI Accreditation

Among those procedures are balloon angioplasty and stents. The Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care's goal is to reduce mortality from heart attacks by teaching the public to recognize and react to the early symptoms of a heart attack and to reduce the time that it takes to receive treatment.

Learn more about cardiology services at Valley Hospital

Primary Stroke Center

Valley Hospital has been certified as an Advanced Primary Stroke Centers by The Joint Commission. The Joint Commission's Certificate of Distinction for Advanced Primary Stroke Centers recognizes centers that make exceptional efforts to foster better outcomes for stroke care.

To achieve certification for one year, stroke centers must demonstrate that they comply with standards, clinical practice guidelines and performance measurement activities. To maintain certification, a stroke center must attest to continued compliance with standards and evidence of performance measurement and improvement activities each year, pass an on-site review conducted every two years by The Joint Commission and complete a bi-annual submission of an acceptable assessment of compliance by the organization.

Learn more about stroke care at Valley Hospital