Emergency Room at UH Portage Medical Center

Providing Advanced Emergency Care in Portage County

University Hospitals Portage Medical Center’s emergency room brings our community expertise from a team of physicians and nurses trained in geriatric and emergency medicine, and trauma care. When you need it most, our rapid-response commitment means you will receive prompt quality care. Our innovative technology includes remote EKG monitoring, enabling paramedics to transmit a patient’s cardiac analysis to our ER before they leave the scene. We are ready to take care of you, day or night, 24/7.

330-297-2850
6847 North Chestnut Street
Ravenna, OH 44266
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Features and Services

UH Portage Medical Center’s emergency room features includes:

  • Level 3 trauma center, designated by the American College of Surgeons
  • Pediatric emergency services
  • Remote EKG monitoring, providing streamlined care for patients after a heart attack
  • InQuicker online check-in services

Kid-Friendly Care

As an integral part of our emergency room, University Hospitals Portage Medical Center offers exceptional pediatric emergency care specifically designed to address your child’s minor medical emergencies. Staffed by board-certified physicians with experience in pediatric emergency medicine, Rainbow Emergency Services at UH Portage Medical Center provides fast treatment for young patients experiencing minor illnesses and injuries such as sore throat, fever, fractures and lacerations.

Check in Online

University Hospitals is proud to offer Northeast Ohio’s only online waiting room for select ER and urgent care locations. Choose your time slot, and we’ll hold your place while you wait at home so that when you arrive, we can take care of you or your loved one and get you back to life sooner. Please use the InQuicker button on the right hand side of the page to check in online.

For Minor Illness or Injury

In the event of a minor illness or injury, patients should visit the nearest urgent care.

Call 911 for Emergencies

If there is a medical emergency, always dial 911.

When to call for help.