Meridian Park Medical Center

In An Emergency

Emergency care at Legacy Meridian Park

Main hospital entrance:
19300 S.W. 65th Ave.
Tualatin, OR 97062
Map and directions
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Emergency Entrance:
Southeast side of hospital off Borland Road

Hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

Our highly skilled staff treats both children and adults in a compasionate, family-friendly environment.

Features


  • Specialized care: Our specialists, including orthopedic surgeons, neurologists and cardiologists, are available around the clock, meaning patients with stroke or cardiac symptoms can be treated within seconds.
  • Stroke program: We are a national leader in stroke care, as certified by the Joint Commission and the American Stroke Association.
  • Shortest wait time: Our emergency room wait time is the shortest in the area: an average of just 13 minutes. Family-friendly care
  • Fast track for smaller emergencies streamlines the care

For chest pain

Patients with chest pain or other heart attack symptoms are treated within seconds at our Chest Pain Center. Care actually begins in the ambulance and continues in the emergency room, where patients are either immediately admitted as an inpatient or admitted for observation.

If a patient is actually having a heart attack when they arrive at the hospital, our award-winning cardiac intervention program has everything that's needed, right on the spot. Legacy Meridian Park meets the criteria for a Chest Pain Center established by the Society of Chest Pain Centers, a nonprofit international society dedicated to eliminating heart disease as the leading cause of death worldwide.

Family-friendly care

We have a kid-friendly waiting area just for children, equipped with child-sized furniture and separated from the adult waiting area. Our relationship with Randall Children's Hospital at Legacy Emanuel offers easy access to unparalleled pediatric expertise for the most serious and complex cases.

When does a child need emergency care? The guidelines below can help. For extra peace of mind, we suggest that you fill out a consent form and leave it with your babysitter or temporary guardian, in case you're not available when your child needs emergency care.