The Emergency Department at Marshall Medical Center is equipped to treat serious and life-threatening health conditions. Our experienced physicians, registered nurses and imaging specialists are on staff 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide emergency care. 

In an emergency, always call 9-1-1. Paramedics and emergency medical technicians are trained in providing life-saving care during transport to the emergency room.


Time is critical when someone experiences a heart attack. Every minute can matter.

Marshall Medical Center offers 24-hour emergency care and diagnostic services to stabilize patients who may be experiencing a cardiac issue. Our physicians work closely with cardiology specialists at Maury Regional Medical Center in Columbia to diagnose a heart attack and prepare the patient for transport to a cardiac catheterization laboratory, if necessary.

The first step to recognizing a heart attack is knowing the signs and symptoms. Become familiar with the signs of a possible heart attack here.


Stroke occurs when a vessel in the brain ruptures or becomes blocked by a blood clot. 

When stroke is suspected, it is important to respond as quickly as possible. The effects of this health condition can become more serious with every minute that passes. Immediate medical attention can help prevent long-lasting effects.

At Marshall Medical Center, our emergency professionals use a telehealth video conferencing platform to connect with neurology specialists for a timely diagnosis and treatment plan. This may include administration of time-sensitive medication to open blocked arteries and/or transport to a higher level of care.

Learn the signs of stroke here.


Marshall Medical Center Emergency Department 
1080 N. Ellington Parkway
Lewisburg, TN 37091
During an emergency, always call 911.