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Emergency Services

Nobody knows when an emergency will arise—so it is important to know where to go for the right care. Chandler Regional’s Emergency Department has been addressing the emergent needs of our community for more than 50 years. Our nationally recognized emergency services are available 24/7, and we know how to quickly get you the care you need.

Comprehensive Emergency Services

Chandler Regional’s Emergency Department offers a complete range of care backed by the depth of expertise at our award-winning hospital. We have access to additional specialists, subspecialists, and equipment reducing the need to be transferred to another hospital.

Emergency services include:

Fast and Efficient Emergency Care

Take advantage of our InQuicker online tool by selecting your projected treatment time and wait at home until your time to be seen. Upon arrival and check-in, you will see a doctor who will assess your situation and determine the next appropriate level of care. Our levels of care are broken into three parts:

  • Fast Track is for patients with minor emergencies, such as broken bones or cuts, who will be treated and sent home to recover.
  • Treat and anticipate disposition is for stable patients who need medication or intravenous treatment for illnesses such as the flu or food poisoning.
  • Acute Care is for patients requiring immediate interventions or those in need of intensive monitoring for events such as a heart attack or stroke.

Choosing the Right Emergency Services for Your Family

With so many hospitals close by, you are in the unique position of having a real choice in an emergency. Chandler Regional is conveniently located off the Dobson Exit of the SanTan Loop 202 Freeway. The hospital supports the Emergency Department with comprehensive care in heart, neurology, orthopedics and surgical services.

Learn More About Chandler Regional’s Emergency Department

Remember if you are experiencing a life threatening symptom or injury, signs of stroke or heart attack immediately call 9-1-1. For more information about our emergency services, please call (480) 728-3211.