During an emergency, every second counts.
Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, our specialized treatment areas and modern technology enable us to care for you quickly and efficiently. Our emergency department treats conditions and injuries requiring immediate attention, including:
- Chest pain
- Difficult breathing or shortness of breath
- Weakness or paralysis of an arm or leg
- Severe difficulty swallowing
- Difficulty speaking
- Broken bones or dislocated joints
- Deep skin abrasions or severe cuts
- Sudden change in mental state
Check out our EMS Hub for links to current educational opportunities and resources, professional resources for certification, as well as links to current information from the CDC and Indiana State Department of Health.
Partnering With The Best
For medical emergencies requiring more advanced treatment than we can provide at Margaret Mary, rest assured we have partnerships in place to get you where you need to go.
Member of the Christ Hospital Chest Pain Network
For medical emergencies that require more advanced treatment than we can provide at Margaret Mary, rest assured we have partnerships in place to get you where you need to go. For patients who are having a heart attack, MMH is an accredited member of The Christ Hospital Chest Pain Network. This means our team underwent a rigorous evaluation process to prove that systems are in place to treat and transfer heart attack patients quickly before permanent damage occurs.
Member of the University of Cincinnati Stroke Team
For patients who are having a stroke, MMH is proud to partner with the University of Cincinnati Stroke Team. This relationship allows for faster diagnosis and treatment of strokes, thereby increasing the odds of a full recovery. When necessary, MMH uses telemedicine technology to communicate with UC's Stroke Team. Our emergency services department has received thorough training and evaluation to ensure our staff is well prepared to recognize and treat stroke patients quickly and effectively. Learn about the symptoms of a stroke.