Emergency Room and Trauma Care
Emergencies happen. They can happen at work, at home, in your car, on the slopes or on the trail. And when they happen, having board-certified, specialty trained emergency physicians close by can reduce the time it takes to actually be treated.
You don’t need to leave Snoqualmie Valley to get the best treatment by specialty trained emergency physicians. Through a partnership with Puget Sound Physicians, our emergency room is staffed around the clock with the same physicians who staff their hospital emergency room. And the best part is you won’t waste time waiting to be seen.
Patients receive expert, advanced care from the team of board-certified and specialty trained emergency physicians and nurses with Emergency and Trauma certifications (TNCC, ACLS, and PALS). Whether it means a bandage, splint, hospital admission, transport to another trauma center through our coordination of care, the best path to healing starts here.
Snoqualmie Valley Hospital’s Emergency and Trauma team treats and stabilize patients with life-threatening conditions, such as:
- Allergic reactions
- Asthma attacks
- Deep cuts
- Head Injuries
- Pediatric injuries and illness
- Respiratory conditions
- Severe abdominal pain
- Severe pain
- Stroke symptoms
- Suspected heart attack
- Uncontrolled bleeding
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Snoqualmie Valley Hospital
9801 Frontier Avenue SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065
t (425) 831-2300
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