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Emergency Medicine

Full-service emergency rooms in your community - open 24 hours a day, seven days a week

Emergency Medicine: 24/7 Help

Medical emergencies happen to all of us, usually when we least expect it. Our emergency rooms – available at all of our hospital locations - will calm your fears with staff members trained to treat severe and life-threatening conditions. From broken bones to breathing trouble, from chest pain to trauma, Lee Health doctors and nurses assess your needs and quickly spring into action.

Find an Emergency Department Near You

Does your child need emergency help? Click below for more information.

When to Visit the Emergency Room

  • Chest pain
  • Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
  • Broken bones or dislocated joints
  • Facial lacerations
  • Deep skin abrasions or severe cuts requiring stitches
  • Vaginal bleeding with pregnancy
  • Fevers and rash
  • Head and eye injuries
  • Sudden change in mental state

Our Services

  • Advanced cardiac and stroke care
  • Level II adult trauma
  • Onsite lab
  • Imaging including CT scans and X-rays
  • Surgery
  • Tests

Keeping You and Your Loved Ones Safe

It’s important to keep you, your children, and your loved ones safe all year long. Injury Prevention at Lee Health provides tips on preventing injuries & staying safe for both adults & kids. Learn more here. 

  • Injury Prevention

    At Lee Health our goal is to promote effective approaches to injury prevention and control through education, advocacy, data collection and evaluation.

The Latest Blog Articles

Stay informed on the latest developments in emergency and trauma care as well as prevention and education tips.
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    Lee Health Trauma Center is Saving Lives

    For 25 years, our team has jumped into action to treat victims of trauma, the leading cause of death among Floridians younger than 44.

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    9 Heart Disease Risk Factors You Can Recognize Today

    Change your habits and learn to live the kind of life that drastically cuts the risk of heart disease. Here are nine things you can recognize and improve today.

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    Dealing with a chronic condition? Here’s how to take control

    If you have a chronic health condition, here are some things beyond the medicine cabinet that may help you find relief.