In the case of an emergency, call 9-1-1.

Emergency Facilities


Serious and life-threatening accidents and illnesses can be handled through the emergency departments at:

Maury Regional Health also has a top-rated staff of paramedics and emergency medical technicians who respond to more than 16,000 ambulance calls each year across Lewis, Maury and Wayne counties. Learn more in the Ambulance/Emergency Medical Services (EMS) section of our website.

OBSERVATION UNIT

Located at Maury Regional Medical Center, the Observation Unit serves patients age 16 and older who are sent by their physician for further evaluation or who have been evaluated in the Emergency Department (ED) but need further monitoring to determine if they should be discharged or admitted to the hospital.

The Observation Unit allows medical and nursing staff to focus on common conditions that require more hours of care than a typical emergency room visit. By utilizing the Observation Unit, ED beds are freed to allow quicker treatment of other emergency patients and more hospital beds remain available for patients requiring inpatient admission. Common diagnoses evaluated in the Observation Unit include:

  • chest pain
  • abdominal pain
  • COPD exacerbations
  • kidney stones
  • fluid resuscitation for dehydration
  • and most other conditions that are expected to require less than 24 hours for evaluation and treatment

Walk-in & Urgent Care Locations

Those not experiencing a life-threatening emergency can visit one of our walk-in or urgent care facilities during their normal operating hours.