*When availableWe have rapid COVID-19 testing with same day results. Our goal is to provide same day results to as many people as possible. We are giving priority to all patients who have COVID-19 symptoms, and also to all CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE workers with or without symptoms. Many patients with special circumstances may require a rapid COVID-19 test rather than waiting on test that takes longer. To expedite your visit, please register online at selected locations. Please Click the location below.

Park Cities | Galleria

Please be advised that Advance ER is a state licensed free-standing emergency center and all of our testing, including COVID-19, is billed as an emergency department visit.

Tips for ER Visits

A medical crises happen quickly.  Most ER visits are sudden, can be upsetting and frequently include physical agony.  Whenever you visit the Emergency Room, help your physician give you the best care conceivable. By following a few simple guidelines, you can help your physician better treat your medical emergency.

ER Doctors Have Seen It All

Regardless of how peculiar or humiliating your condition may be, your ER staff has most likely see the condition before. It’s important to share all symptoms with your Emergency Room staff, even the embarrassing ones.   Knowing all symptoms allows your ER Physicians to better diagnose and treat your condition.

Keep Records of Your Medications & Allergies

When you visit the Emergency Room, be prepared with data about any medications you take regularly.  This includes over the counter drugs as well.  You can keep this information in your cellphone, purse or wallet so it’s with you when you need it.  If you’re in a hurry and need care now, bring your medication bottles with you and your ER nurse can collect all the data they need.

If you have allergies, it’s crucial your ER staff knows.  Some medications can cause allergic reactions.  Providing this information will allow your physician to diagnose appropriate medications.

You May Need More Care

Depending on the circumstance, your ER doctor may refer you for additional care.  The goal of an Emergency Room or Emergency Center is to provide treatment to patients who need medical care fast. If follow up medical care is necessary, your nurse will explain this to you during your discharge from the Emergency room.

A successful recovery may require additional medical care. Ensure you follow all discharge instructions you’re provided at the end of your visit.

Don’t Be Afraid To Ask Questions

If your nurse or physician says something you don’t understand or you are unclear on what to do when you leave the ER, ask questions.  Understanding your medical condition and how to treat it is the first step to a healthy recovery.

Sometimes you may not realize you have a question until after you leave. In these situations, call the ER you visited and ask to speak to a nurse or physician about your condition.