Emergency Room - Spring, TX - St. Luke's Health

Emergency Room - St. Luke's Health - Spring, TX

Address

3515 Rayford Rd

Spring, TX 77386

Hours

Monday Open 24 hours

Tuesday Open 24 hours

Wednesday Open 24 hours

Thursday Open 24 hours

Friday Open 24 hours

Saturday Open 24 hours

Sunday Open 24 hours

This location is closed as of March 17 to help with staffing at our sister facilities and mitigate COVID-19 risk to our workforce and community. To find another nearby ER click here

Convenient Emergency Room Services in Spring, Texas

Now, the high-quality emergency care you deserve is closer than ever. St. Luke’s Health Emergency Room–Spring, a department of St. Luke's Health–The Woodlands Hospital, offers the resources of the Texas Medical Center in your neighborhood, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

St. Luke’s Health ERs are staffed by emergency-trained physicians and nurses, as well as licensed radiology and laboratory technologists. We provide care to people of all ages with minor and major injuries or illnesses without the long wait typically experienced at a hospital emergency department.

If you believe you have a life-threatening emergency, please call 911. You can request the ambulance take you to a St. Luke’s Health Emergency Room.

Emergency Services Without the Wait

We offer emergency care for all ages with less wait time. As a hospital-affiliated ER, patients can expect to have access to on-call specialists and seamless admission to a St. Luke’s Health hospital when necessary. If you would like to check in online for your emergency visit, choose your arrival time below.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you believe you have a life-threatening emergency, please call 911. You can request the ambulance take you to a St. Luke’s Health Emergency Room.

While urgent care clinics and emergency rooms have similarities (they’re open 24/7 and accept walk-ins), they also have many differences. Emergency rooms can treat any condition that an urgent care facility can treat, but the reverse is not true. Emergency rooms tend to have more medical professionals on staff and have a greater range of capabilities. Patients at our emergency rooms also benefit from seamless admission to the nearest St. Luke’s Health hospital, if necessary.

Emergency care is any type of medical service necessary for the prevention of death or severe harm to a patient.

If you experience any life-threatening symptoms, a trip to the emergency room is necessary. These include:

  • Shortness of breath
  • Fever in babies and toddlers
  • Chest pain
  • Loss of consciousness
  • Sudden changes in speech
  • Trauma
  • Excessive bleeding
  • Etc.

If you think you may be experiencing a life-threatening emergency, call 911 immediately. You can request that they take you to a St. Luke’s Health emergency room.

Patients can go to the emergency room for any symptom, but it isn’t always the best option. For example, a patient could seek emergency care for the common cold. However, they may end up waiting for an extended amount of time, as emergency rooms prioritize patients with life-threatening conditions, even if they arrive later. If the condition is not life-threatening and you can reasonably wait for treatment, a virtual or in-person visit with a specialist may be a cheaper and more efficient option.

It is safe to go to the ER during the COVID-19 pandemic. We have implemented additional safety procedures, including mandatory mask-wearing, social distancing, and innovative cleaning techniques, to keep our patients as safe as possible. In fact, avoiding the emergency room due to the pandemic can be dangerous, as putting off care for a medical emergency can result in severe complications.

Services & Specialties

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