NCMH Services

Medical Director

Dr. Ron Price

ER Director

Stacy Rowlette, RN

EMS Manager

John McCarly, III, EMT-P

Contact

Emergency Department (ER)
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
803.405.7150

Patient Stories

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Martin Family

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Emergency Services

Emergency Department I Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

Emergency Ambulance Services are available throughout Newberry County with the 911 Enhanced Emergency System. Each ambulance is fully equipped for all emergencies. The most advanced Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) serves on each ambulance. The central 24-hour EMS station is located behind the hospital on Evans St. There are two 12-hour EMS stations in Whitmire and Fairview. Quick Response Vehicles are available in Pomaria and Silverstreet eight hours a day.

Emergency Department (ER)

Newberry Hospital’s Emergency Department—commonly known as the “ER”—is staffed by skilled ER physicians and nurse practitioners, who are experienced in handling all types of accidents and injuries. Patients are served according to the seriousness of their medical condition. In the case of a non-serious condition, we encourage people to contact their primary care physician whenever possible and appropriate.

Emergency Medical Services (EMS) – 911

Emergency Ambulance Services are available throughout Newberry County with the 911 Enhanced Emergency System. Each ambulance is fully equipped for all emergencies. The most advanced Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) serves on each ambulance. 

The central 24-hour EMS station is located behind the hospital on Evans St. There are two 12-hour EMS stations in Whitmire and Fairview in the Lake Murray area. Quick Response Vehicles with appropriate EMS personnel are also available in Pomaria and Silverstreet eight hours a day. 

EMS medical personnel observe South Carolina state field triage protocol. The goal of this protocol is to assure patients receive the appropriate level of care. When appropriate, patients are transported to the regional trauma care center. It is the policy of the service to transport for medical reasons only. This policy was put in place October 1, 2006.