At TriCities ER in Prince George County, you and your family have access to the same quality of emergency care you'd expect from a hospital emergency room. Our stand-alone ER allows us to see patients quickly while giving them the highest quality emergency care possible.
Because we’re just like a traditional hospital ER, we have the capability to treat a range of emergencies, from less complex cases like stitches and broken bones, to more life-threatening emergencies like chest pain and potential stroke.
TriCities ER features:
- Separate pediatric & adult waiting area
- All private treatment rooms
- CT-scan capabilities
- Digital ultrasound
- Digital diagnostic & portable X-rays
- On-site laboratory
- Telemedicine technology with specific focus on stroke care and behavioral health
Backed by John Randolph Medical Center, our emergency room is staffed with board-certified emergency room physicians and nurses 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. In the event your emergency requires a fully-staffed hospital, you’ll be transitioned to John Randolph Medical Center, or another HCA hospital in the area.
Your nearest Emergency Room
Located at 1700 Temple Parkway, next to Colonial Harley-Davidson, we serve all areas like Fort Lee, Colonial Heights and Petersburg - among others.
Our ER staff is able to treat a range of medical conditions ranging from dog bites to chest pain.
- Full-service emergency care, including pediatrics
- Minor illness and injury (sprains, strains, breaks, falls, coughs, colds, UTIs)
- Major medical concerns (drug overdose, burns, sepsis)
- Heart concerns (chest pain, shortness of breath, heart failure, cardiac arrest)
- Respiratory issues (asthma, COPD, difficulty breathing)
- Neurological (stroke, seizure, migraines, numbness, slurred speech, minor head injuries)
- Life issues (animal bites, allergic reactions, cuts, wounds)
- Emotional wellness (acute and chronic behavioral health)
Thanks to our conveniently located emergency room, quality emergency care is never far away.
Go to the ER:
- Heart attack
- Head injury
- High fever
- Broken bone
Go to Urgent Care:
- An X-ray
- Bad cold/flu
- Cuts that may need stitches
Call your Doctor:
- Situations that aren't life-threatening
- Common cold/illness
- Routine tests
- Shots & vaccinations
- Health exams
Medical Emergency: If you are experiencing a medical emergency and think it may be life threatening, don’t drive to the nearest emergency room. Call 911 for transportation and immediate medical evaluation.