ER serving Overland Park, Leawood area
Menorah Medical Center offers emergency care 24 hours a day, seven days a week for people of all ages. We have board–certified emergency room doctors, critical care nurses and support staff who are available around the clock. Our state-of-the-art facility proudly serves the greater Johnson County community. Whether you are experiencing a minor emergency or a life-threatening situation, we can provide the emergency care you need.
- Technologically advanced monitoring systems, an electronic medication system and on-staff cardiologists who have the capability to monitor EKG results from a remote location
- An accredited Chest Pain Center and certified Primary Stroke Center
- A Computerized Physician Order Entry System that eliminates handwriting errors
Top Symptoms Requiring ER Visits
- Head injury or other major trauma
- Heart attack or stroke
- Life-threatening conditions
- Loss of consciousness
- One-sided weakness or numbness
- Open fractures
- Severe bleeding
- Signs of heart attack/chest pain
- Severe abdominal pain
- Uncontrolled pain or bleeding
ER or Urgent Care?
How do you know when a medical condition is serious enough to go to the emergency room? This helpful guide explains the symptoms and conditions that are urgent enough to visit the ER, an Urgent Care, a Walk-in Clinic, or a Doctor's Office. The guidelines can help you decide which healthcare provider makes the most sense for your medical needs, and your budget.ER or Urgent Care Helpful Guide
ER for Children
Menorah Medical Center offers 24-hour emergency services, the latest technology and a caring staff. Our three pediatric-ready emergency rooms are prepared for your little one's mishaps. In fact, HCA Midwest Health emergency rooms in the Kansas City metro beat the national average for pediatric ER readiness and treat nearly 25,000 kids each year.Kids ER Locations
HCA Midwest Health hospitals offer the shortest wait times in the Kansas City area. In fact, our average ER wait times are consistently faster than local and national averages. Plus, we treat more emergencies than any other healthcare system in the region.
2016-17 Averages (Median)
Source: Hospital Compare, July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017
Need Health Advice?
Nurses On-Call: For health information and advice from registered nurses who are available 24/7, call (913) 498-6652.
If you are having a medical emergency, please call 911.
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