Hunt Regional Medical Center Emergency Department

  • 4215 Joe Ramsey Blvd., Greenville, TX 75401
  • 903.408.5100


Hunt Regional Medical Center provides emergency care at our level IV trauma facility in Greenville, Texas.

A multidisciplinary trauma team is accessible in the emergency department at all times. Our emergency room (ER) doctors treat cardiac and other medical emergencies and trauma brought on by acute illnesses, accidents or violent crimes.

RNs on the emergency department nursing staff have completed advanced cardiac life support training. The staff also includes nurses trained in pediatric advanced life support and the trauma nurse core course.

American Medical Response mobile intensive care units transport patients to the ER where paramedics and emergency medical technicians (EMT) can start performing critical emergency treatment while patients are on their way to the hospital.

Emergency Room

Seek emergency care immediately if you or someone else experiences:

  • Asthma attack or trouble breathing
  • Broken bones
  • Burns 
  • Chest pain or pressure
  • Confusion 
  • Coughing or vomiting blood
  • Heavy or uncontrollable bleeding
  • Pregnancy-related urgent concerns 
  • Seizures
  • Stomach pain or pressure
  • Sudden, severe pain
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Vision changes

*Any of these symptoms could be signs of a serious medical condition.

If you are going to the ER, it is a good idea to bring the following items with you:

  • Insurance card
  • Driver’s license or state-issued ID
  • List of medications you are taking

The emergency room (ER) is a place where people go when they are experiencing a medical emergency. Emergency room treatment at Hunt Regional Healthcare is designed to provide patients with the care they need as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Once you have been triaged, you will be seen by a doctor or other qualified medical professional. The doctor will assess your condition and make a treatment plan. Treatment in the ER may include medication, surgery, or other procedures.

After you leave the ER, you will be discharged to home or to a follow-up appointment with your doctor. If you are discharged to home, you will be given instructions on how to care for yourself and when to seek further medical attention.

You may have one family member or visitor at a time in the emergency room. During certain exams or treatments, your visitors may need to stay in the waiting area. If that happens, we’ll update them on your care.


  • Emergency Services

    the front entrance sign to an emergency room department in a city hospital

    Emergency Services