We are dedicated to keeping our communities informed regarding emergent situations that may impact patient care.
See below for specific information regarding a Garden Park Medical Center location in your area.
What can I expect if I have to go to the emergency department at Garden Park
You may have concerns about visiting the emergency room during the current
health crisis in our community. At Garden Park Medical Center, we are taking
many steps to keep both you and our colleagues safe in the event you or a
loved one have a health emergency.
If you are experiencing a life-threatening health emergency, call 911
We’re taking every precaution to keep you safe. These precautions begin before
you even step into the emergency department. If you come to Garden Park’s
emergency room, an experienced ER staff member will greet you. He or she will
ask if you are having any respiratory problems or a fever.
You will see that all patients and ER staff wear masks. We are also utilizing
technology such as telemedicine to allow you to speak to the ER physician
while maintaining social distancing.
We also are keeping you separated from other patients. The symptoms you report
when you first get here determine the area in which you will be treated. We
have an area of the ER that is reserved for everyday patients that come in
with broken bones, chest pains or other non-respiratory symptoms and
conditions. We are keeping these patients separated from anyone with
Not sure if you need to visit the ER? Try our Garden Park Care Navigator
tool to help you decide if your condition requires an emergency room visit or
if a virtual visit with a healthcare professional is a better option.
The emergency department is currently allowing only one family member
to accompany the patient. We will provide updates to anyone waiting
outside by phone at the patient`s request. Any visitors must screen
negative for COVID-19.
Read more about our new visitor policy here.