Our Emergency Center offers treatment and stabilization of urgent medical conditions for all ages. Open around the clock, the center is staffed by a dedicated team of emergency physicians and experienced nurses. Having undergone a major expansion and renovation in 2013-2014, the Emergency Center at Greater Heights was redesigned to expedite patient care through admission, treatment and discharge.
Emergency Center improvements include:
A diagnostic center with 24-hour radiology coverage adjoins the Emergency Center for rapid testing and diagnosis.
It’s important to note that your primary care physician’s office is best for non-emergency care. Or, you may visit the Neighborhood Health Center, an appropriate alternative to emergency center care for non-urgent conditions, located directly behind Memorial Hermann Greater Heights Hospital.
The Memorial Hermann Greater Heights Hospital Emergency Room is located at the intersection of 610 North and Ella Blvd on the Southwest corner.
In an emergency, don’t hesitate to go to the ER. If your condition is not urgent, call your personal physician first.
When to call 911 or go to an emergency room immediately?
If you have symptoms of heart attack or stroke, or feel that your “life or limb” is in danger, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room immediately.
Memorial Hermann hospitals and Convenient Care Centers treat patients of all ages.
With Emergency Rooms located throughout the greater Houston area, the award-winning Memorial Hermann Life Flight air ambulance program and the services of Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center, a Level I Trauma center, Memorial Hermann offers the most comprehensive network of emergency services available in southeast Texas. Each year, some 400,000 people seek treatment in a Memorial Hermann ER.
If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.