Haggen Family Emergency & Trauma Center


 

The Haggen Family Emergency & Trauma Center is a 48-bed Level II Trauma Center. We have a full staff of board-certified emergency physicians who see patients 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Anyone can be seen, including children and adults experiencing trauma, medical problems, emergent or non-urgent needs.

Directions

The Haggen Family Emergency and Trauma Center is adjacent to Northwest Medical Center. Parking is available for emergency patients directly outside of the emergency room; enter through the Main Campus parking area and you'll find emergency parking immediately on your right. There are two doors near the emergency parking area; one is for ambulances and the other, smaller door is for emergent patient drop-off.

For more information, please contact us.

Level II Trauma Designation

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), injuries are the leading cause of death for children and adults ages one to 44. Injuries occur in many ways, including motor vehicle crashes, motorcycle crashes, falls, pedestrian injuries, bicycle crashes, and sport injuries as well as from penetrating injuries, such as gunshot wounds and stab wounds. Outcomes from traumatic injuries have been shown to be improved when those who are injured are cared for in designated trauma centers.

Our Level II designation sends a clear message to those we serve in the North Region, including Whatcom, Island, Skagit, Snohomish, and San Juan counties: You will receive the best trauma care possible, close to home.​

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