They say good timing is everything. We agree. When you're hurt or sick, you want help fast. That's why once again, Bon Secours is proud to bring you the very best in quality emergency care. Introducing no wait emergency care. Check in at any of our emergency departments and you will immediately be seen by a member of our clinical care team who will assess your needs and begin the care you need. It's that simple.
HealthGrades 2012 Emergency Medicine Excellence Award™
Bon Secours St. Mary's Hospital, Memorial Regional Medical Center and St. Francis Medical Center's emergency medicine care have been found to be among the top 5 percent in the nation according to the recent study released by HealthGrades, the leading independent health care ratings organization. This is the third year in a row for St. Mary’s and Memorial Regional and the first year for St. Francis to receive this prestigious award. As a result, St. Mary's, Memorial Regional and St. Francis are recipients of the HealthGrades 2012 Emergency Medicine Excellence Award™. Bon Secours has three of the four hospitals in Central Virginia that received this distinction.
No Wait Emergency Care
When you're hurt or sick, you want help fast. That's why Bon Secours is proud to bring you No Wait Emergency Care.
"We implemented the No Wait effort and to date, on average, the patient is treated within five minutes of arrival."
Dr. William Azie
Medical Director, Emergency Department, St. Mary's
Check in at any one of our emergency care facilities and a member of our clinical care team will use the latest diagnostic tools to assess your needs and begin treatment immediately – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
"We're decreasing the risks associated with unnecessary delays."
Dr. Stacy Williams
Medical Director, Emergency Department, Richmond Community Hospital
Whether you've sprained an ankle or had a heart attack, we're committed to providing the highest quality care and will make your time with us as comfortable as possible. To learn more, please view our emergency room process.
Rider Alert Card Program
Bon Secours, the Richmond Ambulance Authority and Motorcycle Virginia, Inc., have launched a new program designed to save the lives of injured motorcyclists. The program provides free identification data cards that will help first responders provide rapid and accurate medical assistance to riders involved in accidents.
To learn more or to request a card, visit www.rideralert.org.