If you think you may be experiencing a medical emergency, immediately call your doctor or 911.
As a Level IV Trauma Center, we provide initial evaluation, stabilization, and diagnostic services for people with severe injuries. Trauma-trained nurses and board-certified physicians are ready to treat those patients upon arrival to the emergency department. BCCH also delivers a variety of surgeries and critical care services for trauma patients as necessary.
Our hospital can also arrange for appropriate transfer to a higher-level trauma care facility when needed. An AirMed helicopter ambulance is available 24/7 just minutes away at Brigham City Community Hospital’s sister hospital, Ogden Regional Medical Center.
BCCH's Trauma Designation
Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services and Preparedness, designed Brigham City Community Hospital as a Level IV Trauma Center. This designation recognizes our hospital’s efforts to better serve severely injured patients with high-quality trauma care.
To earn this recognition, the trauma team at Brigham City Community Hospital actively advocated for trauma system development, enhanced our emergency services to include trauma care, and worked to deliver it quickly and efficiently. As a result, UDOH certified that our community hospital meets all standards of care related to trauma treatment in Utah.
Additionally, our emergency room nurses are certified by the Trauma Nurse Corp Course (TNCC).