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Emergency Department 

When you have an emergency, you don't have time to wonder. Or wait.

At Mercy's Emergency Department, you can rest assured knowing that your care will begin at the speed of Mercy.

State-of-the-art

A Level III trauma facility, Mercy Medical Center's Emergency Department is fully equipped with state-of-the-art technology to handle the most serious of healthcare emergencies.

You'll be in good hands

All physicians in Mercy's Emergency Department are board-certified in emergency medicine. Our nurses are also specially trained, many of whom are nationally certified in emergency nursing.

Nationally Recognized Care

Mercy is home to the area's most experienced accredited Chest Pain Center. Learn more about chest pain and heart attack symptoms.

We have also earned Disease-Specific Care Certification from The Joint Commission for Advanced Primary Stroke Center.

Earning this recognition means that professionals in the Mercy Emergency Department play a vital role in the treatment of heart attack and stroke patients. In fact, for cardiac patients, Mercy has had the best door-to-balloon times in the state for more than five years — 25 minutes faster than the national average.

For stroke patients, Mercy is one of only 7% of U.S. hospitals to achieve stroke door-to-treatment time in less than 60 minutes. Faster times save lives in the Mercy Emergency Department.

Choose Mercy. You deserve the best.

Contact Information

Location:
Mercy Medical Center
701 10th Street SE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52403

Ground Level

(Park directly outside of the ER or in the adjacent ramp at the corner of 10th Street & 8th Avenue.)

Phone Number:
(319) 398-6041 

Please call 911 in an emergency.

Hours:
Always Open

Five Years and Counting! 

Celebrating 5 YearsEvery second counts with a heart attack.

That's why Mercy is proud to be the only hospital in the area and part of a select few in the nation to reach five years of providing 100 percent of our heart attack patients with “door to balloon” times faster than the national standard.

Learn more.