Emergency Services

Emergency Department

Serious and life-threatening accidents and illnesses can be handled through the emergency departments at Maury Regional Medical Center, Marshall Medical Center and Wayne Medical Center

Maury Regional Medical Center's Fast Track program offers quick care and treatment of minor bumps, bruises and lacerations, sore throats, earaches, urinary tract infections, and other minor but urgent medical needs.

Emergency Medical Services

Maury Regional Emergency Medical Services (EMS) is an A-rated department consisting of paramedics and emergency medical technicians (EMTs) who are state certified to provide the highest quality emergency medical care. It is designated as the Regional Communications Center for southern Middle Tennessee, coordinating communications among ambulance services, hospitals, emergency management and public safety agencies in the thirteen-county area.

In situations where there has been an intense trauma, Maury Regional Medical Center calls upon emergency air services—including Vanderbilt LifeFlight, Air Evac and Huntsville MedFlight—to transport patients to specialized trauma centers. LifeFlight has a unit stationed at the Mount Pleasant airport—just a few miles from Maury Regional Medical Center.

In addition, Maury Regional Medical Center works with Vanderbilt LifeFlight to offer free bi-monthly education programs for emergency personnel, including paramedics, EMTs, critical care nurses and occupational medicine personnel. For more information about EMS Night Out continuing education programs, call 931.490.4665 or view the calendar of events for the next scheduled program.

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