Trauma Services – Certified Level IV Trauma Center
As a Level IV Trauma Center, feel confident knowing that expert care and innovative treatment solutions are close to home with our emergency services, 24/7.
Moab Regional Hospital is certified as a Level IV Trauma Center by the American College of Surgeons and the Utah Bureau of Emergency Medical Services. Moab Regional Hospital provides patients with evidence-based treatment following the National Trauma System, designed to provide care for critical trauma patients.
Moab Regional Hospital has long been a resource committed to meeting the healthcare needs and concerns of our community and visitors. Our Emergency Department is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and provides a complete range of emergency medical care.
Emergency Facilities include:
- Specialty rooms for pediatrics, OB/GYN, trauma, critical care, and wound care
- Telemedicine and telestroke technology
- Decontamination room
- State of the art imaging equipment, including MRI, CT, X-Ray scanners
- Accept all insurance providers
- Translation services in over 100 languages
- Highly qualified staff
Serving over 5,000 patients each year, our Emergency Department’s team of professionals provide excellent individualized and compassionate care in a timely manner. With advanced training in emergency care and the latest patient monitoring and treatment technology, our providers are available to serve you when you need them.
All of our Emergency Department providers and nurses are certified in the latest techniques for care of critical trauma and medical patients, including:
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
- Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
- Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS)
- Trauma Nurse Core Curriculum (TNCC)
Our dedicated emergency team include physicians, nurse practitioners, surgeons, nurses, and respiratory, radiology, and lab technicians. We also have staff to assist with financial and insurance matters.
Patients with neurologic systems suspicious for acute stroke will be evaluated by a neurologist from the University of Utah Hospital using telemedicine technology in our Emergency Department.