Emergency Medicine

In case of a medical emergency

  • Call 911, or go directly to the nearest hospital emergency room for immediate medical attention.
  • Notify your family doctor (primary care provider, or PCP) as soon as possible.
  • Get directions

When you are faced with a medical emergency, such as severe chest pain, shortness of breath, a head injury, broken bones or many other types of injuries, you can take comfort in knowing that our award-winning and caring staff are here to help.

Our Geriatric Emergency Medicine Department

The Geriatric Emergency Medicine Department at Mt. Ascutney has earned Level 2 accreditation from the American College of Emergency Physicians. To learn more about geriatric care at Dartmouth Health, visit the Geriatric Center of Excellence website.

Our Emergency Department staff consists of physicians, physician assistants, registered nurses, and emergency medical technicians.

We work closely with Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and other medical facilities to ensure our emergency patients have immediate transportation to other hospitals if needed.

The Emergency Department offers First Aid Courses to the community, as well as Medical Technician Training programs at the basic and intermediate level.

Meet the Emergency Medicine team

Richard A. Marasa, MD

Mt. Ascutney Hospital and Health Center

Areas of focus

  • Emergency medicine


  • Windsor

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