Emergency Care

We operate a Level II emergency center, which means we are always prepared to treat you and your family with the most advanced care available.

Where to find us
Our hospital is located off State Road 15 in Goshen, Indiana.

Goshen Hospital
200 High Park Ave.
Goshen, IN 46526
(574) 364-1000

Expert emergency care close to home.

All our physicians are board certified in emergency medicine, something not commonly found in communities this size.

In addition, all nurses are certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS). This certification allows nurses to treat respiratory failure, shock, cardiac arrest and irregular heartbeats. Several nurses on staff are also certified sexual assault examiners.

Thanks to established relationships with regional trauma centers, critical patient transfers proceed quickly and smoothly, via ambulance or helicopter.

Emergency medical technicians use electrocardiograms to wirelessly transmit data ahead of the patient's arrival at the hospital to our heart and vascular care team. That means our catheterization lab and healthcare team can prepare for an immediate response. Learn more about our heart and vascular care.

Conditions

You'll find innovation, outstanding care and exceptional service for a wide variety of conditions at Goshen Hospital Emergency Department.

Goshen Health News & Articles

  • Ready to ride again after back surgery

    05/30/2019

    An X-ray of Jim Marks’ spinal column told quite a story about a lifetime of activity. Tell-tale signs of arthritis and natural deterioration also explained the pain and the instability in his legs.
  • Not so fast: ‘Wait for Eight’ for baby’s first bath

    05/15/2019

    Does it matter how soon after birth a newborn is bathed? In fact, yes.

    Goshen Hospital’s Circle of Caring Birthplace holds off on the first bath for least eight hours, and with good reason: The delay results in both high breastfeeding rates and better temperature control for babies at the hospital.
  • Gaining more out of life by losing weight one step at a time

    04/29/2019

    A three- to four-year weight loss plan seems like a lifetime to some people. But that’s what it can take to lose 150 to 200 pounds on a non-surgery program managed by a doctor. Called medically managed weight loss, the program combines a calorie-controlled diet and exercise with accountability and support from weight loss experts.

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We can help

Help is available 24/7 at Goshen Hospital Emergency Department.

(574) 364-2420