Emergency Treatment Hospitals in Bucks County, PA

Here in Bucks County, PA we are fortunate to have many outstanding hospitals spread throughout the county, which is comforting to know if if you or a loved one are suddenly injured in an accident. Bucks County personal injury lawyer Michael L. Saile, Jr. provides a listing of area hospitals that have high-ranking emergency rooms. Many injured car accident victims rely on the emergency services of the following hospitals after accidents of all sorts:   

  • Doylestown Hospital: Doylestown Hospital may be the best hospital in all of Bucks County. It is ranked among the 100 Best Hospitals in the United States and is also ranked as one of the nation’s 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals (source: Thomson Reuters). The physicians at Doylestown Hospital’s have treated many car accident injuries in its new state of the art emergency department.

 

  • St. Mary Medical Center: Located in Langhorne, PA, SMMC is equipped with a level II trauma center and offers new state-of-the-art technology and high skilled professional physicians to help you. St. Mary was recognized as the “Best of Bucks 2012” winner in both the Hospital and Walk-in Emergency Care (Emergency Department) categories. The ER at St. Mary treats over 65,000 patients each year.

 

  • ARIA Health – Bucks County Campus:  Also located in Langhorne, PA, ARIA Bucks Co. is very accessible from from Route 1 and I-95, two roads very prone to PA car accidents. This facility offers emergency services and a leading orthopedic department providing a Total Joint Replacement Program.

 

  • Grand View Hospital: Located in Sellersville, PA, Grand View Hospital was been recognized in 2011 with the American Heart Association’s Stroke Gold Plus Achievement Award for the second time. Many surgical awards have been given to Grand View, as well, for hip replacement and hip fracture repair. 

 

  • Lower Bucks Hospital: Located in Bristol, PA, Lower Bucks Hospital is known for its MRI center, cardiology, ob/gyn care, and neonatal intensive care unit. Their emergency department treats more than 30,000 patients each year.

 

  • St. Luke’s Hospital – Quakertown Campus: Offers a recently expanded emergency care department where over 13,000 patients are treated per year.  This facility’s emergency center treats those injuries commonly sustained in motor vehicle accidents, such as lacerations and broken bones, plus it has a cardiac/trauma room.

 

 

 

Know Where To Go

Most likely the EMT unit that responds to your accident will take you to the nearest hospital emergency room to get you the most immediate care possible. If you are severely injured and require trauma care, you would need to be transported to a hospital with a trauma unit.

It is important that you know about the different hospitals in Bucks County so that if you need to get yourself to an emergency room you will know where to go.  It sometimes happens that people don’t always know they are injured at the time of their accident; sometimes just feeling startled and a bit in shock. You may not actually start feeling car accident pain until the days following the accident.

Regardless of when you realize you are injured, receiving the proper diagnosis and care is extremely important.  Follow your doctor’s instructions about the treatment that will best heal your injuries.  

If you or someone you know has been seriously injured in a Bucks County car accident and is looking for experienced legal guidance, contact the PA personal injury lawyers at Cordisco & Saile LLC. Call us at 215-642-2335. You can instantly download our FREE PA Accident Guide Book outlining what you should – and should not – do after a car accident.