Advanced Emergency Technology
State of the art systems for Emergency Medicine
Electronic Medical Record (EMR)
Our Emergency Department uses a state-of-the-art electronic medical record (EMR), called Emergency Department Information Manager (EDIM). For patients with ongoing health conditions, EDIM allows the ER staff to immediately access previous ER visits to quickly view past treatments, test results and prescribed medications. Upon being discharged from the ER, all patients are provided with clear, legible discharge instructions, which include prescription information.
Considered a best practice in the field of emergency medicine, the use of ultrasound in the Emergency Room enables the team to reduce unnecessary needle sticks and limits exposure time to infection when it is used for vascular access, such as central line placement.
In the event that a patient has difficultly breathing and needs to be assisted with breathing via an intubation, the Glidescope fiber optic tool enables a quick visualization of the vocal cords for quick placement of the intubation tube.
The Intraosseous Infusion System provides a complete solution for immediate vascular access for critical situations and life-threatening emergencies. It enables medical professionals to obtain immediate vascular access to the central circulation system within seconds, delivering medications, intravenous fluids and blood products to adult and pediatric patients.
Photo Archiving and Communication System (PACS)
Our PAC System enables us to electronically transfer any imaging performed at the hospital or ancillary campus to a specialist for a consult.