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Emergency Care

24/7 Miami-Dade emergency room

When a medical emergency strikes, you and your family can trust the medical providers at Kendall Regional Medical Center’s ER to deliver the care you need, when it is needed most. Our emergency room in Miami is conveniently located just off of Ronald Reagan Turnpike, making it the ideal location for emergency care for the Kendall, University Park and West Miami communities.

The ER staff, including board-certified physicians, nurses and other caregivers, is prepared to treat a diverse range of conditions ranging from a broken toe to more critical conditions like a heart attack.

Some of these include:

  • Heart attacks
  • Asthma attacks
  • Strokes
  • Allergic reactions (food and other allergies)
  • Heat strokes
  • Orthopedic injuries
  • Appendicitis
  • Alcohol poisoning
  • Conucussions

If you or a loved one are potentially experiencing a life-threatening emergency, don’t try to drive to the nearest emergency room. Call 911 for immediate emergency medical care.

Short ER wait times means faster treatment

Our hospital is always enhancing and improving our emergency medical care processes. Thanks to our efforts, Kendall Regional Medical Center’s emergency room has dramatically reduced our average ER wait times to well below national averages.

Check out our current ER wait times.

Pediatric ER in West Miami

Children have a special place in our hearts and in our hospital. Kendall Regional Medical Center’s pediatric emergency room in Miami treats nearly 20,000 children per year. We are committed to caring for the children in our community, which is why we provide a dedicated pediatric emergency room staffed by fully qualified and highly skilled pediatricians.

What to expect at our emergency room

Triage

A triage nurse will assess you upon your arrival and will evaluate your chief complaint and vital signs. Your priority of treatment is based upon the severity of your illness, as determined by the triage nurse. Patients who are determined to be emergent will be taken to the treatment area immediately.

Registration

The registration clerk will obtain information for your medical record, including billing information. All patients will be medically screened, evaluated and stabilized regardless of insurance or ability to pay.

Waiting room

If you are stable, you may have to wait for a bed to become available. You will, however, be made as comfortable as possible while you wait and the staff will keep you advised as to the status of your visit.

ER-related content

Stroke Warning Signs
Heart Attack Warning Signs
Allergic Contact Dermatitis
CPR Adults
Insect Allergies
Insect Bites
Bone Fracture (Broken Bone)
Food Reaction/Allergy