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Emergency Department

501 S. Burma Ave.
Gillette, WY 82716

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Bret Birrer, MD
Peter Chase, MD
Tyler Dickey, MD
Scott Diering, MD
Jonathan Hayden, MD
Mark Kellam, MD
Stan Lawson, MD
Ted Lawson, MD
Michael Stolpe, MD

All the Emergency Care Department physicians are Board Certified in Emergency Medicine.

Campbell County Memorial Hospital's Emergency Care Department, or Emergency Room, provides 24/7 services for patients of all ages and is responsible for the immediate treatment of any medical, surgical or psychiatric emergency; initiating life-saving procedures in all types of emergency situations and providing emergency care for chronic conditions.

Campbell County Memorial Hospital is designated as an Area Trauma Hospital by the state of Wyoming Department of Public Health Emergency Services. The Trauma Nurse Coordinator and Trauma Medical Director/ED Director lead a multidisciplinary team to ensure appropriate provision of trauma care.

Staff includes: Registered nurses certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, crisis prevention, CPR, Emergency Trauma Nursing and Emergency Pediatric Nursing. Many are also certified in Advanced Burn Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, and Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners.

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Patients are waiting less in the Emergency Department!

Door-to-Doc times dropped from 54 minutes in February 2015 to 36 minutes in August 2015!

ED by the Numbers in 2014

- 23,348 patient visits
- 4,766 injury-related cases including 1,594 pediatric
- 35 RNs on staff with 100% certified or receiving certification in 4 emergency areas

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In 2016, Campbell County Health (CCH) is redesigning its website,, to help the organization provide the best quality care to our patients and residents. To begin this effort, we are asking the public to answer a six-question survey on what items they would like to have on our website. The survey should take no more than five minutes to complete and will closed at noon on Friday, January 29.