Emergency Conditions We Treat

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Emergency Conditions We Treat

University Hospital’s Emergency Department provides complete care for all ages for minor and complex injuries and illnesses, including: 

  • Abdominal pain
  • Asthma attacks
  • Behavioral health conditions
  • Bleeding 
  • Breathing problems
  • Burns
  • Diabetes
  • Gynecology issues
  • High fevers
  • Stroke
  • Pregnancy concerns
  • Trauma
  • Wound care
  • Chest pain
  • Fainting
  • Severe pain or injury
  • Sudden numbness or weakness
  • Poison ingestion
  • Seizure

Children's Emergency Care

We have a separate children’s emergency department with specialty trained staff and board-certified physicians dedicated to providing complete care to children from minor to complex injuries and illnesses, including:

  • Coughing up blood
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Fractures
  • Newborn with fever above 100.4 degrees
  • Poison ingestion
  • Seizures
  • Severe abdominal pain
  • Severe headache
  • Sudden weakness or paralysis
  • Unconsciousness

KNOW WHERE TO GO When your child is sick or injured, you want the right care, and you want it quickly. University Children’s Health gives you options. offers walk-in visits with a board-certified doctor or an advanced-practice provider. It’s generally half the cost of an ER visit. Children’s ER at University Hospital PediExpress provides immediate care for even the most seriously ill kids, around the clock. Board-certified emergency medicine and pediatric specialists, and a team trained in children’s emergencies, offer expert care in a kid-friendly environment. PediExpress Walk-in Care • Asthma and allergies • Severe diarrhea or vomiting • Fever and headaches • Sprains • Cold and flu • Earaches • Minor cuts and burns • Rashes • Stomach aches UniversityChildrensHealth.com All precautions are being taken to ensure the health and safety of our patients during COVID-19. If requested by a provider, on-site COVID-19 tests are available for symptomatic patients along with 1-2 day results. Robert B. Green Campus | 903 W. Martin St. Children's ER: Broken bones • Coughing up blood • Difficulty breathing • Injuries or burns* • Infants less than 2 months old with fever above 100.4° • Poison ingestion • Seizures • Severe abdominal pain • Severe headache • Sudden weakness or paralysis • Unconsciousness