Some of the area's most experienced physicians and nurses provide emergency care to our community 24 hours a day, seven days a week at Clearview Regional's emergency department through our exclusive ER Extra initiative. All of our physicians and nurses have been specially trained to provide skilled, professional care in an emergency setting. In addition, our nurses are certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, and Trauma Nurse Care Curriculum.
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About ER Extra
Some of the area's most experienced physicians and nurses provide emergency care to our community 24 hours a day, seven days a week at Clearview Regional's emergency room through our exclusive ER Extra™ initiative. All of our physicians and nurses have been specially trained to provide skilled, professional care in an emergency setting. In addition, our nurses are certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, and Stroke Care. Our emergency department has two distinct areas of treatment -- one for your minor emergencies and the other for your major health care emergencies.
What's ER Extra?
We are the community’s exclusive provider of ER Extra™, a new approach to the emergency room experience, designed to give you extra fast, extra easy and extra great care.
By the time you enter our emergency room, every minute – every second – seems like forever. That’s why the clock starts ticking the moment your name enters our system at the registration desk. In general, initial assessments take place within 15 minutes of arrival. Patients with non-life threatening conditions can expect to be evaluated, treated and discharged to their home in typically less than two hours. To deliver the fastest quality care possible, the emergency room has a computerized tracking system that records every second you spend there. This data is constantly reviewed by your treatment team to streamline processes and speed up the time it takes to deliver care. The result is that you see a member of the clinical team sooner, so treatment can begin quicker.
Board certified doctors and highly trained staff are by your side throughout your visit. They are there to explain your diagnosis and how it will be treated, as well as discuss any follow up care you may need.
Extra great care
The best care results from excellent customer service and friendly staff members. Consistently, our team has ranked as a Top Performer relative to patient satisfaction. We are committed to treating you with outstanding care and compassion
About Our ER
The emergency department has 15 private treatment rooms and was designed with optimum patient comfort and privacy in mind. There are two distinct areas of treatment within the department - one for minor emergencies and the other for major health care emergencies.
Fast Track ER is a service offered by Clearview Regional Medical Center’s emergency department designed to dramatically expedite care of minor emergency cases. Dedicated beds in this unit equate to less time to wait when you’re uncomfortable and need care fast. Fast Track is staffed by physician assistants and registered nurses. Fast Track ER cases range from sprains, strains, and simple fractures to earaches, insect bites, back pain and lacerations. Hours of operation are 11 a.m. – 11 p.m., seven days a week.
Main Emergency Department
Specially equipped rooms are available in the emergency department for patients requiring cardiac, trauma, gynecologic, pediatric, orthopedic and psychiatric care or isolation. Featuring 4 Trauma rooms, Clearview Regional Medical Center is a Level III Trauma Center for the State of Georgia.
All patients who enter the emergency department (except those arriving by ambulance) will be triaged by a registered nurse who will conduct a focused assessment based on presenting symptoms and complaints. This information will be used to direct patients to the appropriate area for care. In some instances, patients will proceed to the diagnosis area during the triage process. The diagnosis area expedites certain tests such as labs, x-rays and EKGs in order to have data available to the physician during the medical screening.