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Emergency Care

IU Health Jay Hospital Emergency Medicine

4 out of 5 stars (1,079 ratings)

When you are faced with a medical emergency, IU Health Jay Emergency Department is here to provide experienced and effective treatment, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

IU Health Jay Emergency Department offers the experience and skill to provide you with the best care when you need it—so you have one less thing to worry about when you have a severe illness or injury.

Our team of emergency medicine physicians and highly skilled nursing staff are on hand to treat your injuries efficiently and effectively any time, night or day.

The IU Health Jay Emergency Medicine staff, comprised of highly trained professionals with Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Trauma training, evaluates all patients immediately upon arrival.

Our highly skilled nursing staff are Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, and Trauma Nursing Core Course certified and provide individualized nursing care to meet the age specific and cultural needs of all patients.

After evaluation, a skilled emergency medicine physician who has access to specialty consultation from a wide variety of local and regional healthcare professionals examines each patient.

We provide advanced diagnostic and therapeutic services, along with all necessary equipment and supplies for examination and treatment—particularly for the management of life-threatening conditions.

A bank of resources to better serve you

Supporting our emergency teams are lab and imaging services, which operate 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

Our emergency teams also have access to specialists, including orthopedic, cardiac, neurosurgery, cancer, pulmonary, transplant and more who can help with quick diagnosis and development of treatment plans.

Why IU Health for Emergency Medicine Care

The IU Health Jay Emergency Department 9-bed unit consists of 3 trauma/cardiac beds and 6 minor treatment rooms, including a negative pressure isolation room for patients with potentially infectious/airborne diseases.

The ED staff is deeply committed to providing each patient with quick, capable, compassionate care. If it is determined a patient requires more specialized treatment available in a larger trauma facility, IU Health Jay is supported by Samaritan, Lutheran Air Transport Service, Lifeline Helicopter and paramedic ground transportation.

If necessary, patients can be transferred to one of our two Level I Trauma Centers equipped to treat the most severe and life-threatening conditions—located at IU Health Methodist Hospital and Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health.

Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health is the only pediatric Level I Trauma Center in Indiana and features highly trained teams that specialize in the emergency medical care of infants, children and adolescents.

Our Approach

Our team of emergency medicine physicians and highly skilled nursing staff are on hand to treat your injuries efficiently and effectively any time, night or day.

The IU Health Jay Emergency Medicine staff, comprised of highly trained professionals with Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Trauma training, evaluates all patients immediately upon arrival.

Our highly skilled nursing staff are Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, and Trauma Nursing Core Course certified and provide individualized nursing care to meet the age specific and cultural needs of all patients.

After evaluation, a skilled emergency medicine physician who has access to specialty consultation from a wide variety of local and regional healthcare professionals examines each patient.

We provide advanced diagnostic and therapeutic services, along with all necessary equipment and supplies for examination and treatment—particularly for the management of life-threatening conditions.

A bank of resources to better serve you

Supporting our emergency teams are lab and imaging services, which operate 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

Our emergency teams also have access to specialists, including orthopedic, cardiac, neurosurgery, cancer, pulmonary, transplant and more who can help with quick diagnosis and development of treatment plans.

Why IU Health for Emergency Medicine Care

The IU Health Jay Emergency Department 9-bed unit consists of 3 trauma/cardiac beds and 6 minor treatment rooms, including a negative pressure isolation room for patients with potentially infectious/airborne diseases.

The ED staff is deeply committed to providing each patient with quick, capable, compassionate care. If it is determined a patient requires more specialized treatment available in a larger trauma facility, IU Health Jay is supported by Samaritan, Lutheran Air Transport Service, Lifeline Helicopter and paramedic ground transportation.

If necessary, patients can be transferred to one of our two Level I Trauma Centers equipped to treat the most severe and life-threatening conditions—located at IU Health Methodist Hospital and Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health.

Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health is the only pediatric Level I Trauma Center in Indiana and features highly trained teams that specialize in the emergency medical care of infants, children and adolescents.