Call Us: 817-809-2089
Address: 321 W. Southlake Blvd. Suite 140 Southlake TX 76092
Complete Care is proud to offer a transparent billing practice so our patients never have to fear surprise billing.
“When trying to find an emergency room near me, I was glad to have found Complete Care. Your doctor was wonderful and your staff was fantastic.”
– Karen A., Southlake, TX
Southlake Emergency Room
Complete Care Southlake emergency room is the area’s premier Southlake ER providing care for both minor and major emergencies. Our advanced emergency facility provides the same emergency services found in a hospital-based ER but without the long wait. You can expect the right care at the right time from our experienced emergency physicians. Don’t take our word for it: we’ve received over 500 five star reviews on Google from Southlake ER patients like you!
24 Hour ER Services in Southlake
Our Southlake ER is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week including holidays. Complete Care Southlake’s emergency physicians and medical staff are committed to providing expert care in a comfortable setting. We have all of the necessary equipment to treat a wide range of emergencies in a comfortable, convenient location.
Our medical center provides the same services found in a hospital-based ER but without the long wait. At many other Southlake hospitals, you may have to wait 5 hours to be seen.(DFW Average, Medicare.gov) In comparison, Complete Care ER often has 10 to 15 minute wait times, depending on patient flow.
Southlake ER Medical Director
Jeffrey Peebles, M.D.
Dr. Peebles has a fresh mission for delivering advanced emergency care in Southlake. That mission is to provide timely, affordable and high-quality medical care to the Southlake community. While most patients have to endure long wait times in a hospital-based ER, Dr. Peebles and his team deliver the same emergency care found in a hospital ER but in a fraction of the time. Whether you are a child or adult, our emergency team will provide the right care at the right time.
Education and Training
- 1987 – Undergraduate – Stephen F. Austin – Magna Cum Laude
- 1991 – Doctorate of Medicine – University of Texas at Houston
- 1992 – Internship – Eastern Virginia Graduate School of Medicine
- 1995 – Emergency Medicine Residency – Eastern Virginia Graduate School of Medicine
- 1995 – Emergency Medicine Chief Resident – Eastern Virginia Graduate School of Medicine
- Board Certified American Board of Emergency Physicians
- American College of Emergency Medicine
- Texas College of Emergency Medicine
Our Medical Staff
Complete Care Southlake, located at 321 W. Southlake Blvd, opened its emergency room doors on August 25, 2014. To best care for the Southlake community, top notch emergency physicians were recruited to the staff. In fact, the physicians working at Complete Care Southlake have nearly a hundred years of combined emergency medicine experience in and around the Southlake area.
In addition, many physicians working at our Southlake emergency room have background experience working at heart attack, stroke, and trauma centers. This unique experience helps provide you with a fast patient experience, from determining types of bone fractures, knowing what appendicitis pain feels like, when to go to the ER for fever, and much more. Many of the core group of doctors and nurses have a previous working relationship, which adds to the continuity of patient care. Also, the doctors are unique in that they all live in or near the city of Southlake, giving them the advantage of better understanding the personal needs of their patients. The doctors cherish the opportunity to care for their neighbors, and look forward to serving the Southlake community.
Beyond Minor Urgent Care
Complete Care Southlake is a full service ER providing medical attention for Southlake’s emergency room needs. Whether it’s cold-like symptoms, sprained ankle or stroke-like symptoms, our medical staff has the experience to treat your condition. Our Southlake ER staff can help you with everyday accidents, such as a broken or sprained toe, an ACL vs. an MCL tear, and more serious conditions, such as streaks of blood in vomit. In Southlake and across Texas, find a top-rated emergency room near me, 24/7.
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.