Emergency treatment in Idaho Falls, Idaho

At Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center, we are prepared to handle the most urgent medical emergencies in Idaho Falls. We are designated as a Level II Trauma Center by the American College of Surgeons' Committee on Trauma, a distinction belonging to only two other Idaho hospitals. Additionally, we are state-certified as a Level II Trauma Center.

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911. To learn more about our emergency services, please call (208) 529-6111.

Image of medical staff treating an ER patient. Our first-rate emergency medical teams work together seamlessly to ensure unmatched critical care expertise, technology and capacity, making us Idaho’s leader in caring for the sickest, most critically ill patients. We’re proud to be the community’s only emergency facility open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It's a role we take seriously and work hard to fulfill.

Pediatric emergency care

Our friendly ER specialists take great care of kids of all ages too. With additional training in pediatrics, this team has the right equipment on hand to meet the unique needs of diagnosing and treating children up to the age of 18. They understand that a medical emergency can feel scary for a child or teenager – and their parents too! So our team will make all of you feel as comfortable as possible, and they won’t keep you waiting.

Emergency room

ATV accidents at the sand dunes, high-speed encounters between snowmobile riders and barbed wire, cardiac emergencies and car wrecks are all in a day's work for Eastern Idaho Regional.

We employ a triage system for classifying emergency patients, ensuring prompt treatment. As you enter our doors, you will feel safe and secure while our highly skilled, 24/7 healthcare staff tends to your medical emergency.

Our ER is a 30-bed unit with specialized rooms for trauma, cardiac, pediatric, orthopedic, obstetrics/gynecology and ear, nose and throat emergencies. We also provide immediate access to diagnostic imaging, like CT scanning and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).