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Emergency Medicine

The Emergency team has the experience and expertise to provide the best care for urgent and emergent care.

The 27-bed, 25 room, Level III Verified Trauma Center, is staffed by board certified physicians, mid-level practitioners and registered nurses 24 hours a day. Meeting the demand of a growing community, our Emergency department has over 20,000 visits a year.

As a Level III Trauma Center we have 24 hour availability of our trauma team, which encompasses members of the OR, ER, anesthesia, respiratory therapy, pharmacy, lab, and radiology. This team can be assembled and ready even prior to the injured patient's arrival in the hospital. Our trauma department rigorously reviews all of our trauma cases and meets monthly to discuss aspects of care and review advances in trauma education and practice.

Patients are seen in the Emergency department depending on the severity of condition first, then on a first-come, first-serve basis for non-emergent conditions. Note that ambulances have priority to patient placement in the Emergency department. Patients who need laboratory work, x-rays, ultrasounds or CT scan, can expect to wait between 30-70 minutes for results and interpretation.

Bozeman Deaconess Health Services also has a number of special services, qualified technicians and staff to support emergent efforts. These specialty areas include imaging, laboratory and respiratory services, which are available 24 hours a day.

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