Marin General hospital has served the North Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area since 1952. The Marin General emergency department is a Level III trauma center (http://www.maringeneral.org). Patients are treated 24 hours a day, seven days a week by board-certified emergency physicians, experienced emergency nurses, and other specially trained staff whose mission is to deliver high-quality medical care and provide patient satisfaction.
|Services||Emergency Medicine, Scribe|
|Annual ED Visits||39100|
One of the nine Bay Area counties, Marin is linked to San Francisco by the Golden Gate Bridge and to the East Bay by the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge. It is bordered on the north and northeast by Sonoma County and on the west by the Pacific Ocean. From the tidal flats of the coastline to the slopes of Mount Tamalpais, rising 2,600 feet above sea level, the dense stands of redwood and pine to the inland grasslands and exposed rocky areas, and the coastal fogs that temper the warm inland temperatures in summer, the 520 square miles of Marin County offer a wide variety of topography, climate, wildlife and vegetation.