Methodist Hospital Metropolitan is San Antonio’s Center City destination for emergency care. Our team has been trusted by our community and first responders to provide care during some of life’s toughest moments. When an emergency happens, our specially trained ER physicians and staff are prepared to treat a variety of minor illnesses and life threatening injuries, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. To better serve our community, our ER physicians practice multiple languages to ease communication between patients and their care teams in an emergency.
If you or someone you know is experiencing a medical emergency, always call 911 first. If you’re not sure you need to head to the emergency room, talk to a nurse first. Call (210) 575-0355.
Your Safety is our Priority
At Methodist Hospital Metropolitan, we are focused on providing our community the care they need in a safe environment. That’s why our team has continuously enhanced safety measures and protocols for patients, visitors, physicians and staff.
We provide Adult Emergency Care for many conditions:
- Abdominal aortic aneurysm
- Broken bones
- Chest pain
- Cold or flu
- Head injuries
- Heart Attack
- Stomach pain
Specialized emergency programs and services we provide:
HIV AIDS Testing
Methodist Hospital Metropolitan provides human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), sexually transmitted disease (STD) and sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing to patients. HIV-positive patients can expect the same exceptional care we provide to all of our patients as we follow our mission of "Serving Humanity to Honor God."
The Methodist Hospital Metropolitan ER and Metropolitan Methodist Emergency Center at the Quarry are equipped to provide pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for patients at risk for HIV.
Visiting our ER
Our ER is located inside Methodist Hospital Metropolitan at 1310 McCullough Ave. in San Antonio, Texas. We offer a parking lot, a parking garage and valet parking. Once you arrive at the ER, please sign in at the front desk and one of our staff members will take you to triage.
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Emergency care at Methodist Healthcare
Emergency care is the treatment of emergent medical conditions. It is generally performed in an emergency room, but can also refer to treatment in an ambulance. Emergency medicine physicians may treat patients with injuries or infections, in addition to life-threatening conditions.Learn about Emergency care
- Methodist Children's Hospital
- Methodist ER Boerne
- Methodist ER Converse
- Methodist ER Westover Hills
- Methodist Hospital
- Methodist Hospital Metropolitan
- Methodist Hospital Northeast
- Methodist Hospital South
- Methodist Hospital Specialty and Transplant
- Methodist Hospital Stone Oak
- Methodist Hospital Texsan
- Metropolitan Methodist Emergency Center at the Quarry