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There is an Emergency Department, available 24/7, at each Vidant Health hospital. At Vidant Medical Center in Greenville, there is also a separate Children’s Emergency Department, specializing in emergency care for those under age 18.

Emergency departments are staffed with specialty-trained doctors, nurses and other health professionals who have access to advanced technology.

Crew members are specially trained in advanced critical care life support and transport procedures. They are equipped to provide state-of-the-art trauma and medical care for up to two critically ill patients.

Crew members have special training in life support and emergency transport procedures.

They are ready to diagnose and begin care for emergency conditions. We are fortunate in eastern North Carolina to have quick access to a Level I Adult Trauma Center and a Level II Pediatric Trauma Center at Vidant Medical Center in Greenville.

This means you will receive the highest level of trauma care available from a multidisciplinary team of trauma specialists.

So, as a patient moves, important information is immediately available to all the professionals providing care.

Vidant’s four helicopters are located in Beaufort, Nash, Craven and Wayne counties.

Both ground and air ambulances provide rapid transportation and advanced medical care to critically ill and injured patients to tertiary care centers.

Critically ill patients require the highest level of monitoring and the most advanced medical equipment.

After a traumatic injury or life-threatening illness or condition, most patients are placed in a critical care or intensive care unit until they are well enough to be moved to a step-down unit.

So, as a patient moves, important information is immediately available to all the professionals providing care.Vidant’s four helicopters are located in Beaufort, Nash, Craven and Wayne counties.Both ground and air ambulances provide rapid transportation and advanced medical care to critically ill and injured patients to tertiary care centers.Critically ill patients require the highest level of monitoring and the most advanced medical equipment.After a traumatic injury or life-threatening illness or condition, most patients are placed in a critical care or intensive care unit until they are well enough to be moved to a step-down unit.East Care’s four air units are located in Beaufort, Nash, Craven and Wayne counties.