Texarkana to get Freestanding Emergency Center


TEXARKANA, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–To keep pace with an increasing demand for quality, concierge-level emergency care, Texarkana Emergency Center will open its freestanding emergency center in early Fall at 4646 Cowhorn Creek Road, Texarkana, TX.

Texarkana Emergency Center (TEC) is founded by 5 board-certified emergency medicine physicians with more than 50 years’ combined ER experience, including previous practice in cardiac, stroke and trauma centers, pediatrics, toxicology, and practice in both urban and rural ERs.

The Texarkana Emergency Center group of physicians currently operates successful Free Standing ERs in Houston, Austin, Beaumont, Laredo, and Dallas, and would like to provide the same great service to the Texarkana community.

TEC provides the quality and level of medical care of a hospital-based ER with a private, patient-focused practice—all right in the convenience of your own neighborhood. All testing is done quickly, on site, and without the delays associated with traditional, hospital-based emergency departments.

In contrast to an urgent care clinic, TEC is a freestanding emergency room with a team of ER trained doctors, nurses, and technologists that are available 24/7. The physicians are all Board Certified, and are among the most experienced and accomplished in the region.

They use the state-of-the-art equipment and technology of a modern hospital emergency room, including CT scans, bedside emergency ultrasound, digital radiology, and a full clinical laboratory ─ all in the comfort of an upscale clinical environment.

“We look forward to provide top notch, patient-centered care to the hard-working community of Texarkana and beyond,” said Matt Young, MD, FACEP, TEC’s Medical Director.

Texarkana Emergency Center will be open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. They are conveniently located at 4646 Cowhorn Creek Road, Texarkana, TX.

To learn more about the myriad services they provide, please email info@TexarkanaEmergencyCenter.com.

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