Emergency? Dial 911
Crook County Medical Services District's Emergency Department focuses on the injuries and illnesses a patient doesn’t see coming. Day or night, emergency medical providers and nurses are prepared for a wide variety of acute, and often time-sensitive, conditions ranging from allergic reactions to car crash injuries to heart attacks and strokes. In 2016, Crook County Medical Services District earned the status of Trauma Receiving Facility by the Wyoming Department of Health, Office of Emergency Medical Services. This recognition acknowledges the high quality of care that is provided to patients.
Crook County Medical Services District has a 88 year history of providing the residents of Sundance and surrounding areas with emergency services. Crook County Medical Services District is rated number one in patient satisfaction for a Critical Access Hospital in the state, caring for close to 845 patients from July 2017 to June 2018.
Crook County Medical Services District has a 16-bed capacity, the hospital is staffed and equipped to evaluate and manage acute illnesses or injury with resources ranging in acuity from resuscitation rooms to monitored beds and examination rooms.
In our Emergency Department you'll find a team of physicians, physician assistants, nurses and pathology assistants. Each member of our team work together to make sure you receive the best treament possible. For more information on our Emergency Department providers, click on any of the links below:
Our Emergency Department nurses have had additional training in trauma, pediatrics, and cardiac and stroke care. Several nurses have successfully completed certification exams to be certified emergency nurses.
Immediately upon arrival, all patients are greeted by a trained member of the nursing staff to identify life threatening conditions and to get treatment started quickly. All patients will have an initial assessment completed by a nurse to gain additional information once placed into an exam room for the provider to give treatment.