134 Menger Springs, Boerne, TX 78006
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The same great care you've come to expect from
Methodist Children's Hospital, now in Boerne!
The emergency medical care staff at Methodist Boerne Emergency Center has proudly served local families and children for several years. In 2016, we began offering the best in pediatric emergency medicine in collaboration with the pediatric doctors at Methodist Children’s Hospital.
The staff at Methodist Boerne Emergency Center has special training to cater to the unique needs of children including communication and distraction techniques to improve the experience of our young patients. We also have child-friendly coloring books, movies, games, bubbles, and other age-specific toys to help ease your child's worries and ensure they are as comfortable as possible.
“We’re very excited to offer this level of pediatric expertise,” said Eileen Huss, Vice President of Emergency Services, EMS and Trauma. “We believe it’s important that our board-certified physicians and nurses provide customized services tailored to children’s special needs.”
"This unique emergency facility is conveniently located right in your neighborhood, and gives the Boerne area a higher level of emergency care and the resources of an acute care hospital system for more serious illnesses or injuries."
Methodist Boerne Emergency Center, a department of Methodist Hospital, serves Boerne and the surrounding communities with a medical center that includes the first-ever 24/7 freestanding emergency center, the first its kind in South and Central Texas.
The most common complaints among patients visiting Methodist Boerne Emergency Center are: chest pain, shortness of breath, abdominal pain, extremity injuries, fever, motor vehicle accidents, back pain, pregnancy complaints, skin infections, animal bites, pediatric illness and lacerations.
Methodist Boerne Emergency Center’s compassionate team of medical professionals works to stabilize critical patients experiencing the following: acute myocardial infarction, cardiac arrest, respiratory arrest, stroke, subarachnoid bleed, trauma (including amputations), overdose, spinal cord injuries, cardiac arrhythmias, seizures, pulmonary embolus and pneumothorax. After stabilization, the patient is transported to a Methodist hospital in San Antonio.
The Methodist Boerne Emergency Center exceeds national standards for rapid evaluation and treatment in emergency cardiac cases, with impressive times between a patient's arrival, evaluation, travel time to San Antonio and having an angioplasty.