Emergency and trauma care when you need it most.


HSHS St. Vincent Hospital's Emergency Department and Level II Regional Trauma Center are always ready to care for emergency and trauma patients. Our center is staffed with board-certified emergency medical physicians, an experienced team of trauma surgeons, certified emergency and trauma nurses, and other specialists available at a moment's notice.

When seconds count, you can count on HSHS St. Vincent Hospital's Regional Emergency and Trauma Center to provide the treatment needed. Trauma centers offer more extensive care than emergency departments. The difference between a trauma center and emergency room can be life and death. It's important to understand what your local hospitals offer. 

In any emergency situation, always call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency department. The emergency department team will assess the patient's condition and determine if the patient should be treated by specialists in a trauma center. 
 

Emergency Department

Emergency services provide care to people suffering injuries ranging from a fractured bone to a heart attack or stroke. Our emergency department is staffed with board certified emergency medicine physicians, nurses, and other medical experts who handle a variety of conditions. 
 

Trauma Center 

Trauma is a severe injury caused by physical force, such as a vehicle crash, gunshots, knife wounds, falls, battery or burns. A trauma center provides the best medical care—fast—so that you can increase your chances of surviving a life-threatening injury.

HSHS St. Vincent Hospital has the most experience with trauma—we’ve provided our community with a trauma center long before other hospitals in the region, verified as a Level II trauma center in 1999. Trauma verification is a rare distinction, reserved only for hospitals demonstrating the highest level of care. We are one of two Level II trauma centers in Northeast Wisconsin and one of five Level II trauma centers in the state of Wisconsin.

Our trauma center is verified by the American College of Surgeons (ACS) Committee on Trauma and designated as a Level II trauma center by the State of Wisconsin.  Level II ACS verification is the highest ranking a non-university-affiliated emergency center can attain. ACS verification confirms HSHS St. Vincent Hospital provides the highest level of trauma care possible for all injured patients, including pediatric patients.
 

Directions

Our Emergency Department and Regional Trauma Center is located at
835 S Van Buren St,
Green Bay, WI 54301


Emergencies
Use the Emergency/Trauma entrance on South Webster Ave. Valet parking is available. 

Telephone
(920) 433-0111

In any emergency situation, always call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency department. The emergency department team will assess the patient’s condition and determine if the patient should be treated by specialists in a trauma center.

Parking
Parking for family members/significant others who are attending to a loved one at the Emergency Department or Regional Trauma Center may utilize valet parking by entering the Hospital on the South Webster Ave. Emergency/Trauma entrance.

Additional parking for visitors and anyone who may be coming for inpatient care is available in the ramp on the south side of the hospital.
  • Traveling from the South on Webster Ave., turn left on to Porlier St. and then left on to S. Van Buren St. to access the parking ramp.
  • Traveling from the north on Webster Ave., turn right on to Porlier St. and then left on to S. Van Buren St. to access the parking ramp.
    • Take the elevator or stairs to the third floor (hospital access).
    • Take the skywalk (which crosses Porlier St.).
    • Upon entering the hospital, you may then take elevator or stairs to first floor, turn left off the elevator (right off the stairs) and walk down the hallway until you reach the registration desk where you may ask for directions to your destination within the hospital.
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