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(281) 789-3400

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(281) 503-8160

Always in, always here for you.

America’s ER Medical Centers are open 24/7/365 for all of your healthcare needs.

We are working diligently at both locations to provide you with the best medical care possible. Whether your concern is chest or abdominal pain, kidney stones, a broken leg, or your child’s sore throat. 

At America’s ER Medical Centers, your Doctor is always in.

 

Our Services

Emergency Room

When you or a loved one are sick or injured, you want the best care possible – and fast.

Urgent Care

Our 24/7 Urgent Care Center provides exceptional care for urgent but not serious injuries.

Pediatrics

Our ER staff are specifically trained and equipped to handle pediatric emergencies.

Lab Services

CLIA-certified laboratory meets the nation’s most stringent requirements.

Physicals & Immunizations

Need that last minute sports physical and can’t get into your doctor’s office for another two weeks?

Radiology

A convenient service we offer is 24/7 digital imaging and same day exam results, in most cases.

What does it cost?

At America’s ER Medical Centers, we know the cost of healthcare can be expensive. That’s one reason we designed our Medical Centers to house both an Emergency Room and 24/7 Urgent Care Center.

Besides convenience, we want to provide the communities we serve exceptional medical care at appropriate and competitive prices—ALL day, everyday.

Both the ER and Urgent Care Center accept all major private insurance, and other payment options are also available to help keep your out-of-pocket cost as low as possible.

The staff and doctors were amazing. Great place……much better than an ER. Couldn’t thank them enough for helping my son.

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