Dignity Health Neighborhood Hospitals
Dignity Health - St. Rose Dominican brings emergency care to your neighborhood!
Moving health forward
Dignity Health - St. Rose Dominican offers the dedicated emergency medical care you deserve - in your own neighborhood! You have our promise that we will treat your emergency with the same swift, expert attention we would for our families.
Four neighborhood hospitals
Dignity Health - St. Rose Dominican has four neighborhood hospitals in the greater Las Vegas area. These neighborhood hospitals are designed specifically to increase access to high-quality emergency care in underserved metropolitan areas. Our neighborhood hospitals offer additional convenient locations in Las Vegas, closer to where you live, work, and play.
- Blue Diamond Campus: 4855 Blue Diamond Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89139
- North Las Vegas Campus: 1550 W. Craig Rd., North Las Vegas, NV 89032
- Sahara Campus: 4980 W. Sahara Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89146
- West Flamingo Campus: 9892 W. Flamingo Rd., Las Vegas, NV 89147
Board-certified physicians, experienced nurses and other clinical specialists staff the neighborhood hospitals, which feature:
- The first level of each neighborhood hospital features a comprehensive emergency department, an inpatient wing, imaging, and quick-access lab services.
- Other floors will house Dignity Health Medical Group practices, Dignity Health Wellness Centers, physical therapy clinics, additional physician offices, and other services to support community health needs.
- All neighborhood hospitals are open and operate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, offering patients the highest levels of care in a smaller campus setting.
St. Rose Dominican entered into an agreement with Emerus, a nationally recognized innovator in the delivery of efficient medical care, to build and manage these sites and to lay the groundwork for additional facilities through the region.
This highly efficient model has been successful in both Colorado, Texas, and Idaho creating shorter wait times in their fully functioning emergency departments, while decompressing the burden of current ERs.