Emergency Services at Flagstaff Medical Center is a 29-bed unit which offers advanced emergency services, including medical, surgical, pediatric, cardiac, trauma and interdisciplinary care to patients in Northern Arizona.
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Emergency Services includes the Emergency Department, Trauma Services, Observation Unit and the Pre-hospital Care Department.
Flagstaff Medical Center is a state-designated as a Level I Trauma Center.
FMC is one of seven Arizona hospitals that have received a Level I designation by Arizona Department of Health Services and is the only facility in Arizona designated by ADHS to offer trauma services north of Phoenix.
Expert Professional Care
- Emergency physicians provide 24/7 coverage.
- Registered nurses with specialized training in trauma, certified emergency nursing, pediatric and cardiac care.
- 24-hour physician coverage and backup call coverage for most specialties
- Trauma Services
- Level I Trauma Center
- Dedicated trauma bays
- Overhead X-ray
- Computerized documentation
- Cardiac Services
- Dedicated private cardiac rooms
- Imaging Services
- Computerized tomography (CT), MRI, Cath Lab, Laboratory and toxicology services working around the clock
- Information systems for Micromedex
- Behavioral health assessments
- Helipad on roof with dedicated elevator
- Radio communication with Medical Control for 16 outlying agencies
- Pediatric Services
- 23-hour Observation Unit
Coordination of Community Services
- Flagstaff Police Department
- Air-Flight Services
- Victim Witness
- Safe Child services
- Domestic Violence coordinators
- Northland Family Help Center (women's shelter)
- Psychiatric services
- NACASA Community Education
- You Drink You Drive You Lose
- Click It or Ticket
- Car Seat Safety Check
- Drinking and Driving Education
- Bike Safety