A safe place to receive care that can’t wait


We are committed to the safety of every patient, visitor and caregiver. Our emergency rooms continue to be safe and available for all patients seeking medical attention for urgent health concerns, whether COVID-19 related or not.

Advanced protocols to protect you

We have been and will continue to be proactively engaged in the safe management of COVID-19. As part of our larger network, HCA Healthcare, we have put in place infection prevention protocols and safety measures that help protect our patients and colleagues at all of our facilities. One of the many ways we are doing this is by providing masks to anyone entering our hospital or emergency room. For more information visit our COVID-19 Resource Hub.

Emergency Room (ER) near me in Johnson County

4 ER Locations

When minor symptoms like dizziness, heartburn or stomach pain turn into a real emergency, you need to get to an ER fast. With four, 24-hour emergency room locations near me conveniently located throughout Johnson County, you can quickly get emergency medical care at an Overland Park Regional Medical Center facility.

Overland Park Regional Medical Center ER and Trauma Center

Overland Park Regional Medical Center ER and Trauma Center can treat your emergency needs any time, day or night. Even if you think your emergency may be too small, or that you can suffer through, remember it only takes a moment for a small concern to become a big emergency. Overland Park Regional Medical Center is Johnson County’s only Trauma Center and provide highly trained physicians, specialists, critical care nurses and support staff who are available around the clock to care for critical injuries resulting from blunt and penetrating trauma. Verified trauma centers provide technology and expertise necessary for trauma care from the pre-hospital phases (helipads, emergency departments) through the intensive, acute and rehabilitation phases (physical and occupational therapies).

Don't delay ER care

Don't delay or avoid lifesaving emergency care. Avoiding ERs out of fear of contracting coronavirus (COVID-19) can have dire consequences during emergencies requiring time-sensitive treatment. Emergency rooms and clinics are among the safest places to receive care that can't wait.

Seek care for any of these symptoms:

  • 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 Locations

Pediatric ER

Our Pediatric ER is proud to be one of Kansas City's Favorite ERs voted by readers of KC Parent Magazine.

When your little one has a mishap, or those smaller aches and pains turn into a high fever or symptoms that get better and then come back even worse, our Pediatric ER- located on our main campus - is just a hop, skip and jump away for your entire family.

Our state-of-the-art children's emergency room provides greater Overland Park with immediate medical services for pediatric patients. Our convenient location features access to laboratory radiology, board certified, fellowship-trained pediatric specialists and child life specialists. In addition, our facility is the only ER in Johnson County to include a pediatric intensive care unit (PICU).

Kids ER Locations

Freestanding emergency rooms

Looking for high-quality emergency care close to home? Now you have more options. The same care you've come to expect from Overland Park Regional Medical Center can also be found in our freestanding emergency rooms at Overland Park Regional's Emergency Rooms in Olathe and Shawnee. The ER of Olathe and The ER of Shawnee provide full service, licensed emergency care for both children and adults. In other words, patients receive the same level of care as they would receive in a hospital-based ER.

As a full service emergency room operating 24/7, we treat all emergencies including chest pain, stroke, stomach pain, severe cramping and vomiting, ear infections, broken bones and more. Medical protocols ensure appropriate care delivery and timely transfer to any of our hospital-based ER's should that be necessary.

ER or Urgent Care Helpful Guide

Need health advice?

Nurses On-Call: For health information and advice from registered nurses who are available 24/7, call (913) 541-5562.

If you are having a medical emergency, please call 911.


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