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The safety of our patients and co-workers is our priority. In addition to rigorous disinfecting, use of personal protective equipment and social distancing, we are limiting the number of visitors at this location.
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Mercy Joplin’s ER is available 24/7 with board-certified emergency medicine physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses and other clinicians trained to provide lifesaving care. As a certified Level II trauma center, the Emergency Department at Mercy Hospital Joplin is prepared to care for patients suffering a heart attack, stroke or physical trauma.
Mercy Hospital Joplin has the most advanced equipment currently available to provide emergency care for all ages and medical needs.
If you think you have a medical emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest ER.
Mercy’s emergency and hospital physicians in Joplin work quickly to identify and treat active heart emergencies. Emergency care is seamlessly integrated with on-site cardiologists and other cardiovascular specialists.
Mercy Hospital Joplin offers comprehensive, round-the-clock care and counseling for victims of sexual assault. Through a program called SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner), specially trained providers deliver prompt medical exams, compassionate emotional support and what-to-do-next counseling. If you are unsure about what to do, please call 417-556-2300 to speak with a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner, available 24 hours a day.
For both female and male victims, our SANE Program offers:
At Mercy, we offer comprehensive services to diagnose and treat a full range of conditions, including:
At Mercy, we offer compassionate care for a variety of treatment services, including:
To receive SANE services, it’s best to visit our Emergency Department as soon as possible after the assault, but at least within five days. Try not to drink, chew gum, eat, change clothes or shower. However, if you did these things, that’s okay. You should still come to the hospital.