Turn To Our Experts When Seconds Count
Ogden Regional Medical Center invested more than $11 million into expanding and renovating its Emergency Department and Level II Trauma Center in 2007. Having doubled in size, the center now offers 17 fully-equipped private patient rooms.
The entire department features state-of-the-art technologies, including a command post in the center of every room that allows the medical staff to continuously monitor each patient's status. Other benefits include a voice-activated computer system, electronic patient charting program, automated electronic medication administration record (eMAR) system and advanced diagnostic equipment.
Board Certified ER Physicians
Our board certified emergency physicians are experienced in Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) training. The nurses and respiratory therapists are specially trained in the delivery of trauma services to patients of any age.
Nationally Recognized Care
Ogden Regional Medical Center is nationally recognized for services often related to Emergency Care:
24/7 Air Ambulance On Site
In addition, Ogden Regional Medical Center is a 24/7, around-the-clock home to AirMed - the University of Utah Hospital's air ambulance service.
An ACS-verified Level II Trauma Center also provides a commitment to trauma prevention, continuing education of trauma team members, and improved trauma care through a comprehensive quality assessment program.
Pre-Hospital 12-Lead EKG Technology
Even before a heart attack victim arrives via ambulance at Ogden Regional Medical Center's ED doors, our emergency physicians and cardiologists have already diagnosed the problem. A machine in ambulances, called 12-lead EKG, transmits a full view of the heart to physicians and specialists at our hospital. This allows doctors to more quickly diagnose and prepare for incoming heart attack victims. This streamlined process saves time and, therefore, reduces damaged heart muscle.