As a Level III trauma hospital, our patients can rely on 24/7/365 access to high quality care from board-certified trauma surgeons in the event of an emergency. BSA provides access to the following:
In an emergency, every minute counts. When you find yourself in an emergency, look to the BSA Emergency Room for your care. Equipped with large private rooms, state-of-the-art technology and life-saving services only a hospital can offer, the BSA Emergency Room team is here to quickly and effectively treat you and your family.
The BSA Emergency Room has immediate access to life-saving support services including:
BSA Offers a wide-range of services for minor emergencies including a dedicated urgent care center and an express system for minor emergencies in the BSA Emergency Room.
Fast Tracking Care in the BSA Emergency Room
The BSA Emergency Room's Fast Track system offers less waiting time for treatment of minor emergencies such as the flu, lacerations or rashes. After being checked-in by our front desk staff, your condition will be assessed, and you will be assigned to the appropriate location for your care. If you qualify for the BSA Fast Track system, you will be taken to our Fast Track designated area and cared for by our experienced emergency team. If your condition is more severe, you will be treated in our emergency area.
Putting the Urgent in Care
For non-life-threatening emergencies, BSA Urgent Care Center has been providing excellent care for more than 25 years. With minor surgical procedures, an in-house lab and digital X-rays, BSA Urgent Care Center offers treatment for broken bones, sprains, infections, burns, cuts, flu and more. For more information on BSA Urgent Care Center or to check in online, click here.
The BSA Emergency Medical Services department provides emergency medical services 24/7. We also provide standby services and disaster response to an area of approximately 850 square miles including Canyon, Buffalo Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Bushland, Lake Tanglewood, Palisades, Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Timbercreek Canyon, Umbarger and Wayside.
If you find yourself in an emergency, call 9-1-1 immediately. If you are able, please have your personal information, medical history and current medications written down so that our EMS team can input your data, diagnose and treat you more quickly. While waiting on the ambulance to arrive, please make sure your address is clearly visible, unlock your door, put away your pets and have your ID, insurance cards and current medications with you.
615 West US Hwy 60
Canyon, Texas 79015
9010 South Georgia Street
Amarillo, Texas 79118
Have your personal information, medical history and current medications written down. Be sure your address is clearly marked on your home so police, fire and EMS can find you easily.
The BSA MED+VAN provides non-urgent medical transportation and is available Monday through Wednesday from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. To arrange transport, please call the Dispatch Center at 806-655-6948.
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