If you are experiencing a medical emergency, please contact 911 or seek medical attention immediately.
Please fill out the information above to notify us you are coming in. The process doesn't begin your medical evaluation, schedule an appointment for you, or reserve a patient room or ER bed. Patients with severe medical conditions always receive priority attention in our ER.
ER wait times are approximate and provided for informational purposes only. If you are having a medical emergency, call 9-1-1.
The ER wait time represents the time it takes to see a qualified medical professional, defined as a Doctor of Medicine (MD), Doctor of Osteopathy (DO), Physician Assistant (PA) or Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP).
ER wait times represent a four-hour rolling average updated every 30 minutes, and is defined as the time of patient arrival until the time the patient is greeted by a qualified medical professional. Patients are triaged at arrival and are then seen by a qualified medical professional in priority order based on their presenting complaint and reason for visit.
We accept all major insurance plans.
Wesley Medical Center is prepared and equipped to treat pediatric patients 24/7. Additionally, our pediatric ER – an area of the emergency department tailored to our younger patients – is open during peak hours from 1 p.m.-midnight, seven days a week. During that time period, our Peds ER average wait times represent the time to see a qualified medical professional in that section of the ER. When that section is not open, the Peds ER average wait times are more representative of those in the main Wesley Medical Center ER.
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