As the only Level IV emergency center in East Harris County, the ER at East Houston Regional Medical Center is your first choice during an emergency. We make sure you get the care you deserve as quickly as possible with our unique combination of specially trained staff, advanced equipment and extensive experience. We treat all your emergency needs as well as any acute care conditions and symptoms you might have, such as abdominal pain, respiratory difficulty, animal/snake bites, and more.
What’s in our ER
Our emergency room offers:
- Board-certified ER doctors
- ER nurses with superior training in advanced cardiac and pediatric life support and trauma care
- Specialty physicians on call for cardiology, surgery, internal medicine, orthopedics, and gynecology
- Spanish and other language interpreters
- X-ray, lab, CT scan, and ultrasound testing
We are an accredited Chest Pain Center as designated by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care.
For more information about emergency services at East Houston Regional Medical Center, please call (713) 393-2118. Or, if this is an emergency, call 911.
Ongoing Education for the Community
As the nearest ER serving East Houston, we are focused on the safety of the community. We support the community with continuing educational opportunities on topics like:
- Bicycle safety
- Driving safety
- Car seat safety
- Drowning prevention
- Fall prevention
We also host quarterly trauma education luncheons for hospital personnel and emergency service providers.
In addition to the ER at East Houston Regional Medical Center, 24/7 emergency clinics are also available at:
Bayshore Medical Center
4000 Spencer Highway
Pasadena, TX 77504
Bayshore Medical Center 24 Hour Emergency Center
6002 Fairmont Parkway
Pasadena, TX 77505
When to Go to the ER
Emergencies aren’t always obvious, “we need to get to an ER now!” kind-of moments. But in those moments, making the decision to call 911 or go to an ER could save a life.
“I don’t want to ‘cry wolf’…”
Our efficient express care system to treat conditions you might be tempted to stay home with or suffer through, like fevers, migraines, sprains, and symptoms of flu or dehydration. Remember, sometimes a quick trip to the ER can prevent a stay in the hospital.