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Memorial Emergency Department makes changes to Ease Congestion and Improve Service

GULFPORT, Miss. — In order to relieve congestion in the emergency department and better serve patients with medical emergencies, non-urgent patients will be redirected to walk-in clinics.
Beginning November 1, those patients determined to have conditions that are not medical emergencies will be required to pay their insurance copay or pay a $200 deposit toward the cost of care before receiving treatment for non-urgent care. Qualified ER providers will make the determination of emergency status.
Non-urgent patients will be given information about Memorial Walk-In Clinic locations as well as a list of other urgent care facilities and clinics. Walk-in clinics provide care generally quicker and less costly than an emergency department. Memorial Hospital now offers 15 walk-in clinics along the Gulf Coast, many are open after 5 p.m. and on weekends.
Memorial has a Joint Commission Certified Primary Stroke Program. Memorial also operates the only Neuro Interventional Catheterization Lab on the Coast and the only Interventional Cardiac Catheterization Lab in Harrison County.  Our Cardiovascular Center’s four cardiac catheterization labs provide immediate access to life-saving interventions for chest pain patients.  Memorial is the only state designated Level II Trauma Center serving the Mississippi Gulf Coast.  As a Level II Trauma Center, Memorial provides initial care to severely injured trauma patients utilizing a full range of trauma capabilities, including the emergency department’s Trauma ER, diagnostic imaging, full-service surgical suite, and intensive care unit. Memorial is the only hospital providing full coverage neurosurgical services, as well as coverage for orthopedic and cardiothoracic surgery among other specialties.

Memorial is the only Level II Trauma Center serving Harrison

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