When minor symptoms like dizziness, heartburn or stomach pain turn into a real emergency, you need to get to an emergency room fast. With 10 ERs conveniently located throughout the region, you can reach an HCA Midwest Health hospital ER near you.
And when your little one has a mishap, or those smaller aches and pains turn into a high fever or symptoms that get better and then come back even worse, our kids ERs are just a hop, skip and jump away for your entire family.
Sometimes, injuries happen like a sprained ankle or nasty cut that may not be an emergency, but you do need urgent care. With 10 urgent care locations across the metro area, we can make sure you’re seen and stitched up and cared for in no time.
Avg ER Wait Times
- Belton Regional Medical Ctr: min
- Centerpoint Medical Center: min
- Lafayette Regional Health Ctr: min
- Lee's Summit Medical Center: min
- Menorah Medical Center: min
- Overland Park Reg Med Ctr: min
- OPRMC ER at Olathe: min
- OPRMC ER of Shawnee: min
- Research Medical Center: min
- Research Med Ctr Brookside: min
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Top Symptoms Requiring ER Visits
- Head injury or other major trauma
- Heart attack or stroke
- Life-threatening conditions
- Loss of consciousness
- One-sided weakness or numbness
- Open fractures
- Severe bleeding
- Signs of heart attack/chest pain
- Severe abdominal pain
- Uncontrolled pain or bleeding
Symptom not listed? View the most searched diseases and conditions.ER Locations
ER or Urgent Care?
ER for Children
With 24-hour services, the latest technology, and caring staff, our 10 pediatric-ready emergency rooms are prepared for your little one's mishaps. In fact, our hospitals beat the national average for pediatric ER readiness and treat nearly 25,000 kids each year. Learn more about our pediatric emergency rooms.Kids ER Locations
Need Health Advice?
Need help navigating the healthcare system? Good health is important to everyone. And our Healthcare Center is just the tool you need to make better informed decisions about your own care and coverage.
Nurses On-Call: For health information and advice from registered nurses who are available 24/7, call 1-800-386-9355.
Emergency? Dial 911. Listen to your body. If your symptoms appear life-threatening, don't drive. Call for an ambulance.