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Emergency Locations

Kettering Health Network's 10 emergency departments and four trauma centers make up one of the largest and most advanced networks of emergency care in the state of Ohio.


 


According to Dr. Doug Paul, medical director for trauma services at Kettering Medical Center and Kettering Health Network, people should use common sense when deciding what to do after suffering an injury or illness.

"You need to understand what your community resources are before you decide where to seek care," Paul said. "Can you go to an urgent care or to your own personal physician's office instead?"

Paul suggests the following to determine whether emergency room treatment is needed:

Know what your individual insurance policy covers, and be an educated consumer. "I think it would be of value to find out what the out-of-pocket cost is at an urgent care versus an emergency room. Know what you are responsible for so you can get the best bang for your buck," Paul said. "You should know this before you get sick or injured."

Many common illnesses, such as sinus congestions or rashes, don't require treatment in the middle of the night. "You can probably delay and just visit your family doctor," Paul said. "You should use the emergency room if you need a hospital for a specialized scan or surgery."

Use emergency room treatment for potentially life-threatening issues only. "These would be things like difficulty breathing, chest pains or severe abdominal pain, for example," Paul said. "If you are a victim of a traumatic incident, have fallen or have a fractured extremity, you may seek treatment at an urgent care."

In the event that an emergency room visit is warranted: Notify your personal physician, if possible, so he or she can take action as needed. Take along your health information card, to ensure that the physician treating you will have the most up-to-date information. Bring someone else with you who can make certain you are receiving all your important health information. Finally, be ready to describe all your symptoms clearly.




Fort Hamilton Hospital




630 Eaton Ave
Hamilton, OH 45013
P: (513) 867-2270

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Grandview Medical Center - Level III Trauma




405 W Grand Ave
Dayton, OH 45405
P: (937) 723-3210

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Greene Memorial Hospital - Level III Trauma




1141 N Monroe Dr
Xenia, OH 45385
P: (937) 352-2500

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Kettering Health Network Emergency - Franklin

A Service of Sycamore Medical Center



100 Kettering Way
Franklin, OH 45005
P: (937) 458-4700

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Kettering Health Network Emergency - Huber Heights

A Service of Grandview Medical Center



8701 Old Troy Pike
Huber Heights, OH 45424
P: (937) 558-3338

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Kettering Health Network Emergency- Preble County

A Service of Grandview Medical Center



450-F Washington-Jackson Rd
Eaton, OH 45320
P: (937) 456-8376

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Kettering Medical Center - Level II Trauma




3535 Southern Blvd
Kettering, OH 45429
P: (937) 395-8659

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Soin Medical Center - Level III Trauma




3535 Pentagon Blvd
Beavercreek, OH 45431
P: (937) 702-4500

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Southview Medical Center




1997 Miamisburg-Centerville Rd
Centerville, OH 45459
P: (937) 401-6228

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Sycamore Medical Center




4000 Miamisburg-Centerville Rd
Miamisburg, OH 45342
P: (937) 384-8791

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