/_template/185640/11319921*When available we 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. No appointment needed.

Vaccines are not 100% effective and vaccinated people are experiencing breakthrough COVID infections. If you do not feel well, do not hesitate to visit us!

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.

Major Trauma and the ER

Major trauma requires immediate emergency room care. If you or a loved one is injured seek an ambulance to the closest 24 hour emergency room in you Dallas neighborhood.

Accidents involving blunt trauma, automobile accidents and falls are most likely to cause major trauma and can have potentially serious medical outcomes.

Major trauma injuries should be treated within an hour.

If you have experienced or witnessed a major trauma incident, you should call an ambulance to transport you to the nearest emergency room.

Emergency Medical Technicians have the experience necessary to stabilize your condition before and during your trip to the emergency room.

When you or a loved one has experienced major trauma, you should seek care immediately from an emergency room.

Major traumas should be treated by an emergency room or freestanding emergency center because they offer medical imaging which is an important tool in diagnosing trauma injuries. 

During the diagnosis of a major trauma injury, your physician will most likely run many tests to help determine the extent of injuries.

Major Trauma Injuries are More Common Than You Think

More than 60 million traumatic injuries occur in the United States each year. 30 million of these injuries require emergency medical care. Trauma related costs exceed $400 billion each year.