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Emergency Care

We are prepared to keep you safe.

In light of the current pandemic, and to keep you safe throughout your treatment, the Emergency Department at Chesapeake Regional Medical Center is following more safety measures than ever before:

  • All who enter are screened
  • Patients and providers receive personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Advanced cleaning procedures are in place
  • Physical distancing is practiced in our waiting areas

When care begins quickly, a full recovery is more likely.

Some emergencies can't wait. Pay attention to the early symptoms of a heart attack, stroke and any other time sensitive emergencies. If you're experiencing chest or severe abdominal pain, numbness or slurred speech, the Emergency Department at Chesapeake Regional Medical Center is open and ready to care for you. 

When patients visit our Emergency Department they’re greeted in the waiting area, registered and treated as quickly as possible. We offer some of the shortest wait times in the area, getting you in and out—with superior medical care—as efficiently as possible. From bumps and bruises to life-threatening accidents and illness, we're always open and our highly trained and compassionate staff is ready to help and keep you safe. 

If you are experiencing an emergency, come to our ER for care, or call 911. Don't risk further damage by delaying care.

Chest Pain Center

Chest Pain Center accreditationWhen it comes to chest pain, it’s all about speed.

Hospitals see a lot of patients with chest pain - in fact it is the most common reason they come to the ER. That’s why Chesapeake Regional Medical Center established a chest pain center within its Emergency Department to ensure that patients receive fast, accurate and state-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment as soon as they arrive at its doors.


Through a partnership with Chesapeake ambulance services, EMS teams are able to perform EKGs in the field and send the information within seconds to the emergency department. This allows the cardiac team to be in place as soon as the patient arrives at the ER.

Once there, a highly skilled team with advanced knowledge in managing heart attacks provides rapid therapy to decide whether immediate medical treatment is warranted, further tests are needed or observation is necessary.