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Emergency Services

Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital is improving our Emergency Department (ED) services to better serve our community. We're now staffed with well-regarded emergency medicine physicians and have introduced a new hospitalist program to provide integrated, collaborative care for Emergency Department patients, as well as those who are staying in the hospital.

Emergency Department physicians see patients in the ED and also extend care if patients are admitted. This new process benefits patients in several ways:

Hospitalists are knowledgeable about the patient's condition and all aspects of his or her needs.
Hospitalists coordinate with other caregivers in the hospital, such as nursing, physical therapy,    dietary, pharmacy, and social services for a holistic approach.
Hospitalists are more readily available for hospitalized patients than doctors who have outside    offices.
The patient's own doctor will resume care after discharge, but if a patient doesn't have a    physician, the hospitalist will help choose a provider.

Always here 24/7
A Level IV trauma facility
Centrally located in the middle of West Virginia, right off I-79 and Corridor H
Qualified to manage cardiac, trauma, neonates, pediatrics, elderly and obstetric patients
Staffed with physicians and mid-level providers with a focus on primary care
Staffed by Registered Nurses trained in Cardiac, Trauma and Pediatrics
Able to provide medical transport and critical-care transport services
Able to provide aero-medical service with multiple companies
Provides community outreach programs in injury prevention


Emergency Services Providers:

Michael Gregory, D.O.
Emergency Services, Family Medicine

Tyler Hall, D.O.
Emergency Services

Robert P. Snuffer, D.O.
Emergency Services, Family Medicine

Mark Harris, PA-C
Emergency Services

Lindsey Loutsenhizer, PA-C
Emergency Services

Erik Robey, PA-C
Emergency Services

Wesley Saher, D.O.
Emergency Services


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