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A major priority for the Emergency Medicine Network (EMNet) is to maintain its unique inventory of emergency departments, or emergency rooms (ERs), in the United States. Although one may think that this information would be readily available, it actually is not. As ERs close and move and as new facilities open, sources that list ERs invariably become outdated. A simple internet search often returns unreliable results – with searches revealing closed ERs, part-time clinics, or even veterinary hospitals!
To fill this gap, EMNet created the National Emergency Department Inventory (NEDI-USA). Beginning with ER listings from multiple sources, EMNet researchers have confirmed thousands and thousands of ER listings. With continual refinement over the past 15 years, the result is that EMNet has created a truly unique national resource: the most complete, up-to-date, accurate inventory of every ER in the nation.