Mainland Hospital emergency room (ER)
When you need emergency care, you want the ER closest to you and deserve an ER with highly qualified doctors and a reputation for fast, compassionate care. HCA Houston Healthcare Mainland promises that we are here to help you through any medical emergency.
If you think you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 immediately. To speak to someone in our emergency department, call us at (409) 938-5112.
Our board-certified ER doctors, nurses and specialists provide the highest quality emergency care. We have advanced certifications in cardiac life support, pediatric advanced life support, trauma care and crisis intervention. In addition, HCA Houston Mainland also provides advanced emergency care as a:
- Primary PCI Center for chest pain-related illnesses
- Designated Level IV Trauma Center
- Primary Stroke Center designated by the Joint Commission
What to do in an emergency
Emergencies can come in many forms, from a broken arm to a bad stomach flu, and they are not always obvious. You may even find yourself worrying about going to an ER and finding out your emergency was not really an emergency. But in that moment, making the decision to call 911 or go to an ER could save your life.
If your symptoms are related to a potential heart attack or stroke, call 911–even if there is someone to drive you to the ER.
Our emergency room medical technicians can begin assessing your condition over the phone and can provide better treatment on the way to the ER.
But, if you are experiencing an emergency, do not try to drive yourself to the ER. Your condition could cause you to get in an accident, which could worsen your situation or create an emergency for someone else. Just as important, an ambulance will not get stuck in traffic.
Emergency care at HCA Houston Healthcare
Emergency care is the treatment of emergent medical conditions. It is generally performed in an emergency room, but can also refer to treatment in an ambulance. Emergency medicine physicians may treat patients with injuries or infections, in addition to life-threatening conditions.Learn about Emergency care