USA Health Emergency Departments
USA Health University Hospital offers the region’s only Level I trauma center. We also staff the only pediatric emergency department at USA Health Children’s & Women’s Hospital, and we have a state-of-the-art freestanding emergency department in west Mobile, near the University of South Alabama's campus.
University Hospital's Emergency Department and Fanny Meisler Trauma Center
We treat patients throughout the upper Gulf Coast at the USA Health Fanny Meisler Trauma Center on the campus of University Hospital. Traumas are usually accidental or intentional injuries that lead to life-threatening situations. Persons suffering injuries in automobile accidents, from gunshot wounds or stabbings, or in fires are transported to the Fanny Meisler Trauma Center where a dedicated staff of emergency medicine physicians, trauma surgeons and other specially trained clinical staff stand ready to treat their injuries.
Patients experiencing major illnesses and emergencies such as broken bones, cuts and concussions are typically treated by our emergency medicine team. Using the most advanced technology, they are trained to take care of cardiac, orthopaedic, stroke and other emergencies.
Children's & Women's Hospital Pediatric Emergency Department
Emergency medical services specific to children, under age 19, are provided through the Pediatric Emergency Department at our hospital. This emergency department is specially equipped and staffed to treat the unique needs of children with emergency illnesses and conditions with 11 beds and a six-bed fast-track area.
Freestanding Emergency Department in west Mobile
The USA Health Freestanding Emergency Department provides people who live and work in west Mobile convenient access to the most advanced emergency and diagnostic care available in the region. Led by board-certified emergency medicine physicians, patient care is supported by significant imaging capabilities, including a CT scanner, an MRI, mammography, X-ray and ultrasound.