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Emergency, Trauma & EMS Services


Parker's Average ER Wait Time



Medical Information on Emergency Room Visits in Parker, Colorado

Dr. Mitchell, Medical Director of the Emergency Department at Parker Adventist Hospital, explains when to visit the emergency room versus an urgent care center. Learn about the importance of early treatment for a heart attack and stroke.


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Learn about Parker's unique service that lets you quickly check our ER wait times from your computer or phone.


Members of our ED Team Level III Trauma Center

Parker Adventist Hospital is designated by the State of Colorado as a Level III Trauma Center. This year we will care for more than 23,000 emergency patients with a team of seasoned professionals who ensure that patients receiving emergency services receive the finest care possible.

Our Emergency Department Team...

  • All emergency physicians and trauma surgeons are certified in Advanced Trauma Life Support - a commitment required to achieve Level III certification.
  • All emergency room and intensive care unit nurses are Trauma Nurse Core Course (TNCC) certified.
  •  In addition to the TNCC certification, all of Parker Adventist Hospital's emergency room nurses have Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) certifications or Emergency Nursing Pediatric Core Curriculum (ENPC). 

Emergency care in Parker, Colorado Patient Satisfaction...

  • Our Emergency Department patient satisfaction scores rank in the 99th percentile*
  • Average wait time is less than 15 minutes *as measured by HealthStream Research

 

 

Read letters from our Emergency Department patients.

 


 

If you are having an emergency call 911 Immediately!
Emergency  Department: 303-269-4800
Children's Emergency  Department
720-777-1350 

EMS professionals see our EMS Services Site

 


 

 Life-saving Tips

Taking these two steps can help you get the best and fastest care possible in an emergency.

  1. Complete a medication record. Include every medication, over-the-counter product (such as aspirin), vitamins, herbs and natural remedies you regularly take. Keep copies in your home, car and wallet.
  2. Program your cellphone. Record two emergency contacts under the headings of "ICE 1" and "ICE 2." ICE is the universal symbol for "in case of emergency" that emergency workers look for when rescuing a person.
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