St. Bernards Emergency Department provides 45 treatment areas which provide around-the-clock comprehensive treatment ranging from minor medical emergencies to stabilization of major trauma. An on-call list of specialty doctors is maintained to assist in treatment and diagnosis of emergency situations. For more information on St. Bernards emergency services, call (870) 207-5200.
Location of the Emergency Center and Facilities
- Located on the northwest corner of the medical center property with primary access off Jackson Street in Jonesboro, Arkansas.
- Contains 45 treatment areas.
- Specific rooms are designated for the stabilization of major trauma and cardiac patients.
- Three beds for orthopedic patients.
- Three beds for the gynecology patient.
- One room equipped for ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat).
Focus of the Complex
The entire emergency services complex is crisis-oriented and geared toward cardiac patients, stabilization of trauma patients, children and all other phases of emergency service.
At. St. Bernards Emergency Department, there's a reason why we don't have a chest pain center. Many heart attack victims never have chest pain. Instead, they have other warning signs like unexplained nausea, dizziness, numbness in the left arm or indigestion. The physicians at The St. Bernards Heart Attack Intervention Center are ready around-the-clock-to help you make the most of time by treating you at the first sign of a heart attack, because every second counts.
St. Bernards utilizes a Results Pending area (within the Emergency Department) which is open 24 hours a day offering a comfortable place to await results of tests. The doctor or care provider will come into the area and provide a discussion of the results and the treatment plan for each patient. Afterward, you may be discharged home from this area.
Express Care in ED Annex
Express Care is a twelve-bed area dedicated to non-urgent patients open four days a week from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and three days a week from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Starting at triage inside the emergency department, trained nurses determine what level of care is needed by incoming patients. For more information, please call (870) 207-5234.