Pediatric ER in Overland Park

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).


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If your child is suffering from an injury or in need of immediate medical attention, our expert staff is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

ER Locations

Does your child need an ER?

Is it serious enough to go to the emergency room? Or will an urgent care center suffice? This guide can help answer those questions.

Urgent Care or ER?

When to take action

Follow these guidelines for children's dosage of Tylenol and Ibuprofen usage
Refer to the chart below when considering giving Ibuprofen or Tylenol to your child. Give the weight appropriate dosage as referenced, or follow the dosing guidelines on the bottle. Consult a physician with any questions. To find a doctor, or answers to your health questions, call 24/7 at (816) 751-3000.

Kid's Medicine Dosage

Recommended drug dosage for children for common over-the-counter medicine.

Never give your child Aspirin for a fever. You can use acetaminophen (Tylenol®) or ibuprofen (Advil® or Motrin®). In fact, you can give your child both, just not together. You will need to alternate them every three hours for difficult to control fever. The medicines will not interfere with each other. They will not cause additional side-effects.

If the fever continues for 48 hours, have your child checked by a medical professional.