Miami County Medical Center

24-Hour Emergency Care Center

Level IV Trauma Center

2100 Baptiste Dr.

Don't Delay, Don't Take Chances

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Expert care, around-the-clock readiness

You can trust the highly trained team at Miami County Medical Center for emergencies large and small. As a Level IV Trauma Center, we have the resources to stabilize even the most serious injuries, then, if necessary, tranfer patients to a higher-level trauma center. Most important: we're close. Because time is everything in an emergency.

  • Level IV Trauma Center
  • Emergency Medicine-certified staff
  • 24-hour readiness, 365 days a year
  • Designated Emergency Stroke Ready hospital

Miami County Medical Center is not just the choice for emergency care, it's a great choice.

During a life-threatening emergency, please call 911.  

Is it an emergency?

Not sure if it is an emergency or something that can wait until the next day? If you have sudden, unexpected medical conditions that would endanger your life or seriously harm your health if not treated immediately by a licensed medical professional, you should seek care at an emergency room. Of course, call 911 if you need immediate help.

Emergency medical conditions include suspected heart attack or stroke, sudden or extreme difficulty breathing, bleeding that will not stop or deep cuts, major burns, seizures, sudden and severe headache or abdominal pain or suspected poisoning.

If it's not an emergency, but you need to see a physician right away, Olathe Health Family Medicine - Paola offers walk-in care. Or call our DrToday toll-free hotline, 877-544-2224.