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Children’s Emergency
Adult Emergency

Sexual Assault Program


When do I go to the Emergency Department?
If you think it’s urgent, go immediately to the Emergency Department or dial 911 for an ambulance. Go to an Emergency Department for any of the following:

  • Heart attack
  • Major trauma
  • Head injury
  • Amputation
  • Severe difficulty in breathing
  • Unconsciousness
  • Severe bleeding
  • Deep cut
  • Foreign body in the eyes or ears
  • High fever in an infant or toddler
  • Chest pain
  • Signs of serious infection
  • Sexual Assault

Find your right care
All health matters are important. Many health matters are urgent. But not every illness or injury is an emergency. Knowing where to go will improve your care:
Emergency, Connected Care, Walk-In Clinic, or Family Doctor?
Click here for an easy reference guide.

If you are still uncertain:

Call 911 or Health Links at 204-788-8200 or toll-free 1-888-315-9257.



Emergency Services

Children's Emergency

Adult Emergency

Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner