When an emergency arises, it’s comforting to know that world-class care is right around the corner. Our ER is staffed at all times by highly trained and board-certified physicians and registered nurses, including 24/7 neurosurgeons at the ready.
Memorial Medical Center offers Accredited Chest Pain and Primary Stroke Centers. We stand at the ready to quickly provide specialized medicine for neurologic and cardiac emergencies. As a Primary Stroke Center, our Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center team is trained to act fast to treat stroke symptoms. This comprehensive program includes protocols in our emergency room, interventional care and if necessary the support of our 24/7 neurosurgical team for the best possible outcome. Remember that time is brain tissue. If you experience any signs of a stroke don’t ignore them and seek medical treatment quickly.
We intently focus on better patient outcomes and higher overall satisfaction. Our team is committed to providing the highest level of expertise and equipment, and a level of compassion you would expect from caregivers devoted to whole person health.
Urgent Care vs. Emergency Care
Utilize Florida Hospital Urgent Care when your primary care physician is unavailable, if you don’t have a primary care physician, or for the following non-emergency needs:
- Abscess incision and drainage
- Allergic reactions
- Athlete’s foot/fungus infection
- Burns from heat or chemical exposure
- Diaper rash
- Ear infection
- Eye infection
- Flu symptoms
- Gastrointestinal disorders
- Insect bites
- Itchy skin
- Runny nose
- Sinus infection
- Skin allergy
- Skin infections
- Sore throat
- STD testing and treatment
- Stomachaches and stomach pains
- Urinary tract infections
- Wound infection
Visit our healthcare partner directory to find a primary physician.
When to go to the Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center Emergency Department:
- Life-threatening conditions
- Heart attack or stroke
- Open fractures
- Severe bleeding
- Chest pain
- Head injury or other major trauma
- One-sided weakness or numbness
- Loss of consciousness
- Severe abdominal pain
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, please call 9-1-1 immediately.