Expert Emergency Care When You Need It

We are ready to deal with any and every emergency, from a broken ankle to trauma-related injuries from a motor vehicle accident. Some of our physicians have more than 2 decades of experience in emergency medicine; some serve on the board of directors of top local ambulance and med-flight companies. We also have all the latest equipment and facilities.

Lee Health Emergency Services operate four full service Emergency Rooms, a Level II Adult Trauma Center, Pediatric Emergency and Pediatric Medical Transport.

Emergency Medicine

Emergency Medicine

Emergency Departments are located at Cape Coral Hospital, Gulf Coast Medical Center, Healthpark Medical Center, and Lee Memorial Hospital; each providing a wide range of emergency services.

Convenient Care

Convenient Care

Convenient Care provides treatment to children and adults with common medical problems, such as sore throat, flu, colds, rashes, earaches, infections and simple broken bones. We're open 7 Days a Week–7 a.m.-7 p.m.

Trauma Center

Trauma Center

Our regional Trauma Center at Lee Memorial Hospital is a state-approved Level II trauma center and maintains constant readiness and availability of immediate medical services to injured patients.

Injury Prevention

Injury Prevention

The Injury Prevention program educates the public on safe practices, works across the injury spectrum to raise public awareness about trauma prevention, talks to schools and community groups to meetings with legislators.


Kids' Urgent Care

Kids' Urgent Care

Whether your child has a sore throat, upset stomach, allergies, or sprained ankle, our urgent care doctors will provide your family with the quality medical care they need when your family doctor isn't available.


Make the Right Call

Do not call 911 for nonemergency transportation to the hospital. Using an ambulance does not guarantee faster Emergency treatment because all patients are assessed and treated based on the severity of their condition. Injury after an automobile or motorcycle accident does not always require transportation by ambulance and does not affect insurance or lawsuit claims.


Where To Go When You Need Medical Care

You can help reduce ER overcrowding and wait times by using primary care physicians and walk-in clinics for nonemergency health care needs. Seeking medical care based on the level appropriate to treat your particular illness or condition will save you time and money, and open up resources for those in true emergency situations.

Primary Care Physician

Patients seen by appointment only

  • Health maintenance
  • Immunizations
  • Screenings/tests
  • Preventive care
  • Minor injuries/complaints
  • Chronic illnesses management

Convenient Care

Open 7 a.m.-7 p.m., daily.
No appointment required.

  • Primary care physician unavailable
  • Don’t have a primary care physician
  • Prompt care for nonlifethreatening issues
  • Sprains, cuts, rashes
  • Cold/flu
  • Routine health issues
  • Work injuries
  • Broken bones – as long as the bone has not come through the skin

Emergency Department

Open 24/7.
Severe cases treated first.

  • Severe or life-threatening issues
  • Trouble breathing
  • Heart attack or stroke
  • Broken bones – if bone is visible
  • Minor emergencies – if patient does not have access to a doctor or a walk-in care center

911 Emergency Assistance

Open 24/7.
Emergencies only.

  • Persistent chest pain/ trouble breathing
  • Fainting/ unresponsiveness
  • Drowning or near drowning
  • Poisoning or severe allergic reaction
  • Seizure
  • Neck or back injury/severe pain
  • Suicidal or homicidal thoughts
  • Life-threatening illness or injury

community health

What is a Community Health Center?

Lee Health has three community health clinics that offer sliding payment scale for those in our community who are uninsured or underinsured.