Emergencies can happen at any time. That’s why it's important to be prepared and know where to go when you need medical care- fast. The emergency medicine teams at Cedar Park Regional Medical Center and Cedar Park Regional Emergency Center in Leander provide care to patients when they need it most.
Our highly trained staff can provide care for everything from cuts and broken bones to life-threatening conditions such as heart attack or stroke.
Cedar Park Regional Medical Center provides free, convenient, online self-scheduling for patients. This service allows patients to check-in for estimated treatment times at our emergency rooms and book appointments for healthcare services.
Find projected treatment times at two Cedar Park Regional Medical Center emergency rooms. Instead of sitting in the waiting room, enjoy the convenience and comfort of waiting at home. Once you arrive at your designated time, you will be promptly seen by a healthcare professional. This service does not allow patients to skip in front of other visitors; all patients are seen based on the hospital's standard triage and queuing process. Online check-in should not be used for emergencies. Emergency room care is for life-threatening conditions.
Treatment times available at our emergency rooms:
Cedar Park Regional Medical Center
1401 Medical Pkwy
Cedar Park, TX
Cedar Park Emergency Center - Leander
1751 Crystal Falls Parkway
Leander, TX 78641
Questions about online scheduling? View our Frequently Asked Questions.
Click here to pre-register for an upcoming hospital stay or procedure at a Cedar Park Regional Medical Center.
*Online check-in should not be used for life-threatening emergencies.
Because our ER and urgent care staffs must treat patients based on the severity of illness or injury, your time is not guaranteed. We will see you as close to your designated time as possible. If your symptoms worsen or you believe you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, please call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest emergency department as soon as possible.
You should call 911 or get to the nearest emergency room if you have any of the following symptoms:
- Chest pain
- Trouble breathing
- Bad stomach pain
- Blurred vision
- Bad headache
- Stiffness in your neck
- A Bite/Sting
- If you are pregnant
If the emergency involves a child, please call 911 or go straight to the emergency room if a child has any of the above listed symptoms or any of the following symptoms:
- High or ongoing fever
- Child is very drowsy; you cannot wake the child
- Child is not acting like himself/herself
- Child is under the care of a doctor for a serious condition
- If you believe the child needs to be seen by a doctor right away
You should call 911 or go straight to the emergency room if you feel that you might hurt yourself or someone else.
All patients will receive a medical screening exam at the emergency room regardless of ability to pay.