Emergency Department

HaysMed Emergency Entrance
(West Side of Hospital)
2220 Canterbury Drive
Hays, Kansas 67601
Phone 785-623-5555
Fax 785-623-5518

*    An 8 bed Emergency Department fully staffed 24 hours a day with experienced,
      qualified RNs and in-house board certified physicians
*    No appointment needed

The Emergency Department is a specialized unit of HaysMed that provides quality care in the emergency setting.  Many of our ED nurses are Board Certified in Emergency Nursing.  In addition, the ED is staffed with nurses certified in:
*    Advanced Cardiac Life Support
*    Pediatric Life Support
*    Neonatal Resuscitation and STABLE
*    Trauma Nursing, Pediatric Trauma Nursing, and Advanced Trauma Nursing
*    Basic Disaster Life Support/ Hazmat/ Hazwopper
    
At the HaysMed Emergency Department patients are treated with respect and compassion in a safe and friendly environment. We strive to provide prompt evaluation, coordinated care, and appropriate diagnosis and treatment of emergent or life-threatening conditions.

Patient Comments

July 2013

Linda in ER was a truly caring nurse when I had a fall off a ladder.  Her calm and professional manner helped not only me but also my family members through a trying time.  Hats off to a job well done!

August 2012

It's been our experience in other hospitals to wait for hours. Everyone, the nurse, to the nurse taking his labs to the sonogram tech were awesome.  They were quick and explained everything and apologized when they didn't have an answer.  Definitely will not hesitate to come in and refer others when necessary.  Awesome job." 

Everyone was very caring and helpful.  Kami was wonderful with our little boy!  She explained everything she was doing to him in a way he could understand.  Couldn't ask for a better nurse.  Thank You!" 

February 2012

"The ER Dr – Dr. Newman was very attentive, caring and professional.  He listened to my concerns.  Great bedside manner – patient and understanding.  Genuinely concerned about my health.  Offered instructions that were easy to follow."  (ED)