The Emergency Department is equipped to respond to any kind of emergency.
The Emergency Department at KCH is staffed and equipped for emergencies and patient services 24 hours a day 7 days a week. A physician is on call at all times. Our nurses have advanced training in Cardiac Life Support, Trauma, Pediatrics, and Stroke. We take the needs of our community very seriously and strive to do what is necessary to provide superior care.
The Emergency Department treats approximately 2700 patients annually, which includes travelers at nearby locations such as, Coral Pink Sand Dunes, Grand Canyon, Lake Powell, Grand Staircase National Monument, and various hiking, biking, horse and ATV trails.
Space is limited in the Emergency Department and due to privacy issues we ask that visitors are limited to one per patient in the Emergency Department. Priority is given to the most seriously ill or injured and then care is based on the order of patient sign-in. Space is limited so we ask that only one visitor be allowed at the bedside, however, in the case of small children both parents may come into the ER.
Medical advice can not be given over the phone.
If you’re experiencing an emergency, call 9-1-1.
Location: 355 N. Main, Kanab, UT 84741
Advanced EMT Ambulance Services
These dedicated individuals respond to emergency calls over approximately 6,000 square miles. Kane County EMTs are quasi volunteer, meaning most of them hold full-time jobs and respond to ambulance calls after work, on weekends or when necessary from their place of employment. They don’t do it for the money but rather to be of service to their communities and visiting travelers.
We have base response teams in Kanab, Alton/Cedar Mountain, Glendale/Orderville/Mt. Carmel and Big Water, all are located in Kane County. Our Emergency Medical Technicians also respond to: Fredonia, Grand Canyon North Rim, House Rock Valley, Jacob Lake, and Lee’s Ferry, AZ.
Contact: Stuart Willioughby
We are staffed with highly trained personnel and feature state-of-the-art equipment.
In a small town like Kanab our patients are our neighbors, therefore we treat our patients like family.