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Emergency Room in Roundup, MT

Get the Treatment You Need Close to Home

Visitation in the ER is one visitor per patient. Pediatric patients are allowed two guardians.

Nobody plans for a medical emergency, but you can rely on our team at Roundup Memorial Healthcare to be there when one occurs. Our 4-bed Emergency Department is staffed with a highly trained nurses and certified nurse assistants 24/7. Musselshell County residents can turn to us for high-quality medical care and know that there’s no need to travel 50+ miles away to see a doctor when our full-service emergency room is just right to meet your needs and is open 24/7, because we care about our community.

To learn more about Roundup Memorial Healthcare, contact us or call (406) 323-2301.

We deliver 24-hour Emergency and Trauma Care to the residents of Musselshell County and surrounding areas. Roundup Memorial is certified as a level 5 trauma center and works closely with both trauma centers in Billings, Montana to provide the highest level of care for our patients.

We take pride in our compassionate medical care with drastically shorter wait times than the larger hospitals. Our registered nurses are all ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support) certified, and also have training in PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support), ENPC (Emergency Nursing Pediatric Course), and TNCC (Trauma Nurse Core Curriculum).

The following services are also available:

  • Medical Imaging including Ultrasound, EKG, X-Ray, and a brand-new CT scan
  • A large menu of Laboratory Diagnostics
  • Referrals to specialized physicians including cardiologists, orthopedic surgeons, neurosurgeons, and other areas of specialty.
  • Ground Ambulance Transportation via Musselshell County Ambulance
  • Air Ambulance and Helicopter Transport if warranted for a higher level of care

When Should I Go to the Emergency Room?

We encourage you to come to the emergency room for medical problems such as these:

  • Breathing difficulties
  • Broken bones
  • Chest pain
  • Traumatic sports injuries
  • High fevers
  • Severe cuts, wounds, strains, or sprains
  • Head injuries like concussions
  • Serious dehydration
  • Sudden abdominal pain
  • And more