Call 911 immediately if you or someone you are with has:
- Chest pain
- Inability to breathe
- Symptoms of a stroke
- Severe bleeding
- Severe head, back or neck injury
These are serious medical emergencies that require immediate care. When you call 911, the EMTs and paramedics can begin evaluation, and in some cases treatment, as soon as they arrive.
For other emergency medical needs, knowing the best place to go for care means you could save time and money. Should you choose Memorial's Emergency Department, Primary Care or ExpressCare? Learn more.