There when you need us. Around the clock.
The need for emergency medical attention occurs unexpectedly. For this reason, the Emergency Department at Community Hospital of San Bernardino is fully equipped with highly trained nurses and physicians with expertise in providing emergency medicine 24-hours a day, seven days a week. Our team of health care professionals is committed to provide excellence in compassionate care when you need it.
When to seek help
If you suspect a medical situation is life threatening, call 911. Highly skilled paramedics are required to be trained to care for your emergency situation while en route to the hospital.
Remember that your best source of information about your healthcare remains your personal physician. If you or someone you know is in need of a physician referral in your neighborhood, please call us to receive this free service 909.887.6333 ext. 1552.
Here is a helpful list of general symptoms to consider when deciding if you or your loved one requires emergency medical attention or urgent care:
Seek Emergency Medical Attention In Case of:
- Broken bones
- Head injury
- Inability to breath or shortness of breath
- Intense pain
- Major burns
- Numbness or paralysis of any part of the body
- Poisoning or suspected overdose
- Severe allergic reaction to an insect bite, medication or food
- Severe and persistent abdominal or chest pain
- Sudden slurred speech, visual change or weakness
- Uncontrollable bleeding
Use Urgent Care Services or Your Personal Physician for:
- Annual physicals
- Ear infections
- High fevers
- Minor burns and skin rashes
- Seasonal flu
- Sore throat
- Sprains and strains
- Minor work-related injuries
- Minor fractures
- Persistent back pains
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