Focusing on serving our community, Methodist Hospital Northeast is proud to provide the emergency care you need when it matters most. Our team is ready to help you through some of life’s toughest moments when minutes matter, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
Every year, we are able to provide emergency care for more than 50,000 patients in our community. Our ER is staffed with board certified physicians and an expert trained emergency room team to ensure an exceptional level of care for each patient.
As we continue to grow with our community, we’ve expanded our facility by adding 17 new treatment rooms for a total of more than 40 patient rooms. This larger ER enables us to continue caring for thousands of people in Bexar, Comal, Guadalupe, and Wilson Counties who need urgent, and potentially life-saving treatment.
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 Northeast, 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 emergency care for many conditions:
Some illnesses and injuries that are urgent but not life-threatening might be better suited for a visit to an urgent care center instead.
Specialized emergency programs and services we offer:
Visiting our ER
Our ER entrance is off Toepperwein Road on the east side of our hospital. Turn into our parking lot, and follow signs pointing toward the emergency entrance. If you’re arriving from Judson Road, you’ll enter and turn right, heading east from the hospital’s main entrance.
If you have any questions about directions to our ER or hospital, call our main line at (210) 757-7000.
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