The Indiana University Health Morgan Hospital Emergency Department provides expert treatment for adults and children. Whether it's a life-threatening medical condition or a broken bone, our experienced staff is trained and ready to handle a wide range of emergency situations. We have a physician available 24 hours a day to care for you. Our experienced nurses are Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certified and here to provide the best service. We are currently updating our cardiac monitors to provide you with the most up to date technology.
Emergency Departments see patients according to the urgency of their medical problem and not necessarily in the order of arrival. Because we understand the importance of your condition or a loved one in an emergency, we're constantly working to find new and better ways to make sure that you receive the most efficient emergency care possible.
Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
The IU Health Morgan Hospital ICU includes eight private rooms for adults and children. Whether it is chest pain or surgery, our ICU nurses are Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certified and work 24 hours a day to serve you. Our nurse patient ratio averages 1 nurse to 2 patients to observe the slightest changes in your condition. We are currently updating our unit with new carpeting and cardiac monitors to provide the best of care for your hospitalization.
Days and Hours of Operation: 24 hours a day 7 days a week
Emergency Department Director:
Ruth Dwyer (ED)
765.349.6500 ext. 1114 (Emergency Room Director)
765.349.6578 (ICU Director)