Get state-of-the-art care at Complete Care’s Nacogdoches Rd. emergency room in San Antonio

Complete Care is now in-network for Blue Cross Blue Shield!

Complete Care provides the highest quality, 24-hour emergency care on Nacogdoches Rd. in the San Antonio area. With our low wait times and transparent billing, walk-in patients are always welcome. Get seen in minutes, not hours, for emergency room services. We combine advanced emergency techniques with knowledgeable physician care. Whether a patient has a broken bone or serious chest pains, our emergency room team can provide proper care.

What our Nacogdoches emergency room offers

Our Nacogdoches emergency room provides elite medical care for San Antonio’s minor and major emergency care needs. Whether you’re managing an illness or facing serious abdominal pains, our emergency care physicians have the experience and expertise to treat a wide range of injuries and illnesses, including:

And many more...

Our Nacogdoches Rd. ER in the San Antonio area is completely equipped with state-of-the-art technology to diagnose and treat medical emergencies. Our facilities offer the following additional services:

Our medical staff

The medical staff at Complete Care on Nacogdoches Rd. is made up of emergency physicians, ER nurses, and ER radiology technologists all working together to provide top-tier emergency room care. We are here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to ensure that our community is healthy, happy, and cared for.

Complete Care on Nacogdoches Rd. is a designated safe baby location

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. 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; Complete Care’s Nacogdoches Rd. emergency room in the San Antonio area is one of these designated safe places. You can find out more information about this law in the Texas Family Code, Chapter 262, Sub-chapter D. Emergency Possession of Certain Abandoned Children.