Emergency Care - Main Campus
Capital Regional Medical Center
2626 Capital Medical Blvd.
Tallahassee, FL 32308
Phone: (850) 325-5090
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If you think you may be experiencing a medical emergency, immediately call your doctor or 911.
The Emergency Department at Capital Regional Medical Center is staffed around the clock by physicians,nurses and healthcare professional specifically trained to deliver emergency medical services at a moment's notice.
The Department is fully equipped to handle urgent and critical emergencies, including multiple trauma cases; cardiac, neurological and pediatric emergencies; orthopedic injuries; obstetrical and gynecological cases; and other emergencies.
Physicians in 20 specialties and subspecialties readily available, residents from throughout the region are assured access to comprehensive emergency healthcare 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week.
Pediatric Emergency Room
In 2010, Capital Regional medical Center hospital provided emergency care to more than 12,000 children. Now the facility will open its new Pediatric Emergency Room in August. Learn More
Capital Regional Medical Center offers the area's only division designed to treat minor emergencies as a priority. ExpressCare is a division of the Emergency Department and is designed to treat problems such as sprains, fractures, flu, respiratory infections and common pediatric concernswithout the traditional emergency room wait.
ExpressCare is open 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. seven days a week. Our staff of highly skilled emergency department physicians and nurses are ready to treat your minor emergency without the traditional ER wait.
ExpressCare is not intended to compete with primary care physicians, the goal is to provide worker-friendly medical care when doctor’s appointments are hard to get or after office hours. ExpressCare is part of the Emergency Department.
As the owner of Florida Motor Sports dealership,Tallahassee resident Kent Johnson is always on the go, but one Friday in March, he was forced to slow down when he began experiencing pain in his lower right side. His primary care physiciansuspected acute appendicitis and said, “You need to go straight to the hospital. What hospital do you want to go to?." Kent chose Capital Regional Medical Center.
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