The RMH Emergency Department is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Serving 7,000 visitors per year, our state-of-the-art department and caring staff are prepared to handle a wide range of problems from minor illnesses to life-threatening events. We work toward prompt evaluation, with appropriate and safe treatment, of your varied concerns.
For medical issues that go beyond the capabilities of our local resources, we refer patients from the ER to a wide variety of specialists and hospitals including Methodist, St. Vincent, and Riley Children’s Hospital. If needed, air emergency transport services are available from St. Vincent StatFlight. Our partnership with St. Vincent Emergency Physicians allows us to continue the excellent care you have come to expect at Rush Memorial Hospital Emergency Department.
Always available, the Rush Memorial Hospital Emergency Department is…Committed to You, Close to Home.
Blake Grider, MD
St. Vincent’s Emergency Physicians
Medical Director, RMH Emergency Department
Dr. Blake Grider, of St. Vincent’s Emergency Physicians, is the Medical Director of the RMH Emergency Department. Dr. Grider is certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine and has five years of experience working in emergency medicine at St Vincent’s. Dr. Grider and the rest of our Emergency Room Physicians are partners in Vituity Physician Partnership and Healthcare Staffing Solutions.
24 hours a day / 7 days a week
Shelia Browning, Director of Emergency Department Phone: (765) 932-7632 Fax: (765) 932-7433
“To Your Health” Podcast
RMH Emergency Room Improvements
Listen to Dr. Blake Grider, the Medical Director of the RMH Emergency Room and board-certified Emergency Medicine Specialist, discuss recent improvements at the RMH ER. Improvements include shorter wait times and recruitment of additional full-time, board certified, Emergency Medicine Specialists. Dr. Grider explains how Covid-19 has affected the emergency room, and why is it important for patients to seek immediate care when faced with an emergency. He also talks about summer safety and ways to avoid a trip to the emergency room.