Our Emergency Services Departments are located at Poudre Valley Hospital, Medical Center of the Rockies and Greeley Emergency and Surgery Center. All three emergency rooms provide medical care for people with serious and minor illnesses and injuries.
In the emergency room, specially trained emergency medicine physicians and nurses provide care for patients 24 hours a day. Physicians in other specialties are on-call.
In the event of an emergency, call 911. If you have a non-life threatening condition and are not sure if you should go to the emergency room, please read our guide, "When should I go to the emergency room?"
When in doubt, call 911.
MCR and PVH both offer trauma care. Trauma Center of the Rockies at MCR is a Level II trauma center, which means it can care for some the most-severely injured patients. PVH is a Level III center. Both units are fully equipped to handle both severe and minor injuries and illnesses.
PVH's paramedics and emergency medical technicians operate our ambulance services and provide on-the-scene medical care. For more information on our reserve EMTs, you can visit the EMT Reserves site.
For information about emergency services at MCR, PVH and GESC, call 970.495.7000. If you have an emergency, call 911.