Your Community Emergency Room
Accidents happen. Kids get sick. And chest pain can’t wait. When the unexpected occurs, count on Saddle Rock ER, your community ER, to care for you and your loved ones.
Should I Go to the ER?
If you feel that your life is in danger, call 911 immediately.
If you're not sure if you need to go to the ER, click below for a list of common ER ailments and guidance on when an ER visit is recommended.
Unlike an urgent care center, Saddle Rock ER is staffed 24/7 by board certified emergency medicine physicians and specially trained nurses, allowing for timely treatment of acute illnesses or injuries, without a trip to the hospital.
Saddle Rock ER provides the care you need, close to home.
When the Unexpected Occurs, We’re Here 24/7
Saddle Rock ER sits on the southwest corner of South Gartrell Road and East Dry Creek Road, near E-470. The facility accepts walk-in patients and those arriving by ambulance. If hospital admission is necessary, Saddle Rock ER patients can receive rapid ground or air transport to The Medical Center of Aurora.
A Full Service Emergency Room
Complete with 10 patient beds and a designated trauma room, the facility offers on-site services typically found only in a hospital setting, including:
- Digital radiology
- CT scanning
- Full service laboratory
- Blood bank, exclusively for Saddle Rock ER use
- Full spectrum of emergency diagnostic services
- AirLife helipad for rapid transport of the most critical patients to ICU, Cath lab or Trauma Center
Telemedicine - Saving Time and Lives
As a HealthONE facility, Saddle Rock ER has 24/7 access to an extensive network of stroke and behavioral health experts through our telemedicine program. Using a telemedicine camera and monitoring system, these specialty physicians can instantly evaluate and diagnose patients, working with the on-site ER physician to initiate treatment. Telemedicine technology brings the highest level of stroke and mental health care in the region to your backyard.