Emergency Care in Summerlin

If you are having a medical emergency, call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest emergency room.​

Summerlin Hospital Medical Center
657 N. Town Center Drive
Las Vegas, NV 89144
Phone: 702-233-7000

The Emergency Department (ED) at Summerlin Hospital Medical Center is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide the care you need when you need it. The ED features a comfortable, spacious environment to treat patients who need emergency care for minor ailments or more serious injuries and illnesses such as heart attack and stroke; chest, abdominal or back pains; cuts, contusions, sprains or broken bones; and infections such as upper respiratory infections.

Request a Time in the ER 

ER Reserve lets you request a time (up to 12 hours in advance) in the ER for non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses such as flu, sore throat, earache, cough or cold, muscle strains and sprains.​

Request a time with er reserve

What to Expect When Arriving for Care

Sudden illness or injury can occur without warning, and while no one typically plans a trip to the ER, everyone should know what to expect after they arrive.

Learn more about our care process → 

Heart Attack Care

The Chest Pain Center at Summerlin Hospital is accredited by the American College of Cardiology, with enhanced accreditation for percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care. This recognizes our commitment to producing an effective care model for heart attack and suspected heart attack.

Learn more about heart attack care at Summerlin Hospital →

Stroke Care

Summerlin Hospital has been certified as an Advanced Primary Stroke Center by The Joint Commission. The Joint Commission's Certificate of Distinction for Advanced Primary Stroke Centers recognizes centers that make exceptional efforts to foster better outcomes for stroke care.

Learn more about the Stroke Center at Summerlin Hospital →

Pediatric Emergency Room

Children have their own dedicated unit located within the main ED. They are cared for by doctors and nurses who specialize in assessing, diagnosing and treating pediatric emergencies.