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St. Joseph Health is recognized as the region’s leader in emergency and trauma services, having received the first designation as an accredited Chest Pain Center and the first as a Primary Stroke Center in the region. Anchored by the St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital’s Emergency & Trauma Center in Bryan, Texas, the five St. Joseph Health emergency centers located throughout the Brazos Valley serve the needs of more than 280,000 residents across more than 9 counties. We care for more emergency and trauma cases, including stroke and heart attack, than any other health system in the region.
We provide 911 coverage through EMS and AirMed 12 across Burleson, Grimes and Madison counties and a portion of Leon County. Our primary functions in those counties include transporting critical care patients to higher level of care facilities and 911 servicing. In addition, our EMS team serves as a backup 911 provider to Brazos County through mutual aid response.
Our new, advanced Emergency & Trauma Center at St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital was designed by a team of healthcare professionals to improve the patient experience. Extending the healing ministry of Jesus, St. Joseph Health provides excellent healthcare for even the most serious cases. The Emergency & Trauma Center at St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital has been built with you in mind.
For Any Emergency, We’re Always Ready.
A team of board-certified emergency physicians, trauma and orthopedic surgeons, neurosurgeons, anesthesiologists and other specialists are available to provide diagnosis and immediate treatment of life-threatening injuries seven days a week, 24 hours a day. St. Joseph Health Regional Hospital has the most comprehensive availability of specialists in the region.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you think you may be experiencing a life-threatening emergency, call 911 immediately. You can request that they take you to a St. Joseph Health emergency room.