ER Azle

As of September 1st, 2018 this facility is under new management by Encore Medical and is in the process of transferring ownership to Encore Medical.

Complete Care has enjoyed serving the Azle community and thank you for trusting us to serve you and your families’ medical emergencies.

For billing questions:  214-390-7697
For job openings, patient care, or any other questions please call 817-752-3050

Call Us: 817-752-3050

Address: 611 Northwest Parkway Azle, Texas 76020

Azle Emergency Room

A full service emergency care 24/7 with exceptional customer service. With our fully operational emergency room, shorter wait times than hospital emergency rooms, and state of the art medical facility this is the premier choice for emergency care.

24 Hour ER

For more serious medical conditions, count on Azle ER to treat your emergency needs without the typical long wait times associated with hospital emergency rooms. Whether you or a family member need assistance with severe cold symptoms or abdominal pain, our staff of emergency care physicians is here to help. We know emergencies happen at any moment which is why Azle ER is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week including holidays. You never need an appointment just walk in!

Azle Medical Director

Michael L. Bailey, DO

Dr. Bailey is the medical director for Azle ER. Dr. Bailey and his team of medical providers treat patients of all ages and is committed to treating the community of Azle and surrounding areas.

Education and Training

  • 1992 – University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas
  • 1997 – University of North Texas Health Science Center, Ft. Worth, Texas
  • 2000 – John Peter Smith Hospital, Ft. Worth, Texas

Professional Associations

  • Texas Medical Association
  • American Academy of Family Physicians
  • National Society of Cosmetic Physicians
  • American Academy of Anti-aging Medicine

Designated Safe Baby Location

If you have a newborn that you’re unable to care for, you can bring your baby to a designated safe place with no questions asked. Under the Baby Moses Law, parents are allowed to surrender their babies younger than 60 days at a hospital, fire station, free standing emergency center, or EMS station. You can find this law in the Texas Family Code, Chapter 262, Sub-chapter D. Emergency Possession of Certain Abandoned Children.