Lakeview Health System
Emergency Department

  Lakeview Hospital Emergency Department
927 Churchill Street West Stillwater, MN 55082 

Phone: 651-439-5330

If your situation is severe, call 911 right away.

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Emergency? We've got this.


Our trauma center is the best-resourced in the area and we're certified stroke-ready by the state of Minnesota. Our specialist emergency medicine doctors are the same physicians who staff Regions Hospital Emergency Department and will get you back on track, with an average wait time of 10 minutes or less.

Lakeview Hospital is Designated as:

Level 3 trauma hospital designation from the Minnesota Department of Health allows us to provide 24-hour immediate coverage by emergency medical physicians and prompt evaluation by general surgeons and anaesthesiologists.  

Stroke Ready
 designation from the Minnesota Department of Health allows us to treat patients suffering with signs and symptoms of a stroke in a timely manner. Learn more. 
 


Frequently Asked Questions


Where do I park? 

When you arrive to Lakeview Hospital (927 Churchill Street West Stillwater, MN 55082), you will see an Emergency Department sign located on Greeley Street. If you pull into the Emergency Department, you will see an open parking lot.

What happens when I arrive? 
When you arrive, a nurse will check your vital signs, evaluate your condition and ask about your health history. It ensures that the most seriously ill and injured patients are seen first. 

  • 24-hour emergency room physicians
  • 24-hour in-house anesthesia services
  • 24-hour on-call physician specialists

  • Can my family be with me in the Emergency Department? 
    We recommend one family member or friend is with the patient at any given time. 

    How long will I have to wait? 
    The severity of your medical issue may determine the amount of time you will be asked to wait. An emergency is a medical problem that could cause death or permanent injury if not treated immediately. Examples may include severe bleeding, severe breathing problems, and signs of stroke (such as an inability to speak or weakness on one side of the body.) Patients with emergency medical conditions will be seen immediately. 

    What is an example of a non-emergency? 

    A non-emergency is on that is not life threatening. Some common problems that would be considered non-emergencies include; earache, cold and flu symptoms, sunburn, a minor laceration, skin rash, or muscle sprain


    Meet the Team

     
    • Aaron Burnett
    • Paul Haller
    • Kara Kim
    • Emily Binstadt
    • Jeff Sikkink
    • Brian Peterson
    • Michael Zwank 

     

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