Health issues don't take nights and weekends off. Our quality care and treatment don't either.
At Sovah Health, our Emergency Room (ER)s are staffed 24/7 with emergency physicians, nurses and staff who are trained in providing emergency care. Our team combines advanced training with compassionate service to be ready for you or your family when you need it the most.
As a patient, you will be cared for by staff trained to respond to any type of medical emergency. Depending on the severity of your condition, our ER team will triage you to the next steps in your care. We understand this can be a very stressful time; therefore, we want to make it as easy as possible to communicate and guide you through your situation. You should always ask questions if you do not understand.
The national recognition we've earned demonstrates our staff's commitment to providing the highest quality of care including:
Sovah Health's two campuses - Danville and Martinsville - have received Chest Pain Center accreditation from the American College of Cardiology. We are dedicated to providing our patients with the best heart care treatment available. As an accredited facility, we use the newest methods and best practices in heart care to ensure that our patients receive:
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If you or someone you care for has been diagnosed with heart failure, we can provide the tools to improve quality of life. Sovah Health has earned Advanced Heart Failure Accreditation from the American College of Cardiology. We were awarded the accreditation based on rigorous onsite review of the staff's ability to evaluate, diagnose and treat patients with heart failure through pre-hospital care, early stabilization, acute care, transitional care, clinical quality measures and more.
Every second counts – especially when it comes to stroke care. our emergency department has partnered with the Duke TeleStroke Network to provide fast, real time access to Duke Medicine’s nationally recognized team of neurologists and stroke care specialists via real-time, telemedicine based technology.
When a patient showing signs and symptoms of a stroke enters the emergency room, neurology specialists at Duke can communicate with Sovah Health's emergency room teams, examine the patient, review imaging reports, confirm a diagnosis and provided recommendations for treatment, just as if they were at the bedside. The technology uses a five-foot life sized robot, which assists in providing a thorough examination with the most immediate and best treatment plan for the patient.
Two of the most common life-threatening emergencies are heart attacks and strokes. Timely treatment is crucial!