Emergency & Trauma Care

With the 24/7 emergency and trauma care at Royal Inland Hospital, you can always count on the hospital and our team of highly-skilled healthcare staff when you need it most. Last year, over 70,000 patients were treated in the Emergency Department. It is the first line of defense when you arrive at the hospital with a critical injury or illness. Life-saving equipment including defibrillators, ventilators, intubation tools and ultrasounds are just a few examples of what is needed in the Emergency Department to ensure the team can provide patients with the best care possible.

Trauma patients often require surgery in an Operating Room and then may be admitted to the Intensive Care Unit at RIH, where the team of medical professionals includes specialized physicians, highly-trained nurses and respiratory therapists who provide our sickest patients with critical care. The Operating Room and ICU requires a significant amount of equipment—ventilators, ultrasounds, monitoring equipment and specialized beds—to provide each patient with the same level of high quality care.

Donor support to the Emergency Department, Operating Room and Intensive Care Unit funds some of the most specialized and innovative equipment in the hospital.