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Emergency Medicine

Call 580-531-4786

Common emergency conditions

  • Traumatic accidents
  • Broken bones
  • Ingestion or exposure to harmful chemicals
  • Severe burn injuries
  • Chest pain
  • Large or deep lacerations
  • Respiratory distress
  • Allergic reactions
  • Abdominal pain
  • High fever

The emergency department is equipped with technology useful in diagnosing and treating most illnesses and diseases. Flight-transfer services are available as necessary. The emergency department should never be used in place of a patient’s primary care provider. Our physicians and staff complete comprehensive medical examinations to diagnose, treat and care for patients in a timely fashion. Additional instructions and medications may be given upon discharge. Patients should schedule routine and follow up appointments with their primary care physicians after visiting the emergency department.

If you need assistance with finding a primary care physician, you can find a list of providers accepting new patients here.

Where is the Emergency Department?

The entrance to the emergency department is located on the west side of the campus, off Mark Edwards Drive, south of Lee Boulevard. There are signs on both roads to indicate where to turn.