Stone County Hospital’s Emergency Department is a Level IV Trauma Center providing urgent care and treatments of serious conditions in Stone County. Our Emergency Room consists of five beds that are open 24/7 to meet your urgent medical needs. We can often see patients immediately; however, we do prioritize patients according to the severity of their illness or injury.
You should visit the Emergency Room if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:
- Uncontrolled Bleeding
- Chest Pain
- Shortness of Breath or Difficulty Breathing
- Possible Bone Fractures or Sprains
- Fall with Injury
- Severe Burn
- Large Abscess
- Nausea & Vomiting with Abdominal Pain
- Allergic Reaction
- Extremely Low or High Blood Sugar
- Extremely Low or High Blood Pressure
- Signs of Stroke: Slurred Speech or Facial Drooping
- Abdominal Pain
- Suicidal/Homicidal Thoughts
- Unexplained Altered Mental Status
- Other Urgent Medical Needs
To contact the Emergency Room, call 601.928.6628. In the event of an emergency, call 911.
The Stone County Hospital Ambulance Service provides both emergent and non-emergent transport service for our residents. Our advanced life support ambulances are stocked with cardiac monitors that perform 12 lead EKGs, the industry standard for transporting critical patients. In addition, our ambulances feature advanced airway supplies, equipment to monitor pulse, oxygen and blood pressure levels, arterial gas functions, along with medications to treat most urgent care conditions.
Our staff of approximately 30 EMTs and paramedics is nationally registered, with most of our personnel having 7-10 years of experience. Many of them are life long residents of Stone County, and several hold positions with the fire service and law enforcement here.
In addition to our 24 hours of 911 coverage, we also provide transportation for the critically sick and injured patients from our Emergency Room to other facilities. We also provide ambulances for many of the community and sporting events in the area.
Call 601.528.9115 for non-emergency transport and 911 in case of an emergency.