Campbell County Memorial Hospital is designated as an Area Trauma Hospital
by Wyoming Trauma Program from the Wyoming Department of Health Emergency
Campbell County Memorial Hospital's Emergency Department (ED) 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.
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.
Emergency vs. Urgency
Ever wonder where the line between emergency and urgent care falls? Sometimes,
it’s hard to tell. As a general rule of thumb, go to the Emergency
Department (ED) when it seems life threatening, like a heart attack or
poisoning. Go to the walk-in clinic when it is serious but not life threatening,
and needs to be seen today, not tomorrow. Remember, call 911 if the situation
seems immediately life threatening.
What to expect in the Emergency Department
The CCMH Emergency Department is staffed 24-hours a day, seven days a week
by physicians and a compassionate medical staff who all specialize in
emergency medicine. Learn what you can expect
Tips to Smooth Your Visit
In an emergency, you may not be able to tell your care providers about
your complete medical history or you may be unavailable if your child
needs attention in the emergency department of your local hospital.
Here are four tips
that can smooth your visit.
Who will take care of me?
As a patient in the Emergency Department (ED) you will be cared for by
a team of highly skilled professionals.
Admitted to CCMH
If you are admitted to the hospital, your care will be transferred to your
primary care physician or a
Hospitalist. A hospitalist is a doctor who specializes in caring for patients in the
hospital. The hospitalists communicate closely with your primary care
physician throughout your hospital stay.
If you are dissatisfied with the care you receive at any time during your
healthcare experience, please tell a nurse or doctor before you leave
so we can address your concerns. You may also call
Patient Experience directly at 307.688.1530.
We also encourage you to recognize staff who may have gone above and beyond
in delivering your care. Excellence Every Day cards are available upon
request, located in wood boxes hanging in the ED lobby or
CCMH Granted Area Trauma Hospital Designation
Campbell County Memorial Hospital (CCMH), a Campbell County Health (CCH)
entity, has received designation as an Area Trauma Hospital by the Wyoming
Trauma Program. The Trauma Site Review was conducted April 18, 2018, and
the designation was awarded for a three year period-up for review in 2021.
How you were cared for is very important to Campbell County Memorial Hospital
Emergency Department. Please take a minute to complete this nine question
confidential survey and let us know how we are doing.
Take the survey
Find the CCMH Emergency Department at
Location: Campbell County Memorial Hospital, 501 S. Burma Ave., Gillette, Wyoming 82716
Manager: Marie Edwards, RN