If you have a life-threatening emergency, call 911 immediately. If you are not experiencing a life-threatening emergency, but need immediate and urgent medical attention, visit one of California Pacific Medical Center’s three 24-hour emergency rooms in the San Francisco area, open seven days a week.
Comprehensive 24-hour emergency rooms are available at the Davies Campus, the Mission Bernal Campus and the Van Ness Campus to treat severe illness and injuries. In addition:
The Davies emergency department is a Joint Commission Certified Primary Stroke Center.
The Mission Bernal emergency department is an accredited Geriatric Emergency Department – one of only three ERs in Northern California to earn this designation. This emergency room has rooms customized for older people, and staff trained to provide geriatric emergency care.
The Van Ness emergency department offers adult and pediatric emergency services staffed by doctors board-certified in both pediatrics and emergency medicine. The pediatric emergency room at the California Campus closes at that time.
Our campuses have earned numerous certifications and accolades, some of which include:
- Primary Stroke Center Certification by The Joint Commission.
- Get With the Guidelines-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award, the highest-level award for stroke care given by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association.
- American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Gold Plus Award and Mission: Lifeline Gold Quality Achievement Award.
If you have any problem, CPMC can handle it at one of our emergency rooms. We provide comprehensive cardiovascular and stroke care in our ERs. We also have specialists who provide emergency obstetrics and pediatric care. Our medical records system links to all Sutter hospitals, as well as UCSF, so your primary doctor will know about the care you receive from us.
Some of the common conditions treated in an emergency room include:
- Difficulty breathing
- Severe bleeding
- Chest pain or pressure
- Severe allergic reactions
- Moderate to severe burns or wounds
- Convulsions or seizures
- Serious head, neck or back injury
- Sudden inability to speak, see, walk or move
If you have a medical emergency, call 911.