There’s No Time to Wait in an Emergency!

There’s No Time to Wait in an Emergency!

We Agree 100%.

Emergencies can happen when you least expect them. When an emergency happens to a loved one, there is only one thing in our minds, get them the help they need, fast!

The problem is that wait times at hospital ER’s are long because of staffing issues and overcrowding. This also affects the quality of service received. The more patients’ doctors must treat, the less time they have, to spend with each of them.

At Altus Emergency Centers, we have always put patients first, and our response times have consistently been faster than the state average. And today, with our new online check-in system, we can guarantee a no wait time for every patient.

By filling out our simple check-in form while in route to one of our centers, our staff will be waiting for you at the door when you arrive.

When is it an Emergency?

Not every illness or injury requires a visit to our ER, but these symptoms certainly do:

  • Chocking
  • Trouble Breathing
  • Head Injuries
  • Injury to Neck or Spine
  • Electric Shock or Lightning Strike
  • Severe Burns
  • Severe Chest Pains or Pressure in the Chest Area
  • Seizures
  • Fainting
  • Pain in the Arm, or Jaw
  • Severe Headaches
  • Suddenly not Being Able to Speak, See, Walk or Move
  • Sudden Weakness or Drooping on One Side of the Body
  • Inhaled Smoke or Poisonous Fumes
  • Sudden Confusion
  • Heavy Bleeding that Won’t Stop
  • Broken Bones
  • Deep Wounds
  • Severe Allergic Reactions with Trouble Breathing, Swelling, Hives
  • High Fever with Headache and Stiff Neck
  • Poisoning
  • Drug or Alcohol Overdose

Time Sensitive Conditions


Many of the symptoms listed above could indicate you are having a stroke or a heart attack. Both conditions require prompt treatment to improve the survival rate.

For instance, following a stroke, patients must receive clot-busting drugs within three hours for the best chance at avoiding long-term cerebral or physical damages.

In the case of a heart attack, patients must receive treatment to unblock clogged coronary arteries no more than 90 minutes after a heart attack.

What’s more, specialized care, including cooling therapy and cardiac catheterization, given after cardiac arrest, has been shown to improve survival.

Know Where to Go in Case of an Emergency.

How Altus Emergency Centers Compares to State and National Averages

Overcrowding and understaffing issues in hospital emergency departments have created a state and national crisis.

Because of emergency room delays, many patients develop complications and require longer recovery times. This can take a toll not only on the health of the patient but also on their family finances.

At Altus Emergency Centers, we continue to work to provide our patients with the best care, delivered immediately, and at an affordable price.  

As you can see, our efforts have paid off!

Percentage of Patients Who Leave the ER Without Being Seen by a Doctor

(Lower Percentages are Better)

Altus ER


Texas Average


National Average


Percentage of patients who came to the emergency department with stroke symptoms who received brain scan results within 45 minutes of arrival

(Higher percentages are better)

Altus ER


Texas Average


National Average


Average (median) time patients spent in the emergency department before they were seen by a healthcare professional

(A lower number of minutes is better)

Altus ER

0 minutes

Texas Average

25 minutes

National Average

18 minutes

Texas and National Averages were Obtained from the Medicare site.

Why waste time and risk the life of a loved one while waiting at a hospital ER, when our team of top rated physicians and nurses can be waiting for you at the door to give you or your loved ones the lifesaving treatment they need.

There’s No Time to Wait in an Emergency!


How Does the Online Check-In Work?

Watch Reagan explain how to use our Quick & Easy Online Check-In System.  It comes in handy to know there’s a great solution as we know there’s no time to wait in an emergency!  Here, he is explaining how it works for Lumberton but you can find it right on our home page, Altus Emergency or just scroll below!

Check-In Online

Altus Emergency Centers Texas

is Here for You 24/7

Altus Emergency Centers are all open 24/7/365, with no lines. Our facilities are well-equipped to diagnose and treat everything from major to minor adult and pediatric emergencies.  We are honored to be a part of our beautiful Texas communities and work hard each day to help see them grow and prosper!

24 Hour ER Services – Best in Texas

Looking for the best quality 24 hour ER services?

We offer the best freestanding 24 hour ER services in Texas. We have top of the line medical technology and highly experienced ER healthcare experts prepped and ready to come to your aid in Baytown, Lake Jackson, Lumberton, and Waxahachie.

Each ER team is highly efficient in treating chest and abdominal pains, pediatric emergencies, flu symptoms, sports injuries, bone breaks, and fractures, as well as all other major and minor injuries. All services are available 24/7, including weekends and holidays with little to no wait times.  After You Receive Quality ER Care, our Patient Advocate will help ensure Hassle-Free Billing.

Our Promise is to Always Help Find the Best Solutions in Benefit of our Patients from the time you walk-in without having to wait in line and when you are personally assisted with the billing process.  We are here to help you get well and stay well!


Hurricane Harvey Stories in Images & Video


Real Life Hurricane Harvey Stories from Inside Altus ER

Harvey Stories in Video, Photography, and Testimonies.

The days between August 25 – 30th will be etched in our Nation’s mind for eternity. The chaos ensuing Hurricane Harvey’s landfall on the Texas coast and the subsequent devastation of entire coastal and nearby towns is something that will take a long time to overcome.

Thankfully, Texans are a resilient people, and together we will rebuild our homes and businesses and come out stronger than ever before. This storm knocked us to our knees but it did not kill our spirit of service, there is no better example than the sacrifice made by the Altus ER staff.  In spite of their personal circumstances, they banded together to keep our facilities in Baytown, Lake Jackson, Lumberton, and Waxahachie open before, during and after the storm.


We were kind of a place of refuge in a way, we had people come in and you could tell they were in a state of shock because they had lost their homes and were currently living in a shelter. I don’t know, I just kind of saw them at their lowest point and thankfully we were able to at least help them through one part of their lives at that time” – Kamey Jolly, Register Nurse.


We could not be prouder of our dedicated staff, who put aside their personal needs to offer much needed medical attention to patients who otherwise would not have received any attention, we saved lives in the process and that is ultimately our mission.

Powerful Images in Drone Photos

Harvey Flooding from an Aerial Perspective.



The Story of the Storm that Became One of the Most Destructive and Costliest Hurricanes in History

The weather system known as Harvey became a tropical storm on August 17th, just east of the Lesser Antilles, at which point it began to be watched closely by the National Hurricane Center. However, just a couple of days later, as the storm moved through the eastern Caribbean, it was hit by dry air and unfavorable winds which degraded it back to a tropical wave, as a result the National Hurricane Center stopped issuing advisories for the disturbance.

The remnants of Harvey continued moving northwest, crossing the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, on August 23rd it reached the Gulf of Mexico and encountered favorable conditions which led to it once again becoming a tropical storm.

Then the unthinkable happened, within 56 hours, Harvey turned from a tropical storm into a category 4 hurricane, catching all Texas coast residents off-guard, few had time to evacuate, or take the necessary precautions to safeguard their belongings and their lives.

Harvey made landfall late on August 25th, near the town of Rockport, but it continued to linger on the eastern coast of Texas for the next 4 days before making its final landfall near Cameron, LA. The system brought with it massive amounts of rain, causing record rainfall ranging from 40 to 52 inches of rain; resulting in several flash flood emergencies being issued for the cities of Houston, Beaumont, and other nearby communities.

The decision to keep all four of our Altus Emergency Center facilities open and prepared during this crisis proved to be a lifesaving especially in the case of our Lumberton facility due to our proximity to North Beaumont, a region that was severely affected by the flood waters. Had we not been available to accept patients from surrounding areas, these people would have had no medical attention at all.

Our brave staff of doctors, nurses, technicians, and other support positions, put aside their personal perils and hardships to provide quality care for those in need. The experience has had a profound impact in their lives, brought them closer as a team and as a community.


“We really had to pull together and it was a little scary knowing we were on our own little island and pretty much the only medical care for anyone to seek”
– Kamey Jolly Registered Nurse

A Street Perspective of Harvey

No matter how much you try to plan ahead, you can never understand the impact of a natural disaster until you live it.  As the landfall date neared, people rushed to fill their cars with gas, encountering long lines as far as the eye could see.  Then, supermarkets were left with bare shelves and the streets began to flood.  Lovely neighborhoods were quickly flooded.  Many are still feeling the effects of Hurricane Harvey.


Hurricane Harvey Stories from Within Altus ER Lumberton


Personal Stories of Loss and Survival

Like many other Texans our staff suffered the effects of this storm, many lost their homes and cars to flooding, others were separated from their loved ones during the rescue efforts, yet none of this kept them from coming into our Altus Emergency Center in Lumberton, Baytown, and Lake Jackson, to help patients in need of medical assistance.

If it were not for them, the number of fatal casualties from this storm would have been much higher than it was.

Hurricane Harvey as Lived by Courtney Bell

Losing your home and everything you have worked for over the years to flood waters, and having to be evacuated on an Army truck while being 25-weeks pregnant with your first child, is a terrifying experience, yet, this did not stop Courtney Bell, one of the registered nurses at our facility in Lumberton, from working a few shifts during this crisis to assist the members of the community and her co-workers, as well as to help her forget about her own problems for a while.

Throughout the entire ordeal, Courtney maintains a positive outlook on life while relying on her loved ones and awesome co-workers, she is hopeful everyone will get through this difficult time and has these encouraging words for her community:

“You are not alone, there are multiple people, millions who are going through this together, just everyday look up, be positive and know that in the end, everything is going to work out for the best”

Courtney Bell RN

Kasey Hebert’s Heart-Wrenching Story

There are few things more frightening in life than not knowing where your loved ones are during a time of crisis. During the storm, Kasey’s parents’ home was flooded, and her 15-year-old daughter and partially paralyzed father had to leave their home in a boat, uncertain where they were going and with their cell phones about to die.

Despite the uncertainty she and her family were facing, Kesey a registrar at the Lumberton facility, like the rest of her co-workers, focused on the task at hand, helping patients, offering comfort and support.

Once out of harm’s way, it would take about a week for the family to reunite, and at that time, stepping into her parents’ home for the first time, Kasey realized how close she came to losing her family. Thankfully everyone is fine, but the experience has profoundly changed her, she has said she is not the same person who walked into the Altus Emergency Center in Lumberton on August 29th, when asked how she managed to get through this ordeal, she replied:

“It was so busy, non-stop, but every once in a while someone would give each other a hug and be like are you ok? We just pushed each other”

Kasey Hebert Registrar

A Tour de Force for Loreal Irvine

Working non-stop in the only medical facility in the area during a time of crisis is one of the most stressful situations anyone can find themselves in. This is exactly what registered nurse Loreal Irvine experienced; she attended a patient for 3 days before they managed to get him out, unfortunately, this patient died the next day. As heartbreaking this was for her, it did not hamper her resolve to keep going and helping other patients, no matter how tired, scared, or sad she was, she kept going.

“We all took part in something that was out of our control and we saved a lot of lives… I think we helped the community, they needed us, so we opened our doors to them and ambulances, we took on all the ambulance patients when we weren’t even staffed to handle that kind of care…”

Loreal Irvine RN

To her, it was an honor to have been a part of this and to have had the privilege to help her community.

Kamey Jolly: The Calm During the Storm

Handling overwhelming situations is a trait that only the best professionals have, and it is certainly an invaluable asset in the medical field, especially for those working in an emergency room. Kamey Jolly, a registered nurse faced record numbers in terms of patient volume in the Lumberton ER during the days of the storm, yet she managed to keep calm and get the job done because she understood the severity of the situation. She recalls how tense those first few days after the storm had been.  Altus Emergency Center had been the only medical facility opened at the time in the area. The influx of critical patients was non-stop; under normal circumstances, a lot of those patients would have been taken to other facilities, but being the only medical center equipped to handle emergencies available during those days, meant they would have to receive them all.

She is proud of the work that was done during those chaotic days, where the center opened its doors to anyone who needed help regardless of their financial situation.

“We completely opened our doors, there was no financial aspect of anything that was covered, we completely opened our doors, anybody who needed medical care received it”

Kamey Jolly RN

Finding Inspiration in the Face of Devastation

Life seemed to be going well for Kelsi Strahan a registered nurse at our Lumberton ER, she recently bought a new house, and was preparing for a much needed and well-deserved vacation, but, when Harvey hit, her new home suffered substantial damaged due to flood water, her car was completely submerged and she along with her neighbors had to be evacuated on a boat. Needless to say, her vacation had to be postponed, as bad as things got for her, all she could feel was inspired by how her community banded together to help each other, and she could not have been prouder of her co-workers.

“It made me really appreciate things more and see how well the community came together and really just worked together, that is really how everyone has made it through”

Kelsi Strahan RN


Heroes Arrived in Flocks to Save the Day

During Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath, many amazing people, first responders, volunteers, local private and government organizations, churches, the military, and businesses came together, risking life and limb to help save their fellow Texans.  The following is a glimpse of the many that came in flocks to help.  There are so many gold-hearted souls that we cannot name them all so to all, we say, “THANK YOU!”, from all of us at Altus Emergency Centers.
We couldn’t have done it without you!

Some Arrived from the Sky

Others Arrived by Land and Water…

All Who Came, Helped and the Help Was Needed.


Through it All, We Remain Open & Ready to Help

We are Always Open and Prepared.

The entire Altus Emergency Center Team is proud to have been of service to thousands of residents in the hardest hit areas of flooding of hurricane Harvey, we are honored to have been a part of the healing efforts, and vow to work tirelessly to help rebuild our cities.

At Altus Emergency Centers, our expertly trained staff is available 24/7. We are here for you in the event of a medical emergency.

Altus Emergency Centers
Freestanding ERs. Saving Lives 24/7. No Lines.

Find an Altus ER Near You.

Better Ways to Clean Children’s Ears – Emergency Medical Services for Children Day 2017

Better Ways to Clean Children's Ears

We’ve All Heard About the Dangers of Cotton Swabs.  What are Better Ways to Clean Children’s Ears?

Over the years there has been a lot of debate centered around what are better ways to clean children’s ears.   In honor of Emergency Medical Services for Children Day 2017 (EMSC), we think it is vital to shed light on this subject.  Despite the amount of information available these days, most parents still do not know that a human’s ear canal is designed to be self-cleaning.

The ear canal is lined by skin that slowly moves out of the canal pushing the wax out towards the pinna or outer ear where it will become dry and flaky and eventually fall out on its own.

Having self-cleaning ear canals is great, but as every parent knows, children have an uncanny ability to get dirt and small objects into tiny orifices, so, these must be checked and cleaned regularly. If when inspecting your child, you find that they have inserted a foreign object into their ear canal, it is crucial that you do not attempt to remove it on your own, as you may cause serious damage to your child, instead head out to the nearest Altus Emergency Center to have one of our expert ER doctors and nurses safely remove the object.  Below we list five better ways to clean children’s ears.

There Are Better Ways to Clean Children's Ears

Time to Move Away from the Cotton Swab Tradition and say, “Hello” to Altus Safety Tips!

Pediatricians have been warning parents about the hazards of using cotton swabs to clean a child’s ear for some time now, which prompts the question of which are the best ways to clean children’s ears on a routine basis.  We want to keep them safe!

The following are Five Alternative Ways to clean your child’s ears:

  • #1 Wash Cloth: Since only the outer ear needs to be cleaned, the safest way to do it is with the use of a soft wash cloth. This is best done after a bath or shower as the moisture will soften the wax and any dirt that may have lodged itself in the outer ear. Be gentle and never insert your finger or other object into the ear canal.

  • #2 Mineral Oil: If you suspect your child’s ear wax has hardened or that they may have a buildup, you can use a few drops of mineral oil or olive oil. The oil should be the warmed up to skin temperature, have your child lie on their side and use a dropper to apply the oil to affected ear. After a few minutes, have your child sit up and let the oil and buildup wax drip out.

  • #3 Hydrogen Peroxide: The use of hydrogen peroxide mixed with water in small children is not advisable, it may cause dizziness and vertigo not to mention it may scare and even traumatize the child.

  • #4 Ear Drops: For school age children, the use of over the counter ear drops like Debrox can be useful, but you should consult your pediatrician before applying them.

  • #5 Candling: This method is not recommended for several reasons. First there is a risk of burn injury to the child, inserting the candle in the ear canal may cause damage to the ear drum, not to mention there is no real evidence that candling has any real effect in ear wax removal.

Keep an Eye Out for Any Signs of Danger

Know the Signs – When to Visit an ER

The Following are Three Signs of Alert

  • #1 – If you notice any blood or pus oozing from your child’s ear,

  • #2 – If they are experiencing pain or discomfort in one of both ears,

  • #3 – Or have any change in their hearing.

Hearing is one of the five senses.  The fact that a child’s ears are fragile and are in development must be taken seriously.  You can prevent permanent damage.  If they experience any of the three symptoms listed above, visit the nearest Altus Emergency Center for a thorough evaluation and treatment.

Pediatrics ER Altus

Happy Emergency Medical Services for Children Day 2017

Altus Emergency Centers
Freestanding ERs.  Saving Lives 24/7.  No Lines.


GET QUALITY & AFFORDABLE 24/7 ER CARE WITHOUT THE LINES. In the event of an emergency, stop and remain calm. At Altus ER Centers we’re open 24 hours, 7 days a week with zero lines. There’s no time to wait. You’re in good hands!

24 Hour ER Services - Best in Texas

Looking for the best quality 24 hour ER services?

We offer the best freestanding 24 hour ER services in Texas. We have top of the line medical technology and highly experienced ER healthcare experts prepped and ready to come to your aid in Baytown, Lake Jackson, Lufkin, Lumberton and Waxahachie.

Each ER team is highly efficient in treating chest and abdominal pains, pediatric emergencies, flu symptoms, sports injuries, bone breaks and fractures, as well as all other major and minor injuries. All services are available 24/7, including weekends and holidays with little to no wait times.

Thank You Marian Skinner – RN & Director of Quality Assurance Retires


After an Amazing Ten Years at Altus Emergency Centers, Marian Skinner, genuine Pillar of the ER Industry is Retiring.

Marian Skinner, a RN responsible for Quality & Risk Management at Altus Emergency Centers has retired after ten glorious years of exemplary service.  In honor of Marian’s Retirement, We’d like to extend a Warm and Heartfelt “Thank You Marian!” from all of us at Altus Emergency Centers.  You have made us better professional and better people.  We will miss you dearly and treasure the memories of the times we shared. We laughed, cried, argued, prayed, forgave and above all, learned from you.  You are and will always be an example of the best of the ER industry and as an amazing human being as a whole.  Thank you Marian for being YOU!



Marian’s Retirement Altus ER Celebration

We all had a great time saying farewell, to a great professional, coworker, mentor and friend, Marian Skinner.  The event was a mixture of fun and nostalgia.  The Altus ER Staff enjoyed food, fun, laughter and tears during Marian’s Retirement Celebration.  The highlight of the event was the Marian Retirement Video in which all had the honor of sharing a personal farewell and best wishes to Marian on her retirement.  Thank you Marian!  We’ll miss you!



Messages to Marian

Marian Skinner caused a lasting impression on the Altus Emergency Staff.  The video speaks of itself.  The following are excerpts on Staff Quotes taken from the “Thank You Marian Video”:

Garrett Syphrett

“You are my Catholic mother…keeping me on the straight and narrow path. Everything I’ve needed and I you’ve ever needed, we’ve worked well together.”

Nick Duplan

“Marian, I hope you enjoy your time and I love you a lot.”

Richelle Blackburn

“We’re going to miss you like crazy. You’ve been my greatest friend, my strongest ally, my biggest supporter. You’re always there to encourage me, to lead me in the right direction…answered to all my questions… I’m still going to have to call you for those pow wow sessions…”

Kevin Garner

“Marian, you’re not allowed to retire… Thank you very much for all of the guidance, mothering and emotional support…”

Lorrie Soffes

“You know how I feel. You are my best friend, I love you.”

Lauren Frazier

“You will truly be missed… Very kind, warm and supportive. You definitely made sure that I understood that you appreciated what I was doing and encouraged me. Small tidbits and words of wisdom…I thank you for them. Straight shooter and honest personality.”

Kim Bowling

“You’ve made a lasting impression on me… A scripture verse that stuck with me, Let nothing be done through strength and glory. Love you!”

Lisa Huebele

“…The best thing that I liked about you is that you were always cheerful. You always had a smile on your face and just so positive about everything…”

Kelly Curtis

“We are going to miss your sweet smile…”

Mary Royal

“From 2007 until today, Marian, you’ve been an amazing voice of encouragement to me. You’ve prayed for me and my family… You were the angel that shadowed over me… You would always smile, you would always say something nice…”

Bradley Jackson

“I owe my career in healthcare to you.  I am grateful for you and your leadership and kindness…”

Reagan Gillespie

“You’re an awesome woman… Thank you for being you… Thank you for being a Proverbs 35 woman during these last nine years. Thank you for strengthening all of us in helping us get through each day…being a shoulder to cry on and ears to listen…”

Kris Jenkins

“It has been a pleasure and honor to work with you for these nine years… I’m really going to miss your leadership, your guidance and your expertise and your support…most of all your love and support… You kept us out of trouble… You’re family to me…”

Kevin Herrington

“Thanks for all the years of support that you’ve given me… I appreciate everything you’ve done for me. You were here when it started, you where here throughout all of the difficult times. Thank you for everything in my personal life that you’ve helped me with…  You’ve been the buffer…”

Christia Malonga

“Thank you for everything that you’ve done for the company and for being such great help when we had our new point orientation in Waxahachie…”

Obi Ononobi

“Thank you all that you’ve done for me. The past four years that I’ve been at Altus you’ve been a big support for me… You’re still family…”

Sandy Page

“Thank for all of your help being a great resource…”

Gay-Lynn Jones

“I have thoroughly enjoyed all of the years working together…”

Amir Bashiri

“Thank you for everything you taught me, I gained a lot of knowledge working with you.  I’ve always considered you a friend and a mentor…”

Nathan Willis

“I’ll always remember the laughs and jokes that we had to share. You’ve always taught me to be honest and straight up and just encouraged me in everything I do and that’s the reason why I’m always prepared and ready…”

Melissa Williamson

“In the past three plus years, I’ve learned more from you than anyone in my entire nursing career. You’re the most amazing woman I’ve ever met. You always had everyone’s best interest at heart and you truly want everyone to succeed. Altus is truly missing the most valued employee they have ever had…  I love you from the bottom of my heart.”

Lisa Lawler

“You have been a blessing to work with and I thank you for your guidance and your encouragement that you’ve shown me directly.  You’ve helped me and so many other coworkers…”

Kris DeVries

“…You have made me be a better manager and for that I thank you… You’ve made us all better, better at our jobs and better people…”

Justin Smith

“I appreciate you and very thankful to work with you for the last, probably going on ten years now. You’ve helped me a lot in my professional career…you always had the right things to say at the right time and always were an encouragement to me…”

Dane Anne Davis

“Thank you for all that you’ve done for me and for all that you’ve taught me… You’ve become a sister that I have never had.”

Thank You!  From All of Us at
Altus Emergency Centers!

24 Hour ER Services - Best in Texas

Looking for the best quality 24 hour ER services?

We offer the best freestanding 24 hour ER services in Texas. We have top of the line medical technology and highly experienced ER healthcare experts prepped and ready to come to your aid in Baytown, Lake Jackson, Lufkin, Lumberton and Waxahachie.

Each ER team is highly efficient in treating chest and abdominal pains, pediatric emergencies, flu symptoms, sports injuries, bone breaks and fractures, as well as all other major and minor injuries. All services are available 24/7, including weekends and holidays with little to no wait times.

Altus Waxahachie ER Center – Now Open – No Wait Times – 24/7

Altus Waxahachie ER Center is Now Open

We’re Ready to Serve You 24/7

& Even During Holidays

Open since April 4th, 2017, the Altus Waxahachie ER Center brings premium ER care to the fine community of Waxahachie.  It is an honor to help improve the healthcare of the region, giving them a better option in cases of urgency. Your life is precious.  At Altus Waxahachie ER Center we manage emergencies with genuine concern in the most quick, professional, knowledgeable and effective manner.

Altus Waxahachie ER CenterPremium & Affordable ER Care

  • Open 24/7 365 Days of the Year

  • Even on Holidays

  • See a Doctor Even at 3 am

  • Board Certified ER Doctors

  • Registered Nurses Specializing in ER Care

  • Expert ER Healthcare Technicians

  • Fully Equipped High Tech ER On-Site Facility

  • No Waiting Ever!

At Altus Waxahachie ER Center first-class emergency medical care and comfort just is around the corner.


Altus Waxahachie ER Center

The Best ER Medical Care:  When it’s More Than Urgent.

When there is No Time to Wait in Line.  We are Here for You 24/7.

Altus 24 Hour ER Services - Best in Texas

Looking for the best quality 24 hour ER services?

Altus Emergency Centers are the best freestanding 24 hour ER services in Texas. We have top of the line medical technology and highly experienced ER healthcare experts prepped and ready to come to your aid in Baytown, Lake Jackson, Lufkin, Lumberton and Waxahachie.

Each Altus team is highly efficient in treating chest and abdominal pains, pediatric emergencies, flu symptoms, sports injuries, bone breaks and fractures, as well as all other major and minor injuries. All services are available 24/7, including weekends and holidays with little to no wait times.

Altus 24 hour ER services: “Where Technology meets ER Services, Without the Wait.”


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