It is important to get care for urgent needs. We have taken many steps to keep our emergency departments safe to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Here's how we continue to protect you during emergency care:
Call 911 for all life-threatening emergencies such as a heart attack or stroke. It is important to be seen immediately. Minutes matter for these situations, so do not delay. Play the video below to learn more from Neurointerventional Specialist Pankajavalli Ramakrishnan, M.D.
Here are signs and symptoms of stroke:
Common heart attack symptoms to look for include:
We have options for urgent situations that are not life-threatening. Our M.D. Express centers offer a variety of services to help treat urgent situations. There are six convenient locations and most are open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week. There is no appointment necessary. You can be seen at a center near you for common illnesses such as ear/sinus infections, asthma, stomach-ache and injuries such as muscle sprains or burns. Click here to find an M.D. Express near you.