Emergency Services at Medical City Weatherford
713 East Anderson St.
Weatherford, TX 76086
We are prepared. Every minute counts in a health-related emergency. As a Level IV trauma center, Medical City Weatherford is there for you with experienced trauma-trained doctors and nurses ready to lend a helping, healing hand when you most need it. We are also dedicated. In fact, we pledge to do our best to make emergency service at Medical City Weatherford ER as quick and efficient as we possibly can.
Specialized Pediatric Emergency Rooms
In addition to advanced, comprehensive adult emergency care, Medical City Weatherford offers full-service emergency diagnosis and treatment for infants and children of all ages. It’s like having the pediatric emergency care of Medical City Children’s Hospital in your neighborhood — so you don’t have to go to a children’s hospital to find expert pediatric ER care close to home. Our staff and specially trained physicians provide the highest quality healthcare according to guidelines for care set by the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American College of Emergency Physicians and the Emergency Nurses Association.
Fast Emergency Help for Serious Symptoms
Not every ache, pain or concern will send you to an ER, but here are some symptoms you should always take seriously (and to the nearest emergency room). But don’t worry, we’re removing the wait across Medical City ERs to make sure you get the help you need fast.
Sharp Stomach Pain
If something tells you your stomach pain is serious, listen to your “gut.” If pain is severe or comes with stomach tenderness, vomiting or dizziness — call 911 or go to your nearest ER.
Sometimes back pain isn’t about your back at all. If it’s continuous, severe or comes with a high fever, leg weakness or loss of bladder/bowel control, seek out an emergency room.
Out of Breath
We probably don’t need to tell you to call 911 or head to the nearest ER if you’re having trouble breathing—but we just did.
Breaks & Aches
If you think it might be broken, or a bump to the head leads to dizziness, nausea or unconsciousness, or it just plain hurts, a lot, anywhere — head to the ER.
If you are experiencing an emergency, call 911.