How Do You Know What Type of Care to Seek?
All health care professionals want to provide the best possible health care in a convenient and timely fashion. That’s why care is offered in a variety of settings. Learn more.
Emergency Medicine in Austin
Our Emergency Department offers physician coverage 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Referrals and expert consultants, including family medicine, pediatrics, gastroenterology, surgery, orthopedics and obstetrics are available as needed to treat patients. Diagnostic laboratory, radiology/imaging, respiratory care, and other critical care services are also available 24 hours a day.
If your emergency medicine provider suspects you are having a stroke, he or she will activate the stroke telemedicine hotline at Mayo Clinic, which connects them to a Mayo Clinic vascular neurologist. The vascular neurologist will provide a real-time, audiovisual consultation and evaluation. Having this technology available reduces the risk of stroke-related disabilities for our patients. Read more about stroke telemedicine.
Crime Victim's Resource Center (CVRC)
The CVRC provides support and advocacy to victims of crime, emotional, physical and sexual assault.
- Grant funded
- All services are free
- Criminal justice system advocacy
- Support/education group