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Our ER Team

Every day, 24 hours a day, Midwest Regional Medical Center’s emergency room doctors, nurses and other health care staff are available to provide you and your loved ones with expert care.

Joel W. Anderson, III MD
Emergency Medicine
Alejandro S. Anzaldua MD
Emergency Medicine
Edward Raymond Armstrong MD
Emergency Medicine
Scott Allen Chappell MD
Emergency Medicine
Gary D. Conrad MD
Emergency Medicine
Justin Graham Dockendorf MD
Emergency Medicine
Michael V. Kalcich MD
Emergency Medicine
Sang H Lee DO
Emergency Medicine
Michael D Padgham MD
Emergency Medicine
J. David Walsh MD
Emergency Medicine

Resources and Support

Get trusted information about how to prepare for and recognize emergency situations, and how to respond quickly and efficiently when faced with an emergency.

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Potential Emergency Situations and Conditions
Many nontraumatic situations or conditions may occur and need to be handled properly. Listed in the directory below are some, for which we have provided a brief overview.
Sports-Related Injuries

Most sports injuries are due to either trauma or overuse of muscles or joints. The majority are caused by minor trauma involving muscles, ligaments, tendons, or bones.

When to Call for Help

Anytime you are not comfortable with a medical situation, call 911 (or your local emergency number), go to your nearest emergency room, or call your family physician.

Emergency Information Form

In an emergency, it is easy to "forget" even the most well-known information. That is why it is crucial for you to complete the information in this form for each member of your household. 

Child Health Emergencies

Having a very sick or severely injured child is a parent’s worst nightmare. If it happened to your child, would you know the best way to go about getting treatment? Knowing when to call an ambulance is important.

Emergency Care: When is it the Right Choice

If you're sick or hurt and want help quickly, it may seem like a good idea to go to the emergency room (ER) for care. You may think of the ER as a source of the most immediate medical attention, but if your situation is not a real emergency, this isn't true.

How to Respond to an Eye Injury

If you suffer a serious eye injury, what you don't do immediately afterward may help more than what you do.


Many poisonous substances can potentially turn fatal if inhaled, digested, or absorbed by the body. 

Expert emergency care, 24/7

Every day, 24 hours a day, Midwest Regional Medical Center’s emergency room doctors, nurses and other health care staff are available to provide you and your loved ones with expert care. Our emergency department has 32 private treatment rooms and was designed with optimum patient comfort and privacy in mind. There are two distinct areas of treatment within the department - one for minor emergencies and the other for major health care emergencies.  

A better experience for patients

Our emergency room associates are committed to providing a smooth ER visit for you and your family.

Some of the area's most experienced physicians and nurses provide emergency care to our community 24 hours a day, seven days a week at Midwest Regional's emergency department. All of our physicians and nurses have been specially trained to provide skilled, professional care in an emergency setting. In addition, our nurses are certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, and Trauma Nurse Care Curriculum.

Emergency Department

Specially equipped rooms are available in the emergency department for patients requiring cardiac, trauma, gynecologic, pediatric, orthopedic and psychiatric care or isolation. Midwest Regional Medical Center’s Emergency Department also features a radiology room dedicated to specific injuries that need immediate diagnosis.

Midwest Regional also has a dedicated room for sexual assault exams. Midwest Regional is one of three hospitals in the metro that participates in the S.A.N.E. program, which provides a specially trained registered nurse to conduct the exams.


All patients who enter the emergency department (expect those arriving by ambulance) will be triaged by a registered nurse who will conduct a focused assessment based on presenting symptoms and complaints. This information will be used to direct patients to the appropriate area for care. In some instances, patients will proceed to the diagnosis area during the triage process. The diagnosis area expedites certain tests such as labs, x-rays and EKGs in order to have data available to the physician during the medical screening.

Ambulance Services

Midwest Regional Emergency Medical Service (EMS) is the oldest and largest hospital-based ambulance service in Oklahoma, and provides emergency response to Midwest City, Del City, Choctaw, Nicoma Park, Luther, Spencer, Hickory Hills, Harrah, Jones, Newalla, Moore, Forest Park, and southwest Lincoln County. The service area is approximately 240 square miles.


Midwest EMS employs over 100 medics and operates 14 advanced life support vehicles. It has many services including:

  • 911 Emergency transport
  • Non-emergency transport services
  • CareVan wheelchair transport
  • EMS standby for community events
  • Fleet maintenance for emergency response agencies

All ambulances are licensed at the paramedic level, the highest level of pre-hospital emergency medical training available in the state of Oklahoma. EMS personnel employed by Midwest Regional are State and Nationally licensed. All paramedics are required to maintain Advanced Cardiac Life Support certification and undergo field performance evaluations conducted by the EMS medical director twice a year.


All EMS units respond with advanced cardiac life support capabilities with equipment on each vehicle that allows paramedics to identify and manage a wide variety of medical and traumatic emergencies. In addition to all required ALS equipment, each unit is equipped with an IV infusion pump, pulse oximeter, doppler stethoscope, blood glucometer, transport ventilator, CPAP respiratory devices, and 12 Lead ECG monitor/defibrillator. Midwest Regional paramedics were among the first in the state to use the LifePak 12 to transfer diagnostic quality 12-lead EKGs from the emergency scene to the awaiting emergency physician.

Midwest Regional EMS works in coordination with the Midwest City Emergency Operations Center (EOC) to assure rapid and accurate dispatch of EMS units. As a result of that communication, the average response time is within the standards recommended by the American Heart Association and the American College of Surgeons. Here a few situations requiring an ambulance:

  • Motor vehicle accidents with injury
  • No respiration/pulse
  • Heat attack/chest pain or shortness of breath
  • Unresponsive/unconscious
  • Strokes/seizures
  • Traumatic injury involving burns, heavy bleeding, or broken bones
  • Childbirth
  • Penetrating injuries such as gunshot or knife wounds

To alert an ambulance call 911 for emergency service. For non-emergency transfers call (405) 610-8066 or (405) 733-1414. Residents of southwest Lincoln County call (405) 733-1414 for emergency service.

We can handle everything from sprained ankles and earaches to life-threatening injuries

When you have a medical emergency, you count on the team at Midwest Regional Medical Center. We offer 24-hour emergency room services led by trained emergency medicine physicians who are supported by compassionate medical and professional staff. Our emergency room is easy to access and features comfortable surroundings. We are backed by the full resources of an integrated health system offering the latest medical technology and diagnostic capabilities for adults and children.

Contact Us
Midwest Regional Medical Center
2825 Parklawn Drive Midwest City, OK 73110
(405) 610-4411