Riverside Regional Medical Center Emergency and Trauma Center
The largest facility of its kind on the Virginia Peninsula, Riverside Emergency and Trauma Center is staffed by physicians specially trained in emergency and trauma medicine. It is here that lifesaving care for critically ill or injured patients is delivered 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Located on the campus of Riverside Regional Medical Center in Newport News, it is the region’s only accredited Trauma Center.
There are over 40 private rooms in the Emergency and Trauma Center for ill or injured emergency patients and two state-of-the art trauma bays. Because it is physically located on the campus of Riverside Regional Medical Center where physicians routinely perform open heart, brain and orthopedic surgery as well as many other high levels of care, the need for emergency and trauma patients to be transferred to another treatment facility is eliminated.
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Riverside Walter Reed Hospital Emergency Room
Riverside Walter Reed Hospital is a 67-bed hospital with a 24-hour Emergency Room equipped with state-of-the-art technology. Our doctors see approximately 30,000 patients annually. We have 11 emergency exam rooms and are affiliated with Riverside Regional Emergency & Trauma Center where by ambulance or LifeEvac helicopter, we are quickly able to transfer critical patients to our level II Trauma Center, Certified Stroke Center and Heart and Vascular Center. Emergency physicians are supported by over 100 Riverside Medical Group physicians across nearly every specialty, many of whom maintain office hours in the Gloucester and Middle Peninsula area.
Riverside Tappahannock Hospital Emergency Room
Serving Essex, Richmond and Westmoreland counties as well as the northern most portions of Lancaster, Northumberland, Middlesex and King and Queen counties, Riverside Tappahannock Hospital is a 67-bed hospital with a 24-hour emergency room with 10 treatment rooms equipped with state of the art technology. Trained in emergency medicine, our doctors treat over 20,000 patients annually. Stroke and trauma patients may be transferred to Richmond or by ambulance or LifeEvac helicopter, to Riverside Regional Emergency & Trauma Center where we are able to transition critical patients to our level II Trauma Center, Certified Stroke Center and Heart and Vascular Center quickly.
Riverside Urgent Care