Emergency Room in Conneaut, OH
Emergency Room Near You in Conneaut and Surrounding Cities
158 W. Main Rd.
Conneaut, OH 44030
24 hours a day,
365 days a year
In the event of a life-threatening emergency, patients should call 9-1-1 or visit the nearest emergency department immediately.
COVID-19 Testing for Patients
To best serve our patients experiencing medical emergencies, we are no longer providing COVID-19 testing for patients in our emergency department, unless admission to the hospital is anticipated.
For a majority of people, having COVID-19 is not a medical emergency. The condition does not require immediate medical attention unless you are having severe, life-threatening symptoms, which may include:
- Difficulty breathing
- Fever of 103 degrees or higher
- Racing heart
- Confusion or difficulty walking
- Bluish lips or face
- Severe cough or headache
- Chest pain or pressure
If you are having milder COVID-19 symptoms it is safe to stay home to recover without seeing a doctor unless severe or life-threatening symptoms develop.
Emergency Care, Orthopedic Injury Clinic or Urgent Care? Where to go for care.
Find an ER
Find a 24-hour emergency room for adult and pediatric patients.
Find an Orthopedic Injury Clinic
For sudden injuries from an accident, sports, or other physical activity, find an ortho injury clinic near you.
Find an Urgent Care
Walk-in care for minor injuries or illnesses that need to be treated the same-day.
Why choose UH Conneaut Emergency Room?
University Hospitals Conneaut Emergency Room located in Conneaut, Ohio delivers 24-hour emergency care to adult and pediatric patients in a state-of-the-art facility. Our emergency room offers immediate access to an expert team of multidisciplinary specialists and is equipped with the most advanced technology available.
Staff led by board-certified physicians and nurses within a full-service hospital
High-quality emergency care for adult and pediatric patients
Quick Heart Attack Response
EMS personnel use remote STEMI EKG readings to notify hospital staff of heart attack and to prepare for patient’s arrival
Access to care at Cleveland’s premier health care system and top-ranked specialists
Targeted temperature management therapy regulates body temperature for cardiac patients
Life Flight Availability
Safe, fast helicopter transport of critically ill or injured
Clinical Decision Unit
23-hour patient observation without a hospital admission
Free on-site, self-parking that is monitored 24/7 by security for all patients and visitors
On-site Lab and X-ray
Equipped with on-site lab and X-ray capabilities to provide results right away which allows for rapid diagnosis and immediate treatment
Provides high-quality, safe patient care to achieve excellent clinical outcomes while always considering patient needs and preferences
Treatment for Trauma and Emergencies
- Head trauma or eye injury
- Bleeding that cannot be stopped
- Brain injuries
- Severe abdominal pain
- Migraine/severe headache
Heart Attack Symptoms
Heart Attack Symptoms
- Chest pain
- Wheezing, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Tingling or discomfort
- Heartburn feeling
- Cold sweat
- Nausea or vomiting
- Very high or low vital signs such as blood pressure, heart rate or temperature
Signs of a Stroke
Signs of a Stroke
- Fainting or dizziness
- Sudden numbness or weakness
- One side of the face is drooping
- Difficulty speaking
- Difficulty seeing or blurred vision in one or both eyes
- Loss of balance/coordination
- Change in mental state
- Thoughts of suicide
- Substance abuse
- Broken bones and fractures
- Joint pain, dislocation or injury
- Blistering, large burns or extensive rash
- Tendon and ligament injuries
UH Conneaut’s Emergency Department Achievements
Designated a Level I trauma center for the ability to treat complex trauma injuries immediately
Achieved accreditation as a Chest Pain Center for reducing time to treatment during the critical early stages of a heart attack
Earned Primary Stroke Center certification stroke care
Earned the highest level designation for treatment of complex stroke by the Joint Commission
American Heart Association’s Get With The Guidelines program Achievement Awards for compliance with stroke quality measures
5 Steps of Emergency Care
- Triage – process of determining the severity of condition
- Registration – gather patient information and obtain consent for treatment
- Treatment – every patients receives treatment from a doctor or mid-level practitioner
- Reevaluation – evaluate test results to determine type of treatment
- Discharge – receive instructions to follow after leaving the emergency room
Training in Emergency Services
UH Cleveland Medical Center, in conjunction with the UH EMS Institute, is the region's leader in training and emergency care protocol development. Our emergency staff works closely with the region's EMS providers. ER physicians provide medical direction for over 30 EMS squads. Due to our strong collaboration with the EMS community we have been able to enhance our ability to provide life-saving care.
Training programs include:
- Continuing medical education
- CPR training
- Basic life support
- Advanced cardiac life support
- Pediatric advanced life support
- CPR and AED Training in schools and for the community
Insurance & Payment
We accept all major medical insurance providers, including Medical Mutual of Ohio (MMO) SuperMed. Co-pays, deductibles and items not covered by insurance are paid at the time of your visit.
For Minor Illness or Injury
If your medical condition isn’t life-threatening, a visit to a UH Urgent Care or UH Virtual Visit may be more appropriate.
Emergency Care for Kids
When your child needs emergency care, UH Rainbow Emergency Rooms offer convenient, kid-friendly medical care from board-certified physicians.