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Patients & Visitors
Patient Focused Care

Welcome to Starr County Memorial Hospital. This general acute care hospital has grown rapidly since first opening our doors in 1975 and continual growth and expansions for the community are already underway. Our patients and their visitors can enjoy the benefits of having quality care so close to home.


Quality Care Close to Home

Starr County Memorial Hospital continues to provide excellent service through our Board Members, Medical Staff, and Staff Members. Our successful years of operation are a reflection of our dedication to our community.

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Emergency Department


Emergency Services (Trauma Level IV)

Emergencies can happen at any time and Starr County Memorial Hospital has an Emergency Department to provide the community members with services 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. The emergency room provides immediate care for all ages. We are a Level IV Trauma designated facility and strive in providing the most current health care. If a patient requires admission to a hospital, our hospital will arrange all aspects related to the admission or transfer if a higher level of care is required. Our Emergency Room has a triage system that ensures patients do not have long wait times to be treated. We also offer a 24 hour laboratory testing, radiographs, CT Scans, and sonography. Patients seeking emergency care are encouraged not to drive themselves to the emergency room. If you have any questions, please call (956) 487-9006.Our Ambulance /EMS Department is the sole 911 EMS Provider in Starr County. If you feel that you need immediate medical attention, you should call 911 to request emergency transport services by our EMS personnel.

Starr County Memorial Hospital also offers a Trauma Level IV Emergency Department which is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with both physician and nursing coverage. Our experienced emergency team provides quality care to life's everyday emergencies.NOTE:

Please remember to bring the following list of documents to the Emergency Department:
1. A complete listing of current medications, when possible.
2. Health insurance identification card, if possible.For Emergency Ambulance Transportation, please look at our in house Ambulance Care Service
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