Before you go to United Hospital, you may want to know what the people who have already gone to this St Paul emergency room think.
Krysta Lovin’ Life⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWonderful doctors and nurses there who have treated both me and my husband a few times!! Very knowledgeable physicians and nurses with hearts of gold! I’ve never had a bad experience at this hospital unlike Regions and Saint Joseph’s. Thank you from the bottom of both our hearts!!!Isaac Okari⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedIt’s a great hospital! I was born here! Gone here and Saint Paul children’s the past 14.5 years of my life! My Grandma used to work here for a long time. Longer at Children’s. I’m glad that they are taking very good care of the hospital and patients.Kathryn Sloan⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMy husband was here and they took devoted care of him. Doctors and Nurses were attentive and supportive. We are fortunate to have a hospital like United and I am honored to write this reviewHarper Moore⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI am so impressed with my care at the United emergency department on Sunday morning. I walked into the lobby and was helped immediately. Everyone I met from the ED doctor, DR. Austad, to the nurses Taylor and Mary, and the check-in nurse who brought my mom hot coffee while we waited, was wonderful. They were empathetic, efficient, kind, and most importantly, very helpful and informative. I was in and out within 2 hours. Thank you, United!Marilyn BabcockHorrible..should not be called a hospital. Very few actual Dr.s and nobody knows anything. You ask to speak to a Dr.and they tell you there are none on duty only on call. Only Dr. Assistants to see you and can’t arrange that because the few there are busy. You can’t get answers from anyone, they are rude, and they let you lay there. Horrible so called nurses. Very unsanitary conditions. The beds are worse than an old cot and about an inch thick. The bathrooms are all covered in strong smelling urine and they will hand you medication with their germy hands. Can’t do a descent blood draw and it is the perfect place to get sicker and possibly die. I understand why the obituaries are so full these days. Avoid this place if you want to live.carol adams⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThe care I received from nurses Julie, Kali and Sarah were exceptional. Dr. Davis is the best. The only problem was waiting 2 hours in the lobby waiting for a room.Patti Broady⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedJust had my Surgery Dr Alcala, and I am thrilled to say so far I am already regaining the feeling in my hand and fingers. The staff in his office were great and helped me through the process with my up and coming surgery and working with insurance company. The staff at UNITED HOSPITAL was truly the best, I felt more welcomed than I ever have been before at any hospital. I don’t remember some of their names and wouldn’t want to leave anyone out, because they were all very friendly, and accommodating to my needs. Most hospitals or clinics usually make me feel like I got bad service and a fast food place. If I ever have another surgery I will see if I can request it to be there.William LesherDon’t go here for long-term treatment, the ER seemed to be good and treated my wife well. But for things like long-term cancer care in conjunction with MN Oncology, don’t do it!!! I regret the decision of having / letting my wife go through the Allina, United, and Minnesota Oncology “health” system; that’s a decision I’ll take to my grave. No communication between the doctors, only treat the symptoms, the treatment you receive from nurse to nurse and doctor to doctor is spotty at best. They have some real nice and helpful people and some people who shouldn’t be doing the job. They seem to be good in helping out with emergency treatments and procedures but not for in depth / involved health problems. My wife’s care here was plagued with delayed procedures, cancelled procedures, with know one seemingly knowing what’s going on and absolutely no sense of urgency. Communication between the doctors only happens when your in the hospital, once you leave, your out of site out of mind, and the communication while your in the hospital is fair at best. Even the Hospital Patient Advocate we tried to talk with about some of concerns we were having with the delayed and cancelled procedures showed up at my wife’s room when she knew my wife was in a procedure (because they have there schedule) and just left her card and never followed up. Well when you have stage 3 cancer, you just can’t walk down to see her for an appointment. I guess the important thing is the hospital gets paid whether they do a good job or not, and whether you live or not.Maria Almaguer MartinezCame in today around 9:30 and gal at help desk heavier set with glasses was very rude and uncompassionate. United hospital if you have guest helper working as the first face they see in a time of distress or in this case a sever burn emergency they should be kind and helpful not unkind.Dave Austad⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER Recommendedone of the best hospitals around high tech very organized and fully staffed your in trouble this a good place to beBrenda⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMy husband had neck surgery here. We are from Iowa and the doctors and everyone were amazing! We would highly recommend this hospital!Michael H.⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI have had 2 cancer surgeries here. I have never felt so cared for. I deeply appreciate that. Great staff with above and beyond bedside manner. This is a wonderful hospital. They saved my life! God bless, United Hospital.Tracy Vadner⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI am very Happy with the care i received at United Hospital! I had surgery and was kept overnight in a observation room I beleive it was 2500. Them nurses were nothing but caring, attentitive, and made me feel comfortable every single one of them. I had a rough night where a rapid response was called because I had a vasovagal twice. I am beyond grateful and blessed for all the Drs and Nurses that came to my attention and took great care of me. Thank you Thank you Thank you!!! Please let them ladies know they are the best in unit 2500. Also had too visit the ER twice through some complications I had and again was treated great! Dr. Smith er doc very kind knowledgeable and reassuring cant remember the female er docs name but she was great as well.T LThis ER is TERRIBLE. I had a doctor tell me to go to the ER for a very urgent issue. They treated it as if it wasn’t urgent despite multiple calls from my doctor to their ER. they were even rude to my doctorsaying they would get to me whenever. While waiting I lost a lot of blood and passed out in the lobby. They did nothing to help but other patients offered to help me get water. When I finally was seen, they did absolutely nothing despite my doctor saying the condition had to be treated and have the protocol. They sent me home without treatment after 8 hours, where I passed out at home from losd of blood. My doctor advised me to go to a different ER and was appalled at the treatment and urgency I received. I went to another ER where they actually treated the condition with real medication. The problem is these doctors know nothing. They are small town doctors that can’t do anything but treat a cold. I told them what was won’t and how to treat and it was like I was educating them. When you mention your doctor from Mayo wants it treated a certain way, they try to say they are as good as a Mayo doctor when they are not! I was misdiagnosed, treated as if I came to the ER for nothing, they didn’t properly triage me because they didn’t know what the condition was. I’ve had multiple doctors tell me this ER is among the worst there is. DO NOT GO HERE IF YOU WANT TO ACTUALLY BE TREATED. I plan on filling a complaint with patient services. Also, their infusion center is terrible. There’s only a few rooms and a bigger room with two chairs. The nurse don’t do their job. One nurse blacklisted me because I asked for a new nurse when she missed my ivad. After that, she refused to give me a private room even if there were no other patients. I heard the nurses say they wanted to give me a private room but she refused. On multiple occasions, I went in for blood, only to spend 8 hours there because no one checked to see if my blood was on site from the Red Cross. I told the nurses I was in a bit of a rush one day to try to get them to move at a reasonable speed and they still moved at their own pace. Two hours after I’d been there I heard one nurse ask the other if anyone called for my meds. GO TO ABBOTT’S INFUSION CENTER INSTEAD. Trish, in particular is a nightmare that couldn’t find the bulls eye on an ivad then tried to tell me it was my ivad that was the problem.Lisa Madden⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI have had my Brain Surgery at United they did a great job they worked with me to see if I was a Surgical Candidate. At Regions Hospital they told me I could NEVER have the Brain Surgery they told me I was bringing on my seizures my self I would recommend this hospital.Sonya JohnsonNegative stars, I came in with my mother who has multiple health issues and have been waiting way longer than needed, I understand that everyone needs to wait their turn but when someone is bleeding they should be put ahead of someone whose has a cold, people at the front were horrible with patients care. I work in a hospital and I know that they should not have someone waiting this long, we have gone here multiple times before for my mothers heart attacks but have never had such poor nurses, the cardiac portion amazing! ER nursing most insensitive nurses I’ve met.Freedom Miller⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedDr. KATHRYN BOYD is absolutely amazing very concerned, informative and willing to go over and beyond for her patients haven’t had a ER doctor that professional in a long time great work it’s very appreciated. Thanx for your serviceLindsey Bronsoni had a horrible experience at united. my first time hospitalized and no one knew what was going on. nurses, nursing assistants and doctors all didn’t communicate, didn’t explain anything. wouldn’t answer questions. i didn’t eat for 29 hours and when finally gut upset and asked what was going on the dr said “you’ve be able to eat for 12 hours” but no staff told me. 0 communication between any of the staff. 1/10 patient care.Gina Versaguis⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedAll the nurses were well educated and very nice. I feel the people on here do not understand that there is still an ambulance bay that is taking in critical patients when they are sitting in the waiting room complaining about hangnails and papercuts ♀️ Because this is a hospital in the inner city they do deal with a lot of uneducated people so I commend the staff for respecting those that walk through the door but don’t fault them for standing up for themselves when need be. Great job United!michael androwski⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWas seen here 11/05/2019 At the ER department Dr Gracie Gorman and Nurse Chelsea Loprinzi were very professional compassionate was very pleased of the service and care I received 2 Thumbs upBecky Wegwerth⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWe had a good experience here for surgery. There was the nicest volunteer at the Surgical Guest Lounge – Tom. He was incredibly kind, somehow remembered everyone’s names in the waiting room and was very personable. He had several family members smiling and chatting as they waited for surgery to be completed. We were very impressed with him. It’s so nice to see this kind of warmth in health care.Ashley Dannenfels⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI have a complicated medical history and, unfortunately have been to the United ER several times. I have always been treated with the utmost respect, sense of urgency and beyond excellent bedside manner. Would, and have, recommended to others!Halo StaffordMy daughter was seen by Dr. Stephanie Frances Go on August 21, 2019. Dr. Go showed a complete lack of integrity, lack of proper patient care, lack of following typical medical practices and processes, and general lack of any care or desire to help her patients. She was negligent in the care of my 16-year old daughter. She made a medical mistake and won’t admit it, take accountability, or responsibility and won’t apologize. I am thoroughly disgusted that she has the right or ability to call herself a doctor.Pamela Stone⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMy mom’s care was very good here. The nurses seemed caring and efficient with minor exceptions. I had to wait there for 10 hours which isn’t unheard of for a surgery and did not find the waiting areas very comfortable but I think United Hispital gets the most important things right this being caring for the patients.Lewis Wilson⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThis place saved my life and is way better for psychiatric care than Fairview Riverside in my humble opinion. Thank you so much to the professionals at United. The docs, the nurses, and the people who come in to facilitate groups are great. Since being hospitalized there in late March and restablilizing I’ve been healthier and happier than I have in my entire life. When I’m able to… I will give back to United hospital in some way or form.Joanna KautzmannI went to the ER over a year ago. Received a bill and paid it. Just this week, I got a message from a collections agency that I had a delinquent account from Emergency Care Consultants. I had never heard of them until now. Apparently, they have third party doctors working in the ER that you will be charged separately for. This is extremely shady business practice. Shame on you.Kathy NewbauerDischarged too early with active pneumonia and a feeding tube just placed. Asked the social worker if I could speak to anyone about my concern and was denied. Discharged anyway.Jolene MartinI was taken to united in an ambulance and they tooky vitals and then put me in the waiting room for at least 3 hours I had to tell them my iv was empty and that took three people to help with that . when I got in the room it took 45 mins. to see someone , right hours later I was so mad about the care I just wanted to go home.Thomas GallTime and time again my girlfriend with a thyroid condition and chronic migraines visited this facilities emergency room. We have spent countless hours in wait for a nurse who isn’t “qualified” to answer questions and ER doctors who’s condescension and egotistical complex gratifies as a right to diagnose all visits as “anxiety” on the patient’s part. Irony is found when the “qualifications” of an ER doctor is to treat immediate physical and not emotional issuesGene MuellerGarbage buisness ethic. Suppose to take people in by the ABC method, not here. People with colds and back pain going in before severe illnesses. Waited 3 hours with a severe cellulitis hand infection with an allergic reaction to initial shot from allina urgent care. Even with there urgent care sending me. Heading to another hospital.Glenda Matteson⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedAll staff great!! Nurses gave great care & compassion along with the aids & PT & OT. Food was ok & wish I could have spoken with the surgeons who performed my surgery.Jamie MacBain⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWas treated by Dr Joseph (Jay) Westwater in the ER. Fabulous physician! I wish he had a private practice or practiced within a clinic!Jennifer Taylor⭐️⭐️I have in the past had nothing but great things to say about United hospital. This morning I came in at 2:30am to children’s hospital. I was informed that it would be at least a four hour wait. When we finally got roomed. I went to the restroom, to find everyone Doctor’s and Nurses sitting talking about their lives. Myself and my daughter was told that there was two doctors on staff with three patients ahead of us, if there’s two doctors why would it still be four hours to be seen. We have to do better with the care for our babies. He has a ear very bad ear infection and he was crying, the registration Nurse gave him something (Ibuprofen) for the pain. He got some what comfortable and tried to rest. I’m sure he has a double ear infectionMATT Swanson⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedWe’d like to Thank all the nurses and Dr’s in the neurosurgeon wing (Dr. Davis and staff). My father was so impressed with how well he was taken care of by everyone, especially the nurses. I can’t tell you how reassuring it was knowing he was in such good care. THANK YOU!!Gabreal MoralesHorrible experience. The Dr. Is using made up terminology from the Urban dictionary to be undermining towards people. It’s not Ok to treat people like they are 2nd class citizens based on their insurance. There is no such thing as slick tummy. Look it up. The Dr.s are playing games with people’s lives.I teach medical terminology so that’s how I know this is actually happening.K C⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI went to the ER for fluids after two weeks of vomiting, and I’m glad I did. I have a rare disease that many doctors aren’t familiar with (MCAS) and lots of folks with that disorder have absolute horror stories from going to the ER. The doctor wasn’t 100% on board with my theory as to why I was vomiting, but she was very polite and did everything I asked to accommodate my weird allergies. My nurse was so kind, warm, and helpful, and all the staff there seemed to get along well and be in a good mood. I’m sure they have bad days like anyone, but all in all, it was a wonderful experience.James GraveningIn pain! And showed up for my mri scan half hour early! And was told there was a delay so I waited for 2 hours? And still nothing.Maria RiveraMy niece was having a heart problem. She was on the wheel chair in pain and I was there before the other people came. The nurse took the other person on before us. Look like racism because we are Latin . This is ridiculous!!!Renee NelsonToday my spouse who is a heart patient was attempting to be seen in the E.R he laid there from 9:30 am until almost 5 PM. they say they were trying to schedule a ct scan. He asked a nurse about the procedure, I guess he thought he was out of ear shot range but the patient heard him, so my husband asked them to remove the iv line so he could go. This is the 2nd instance of let’s say mild neglect when u fool with this E.R. Several years ago My friend mentioned to me about mild neglect or covert racism. I didn’t see it then but we sure experienced it today!!!!! Kudos to the er staff that did not help a patient. Today y’all sucked. let’s see if i get a call back from hospital admin!Christopher MCost me $2200 to get two stitches after normal business hours. Could not be more dissatisfied.J Ames⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️Great staff by the nurses, I’ve been here 2 days so far. Food is decent only been on full liquids. But overall good experienceL0st_ Prophet⭐️⭐️⭐️Decent medical care, attentive staff, but you’re going to wait a long time behind the mass amount of people that come in for a common cold or a headache. Just the cost of the hospital being in a large city, it is what it is.grandmahugzarebestforhearts IdrizowService was very disatisfying. The emergency room tech who took care of me was very inexperienced and somewhat rude when my dad asked if they could do some tests and figure things out from that point. He said it would not help. I was so stressed out I almost cried. I want the emergency room employees to know that their service was very poor and I will not come back to their emergency department. Can the head of the emergency room talk to the employees that I was there because something was very wrong. I hate your emergency room and the effort was so little it was pathetic. Do betterG PullanoStarting to believe this is the worlds worse hospital! This hospital puts business before care! They lack common sense and compassion. Last week they sent my 83 yr old mother home – where she lives alone, with 2 compression fractures in her spine with instructions for no bending, lifting or twisting. They recommended she go to transition care, but did NOT follow through by keeping her in the hospital, instead they sent her home with instructions not to do anything. I had to fly from my home in Florida to be with her, because she can not be left alone. She can not perform the basic daily functions on her own and they send her home alone. Even the home health care worker who visited said she should be in transitional care. She went back to the hospital Monday and the care gets even worse there. She spends the whole night in a room, where no one checks on her, no one gives her any food, water or pain medicine. How would you feel with two broken bones in your back and no pain medicine. The nurse comes on shift and pulls her out of bed (didn’t read the care instructions), probably cracked a couple more bones. They aught to be ashamed of themselves. Incompetence everywhere. How hard is it to justify an 83 yr old with cracked spine be admitted into the hospital for a few days. Whats become of our health care system that business is put before patient care!Michael khanHere with my friend who fell and have severely lacerated his fingers where you can see the bones on at least three fingers. Waiting for almost two hours and still no one calling his name. Asked a nurse about the reason behind the excessive delay, she gave me cold shoulder. The sign says the wait time may be 3-4 hours. How could someone in the ER may have to wait over 4 hours to see a doctor? I can’t imagine. United has to do something about this or next time I am not bringing anyone here.Robert A. James⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️My mom was hospitalized here for 7 weeks. The doctors and nurses did there best to meet my mom’s complicated clinical needs. I have no complaints and commend the staff members.Therese McKenzie⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedGot wonderful care both in the ER and in the Hospital.abdur rahman MohamedThis is the worst hospital in Mn especially for people of color. Their explicit racism is compared to none. The hospital staff called security on my visitors because “ they weren’t cleaning after their mess” I confronted them about their prejudice, a security girl threatened me with a trespassing. I asked her why are you threatening me and she told me “you are arguing with me” really?!! Isn’t that abuse of power?! She finally gave me a trespassing. What’s worse is they wouldn’t even let me say bye to my wife who gave birth in their hospital. What a rude and racist staff! Will never go back to this racist environment?Kalel LennonYesterday afternoon the receptionist mocked me when giving her a patients name over the phone. One of the rudest and most unprofessional receptionist. Disgusting.Kimbler McLaneThis is the worst hospital to have a baby. My daughter is 39 weeks pregnant and her contractions are 5 minutes apart. They keep coming in the room saying they are going to keep her for another hour and then they will check her. They don’t come back for 1 1/2 hours and check her only to take all the monitors off of her and tell us they are sending her home. She is dialated 3 1/2 cm. No one is telling us anything then they come back in and tell us the are concern about the fluid around the baby so the are ordering an ultrasound and start hooking her back up to monitors. We have been here for hours over 6 hours and a Dr just shows up to talk to us in a very dismissive manner. We are still so in the dark about what is going on. When we ask questions they are very vague with the answers. If they send her home we are not coming back here to this Hospital we will go to St. John’s Hospital. Two of my children were born here and I NEVER had this kind of thing happen. Right now I have nothing good to say about United and I don’t trust them with two lives that mean the world to me.Wehrlybird⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI’m currently here in the surgery center. Just had knee replacement surgery yesterday morning. Everything, from the info and assistance from the pre-op nursing staff to check in to surgery and care after has been flawlessly wonderful! I’d heard plenty of horror stories about this surgery from those who’ve had it. I work in skilled trades, so many coworkers have joints broken down from a career of physical work. So I was understandably filled with anxiety about the process and the pain etc. All my fears have been tossed out the window. Surgery was around noon yesterday and I was easily able to walk around the halls with just a walker that I didn’t rely on much, did another round today. I think this is due in large part to the quality of the surgeon (Dr Heller, who is truly awesome) and all the care from the whole team and facility. They’re very proactive and seamless on infection prevention, making sure I’m safe and comfortable – and reasonably pain free (very little pain considering the surgery.) And every single employee has been highly professional, far above competent, and genuinely friendly and helpful. I’ll be back in a month for the other knee and I’m looking forward to it. I highly recommend it!Olivia Hall0 stars. They let their hospital staff take advantage of people and could care less what it means to someone. They don’t care. They’re there for the pay check.Mariah Cuenta⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThe infusion center is the best staff I’ve experienced within those walls of that hospital. amazing staff, AM & PM. Shout out to Tammy & Annie 🙂 Perinatal Clinic was amazing from their scheduler to the nurses & MD’s. I am delivering my twins at Abott MBC but live closer to the united one. & the experience was just truly all I could ask for during this struggling last weeks of my twin pregnancy.Marc W⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedThe Staff was awesome and the Doctor saved my wife’s life. My wife had a 14 hour brain surgery, rebound to normal within a month. If it would not have been for the diligence of the Medical Team, I would be without my wife. I’m forever greatful and appreciate the attention and great care.Michael Kirby⭐️⭐️EKG nurse complete B and shouldn’t be in this line of work. My wife needed a diet order to be approved prior to her ordering room service as she was hungry. Was like pulling out teeth getting someone competent enough to put one in. Bev, her nurse finally had to Do it and she was very nice. The staff didn’t seem to know what her previous days lab results were which was a bit disconcerning to say the least. Overall in terms of health wise, I’m comfortable with United, but for how expensive things are ($5 for 12-pack of tums, etc), I expect better attitudes and competence on services. No, it’s not a hotel I get it, but some things should just be common sense.david englund⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedLet you in but not outsandy romero⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedMy husband was in and out of United hospital to many times to count in the past 4 years. Between the ER, ICU, hospital Doctors and nurses, the fantastic United family Practice team of Doctors and of course the radiology, and vascular teams of amazing Surgeons, Assistance’s, nursing and other staff that assisted in the care of my husband. There are not enough stars up there. I’m just so grateful for all the caring personnel that crossed our paths. I cannot thank them enough for all the care they gave my husband and for the support that they gave me. Thank you so much, I will be forever grateful and give them all 100 star rating.Dale Marinenko⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI had back surgery a number of years ago. I could barely walk when I came in. The surgery is the most successful if anyone else i know who’s had back surgery. The care was excellent as well. I am very happy with the way everything went.Carlos Merino⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedI’d like to aknowledge this hospital has the best care I have seen in the Twin Cities.Eddie and Renee Cann⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️✅ ER RecommendedAmazing service. Q
FAQ: Frequent Questions
Here you can find information and answers to frequently asked questions about the United Hospital Emergency Room in St Paul.
◼️ Open 24 hours this emergency room of St Paul?
Yes, of course. The United Hospital is open 24 hours a day for any emergency.
◼️ Is it also open on Sundays and holidays?
Yes, of course. The United Hospital is open on holidays and also on Sundays.
◼️ What’s the address of the United Hospital in St Paul
The full address is 333 Smith Ave N, St Paul, MN 55102, United States.
◼️ What’s United Hospital phone number?
The phone number of United Hospital is +1 651-241-8000. You can click here to call now from your phone.
◼️ What are the GPS coordinates to get there?
If you use a GPS coordinate system to get to the emergency room, you must enter the following; a latitude of 44.9426927 and a longitude of -93.1075333.
◼️ How much is it to go to the United Hospital?
The cost of visiting the emergency room of United Hospital may vary depending on the type of emergency you have and also the type of insurance you are with. Feel free to ask or call the center before you go.
◼️ How long should you wait in an emergency room?
The waiting time will always depend on the type of emergency at that very moment. You can contact the medical center before to ensure that you can be attended to as quickly as possible.
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