Heart Attack, Stroke Care and Other Emergency Services

Spring Valley Hospital Medical Center
5400 South Rainbow Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV 89118
Phone: 702-853-3000

A medical emergency can be stressful time for patients and their families. That’s why doctors, nurses, therapists and technicians work as a team in the Emergency Department at Spring Valley Hospital Medical Center to provide efficient emergency services and urgent care 24 hours a day. 

Fast Track is an area of the Emergency Department in which people with non-life-threatening conditions, such as strains, sprains, cold or flu, can get the care they need more quickly than in the main ED area.

Don’t wait! If you’re having a medical emergency go to the nearest emergency room or call 9-1-1.

ER Reserve

ER Reserve lets you request a time (up to 12 hours in advance) in the ER for non-life-threatening injuries or illnesses such as:

  • Flu
  • Sore throat
  • Earache
  • Cough or cold
  • Muscle strains and sprains

Request a time with er reserve

The Emergency Department at Spring Valley Hospital features a comfortable, spacious environment to treat patients who need emergency care for minor ailments or more serious injuries and illnesses such as:

  • Stroke or heart attack
  • Chest, abdominal or back pains
  • Cuts, contusions, sprains or broken bones
  • Infections such as upper respiratory infections

The Emergency Department is designed for air ambulance services with a helipad located just steps from the emergency room. 

ER at Blue Diamond — Now Open!

The ER at Blue Diamond, a freestanding emergency department on the northwest corner of Blue Diamond and Cimarron, is now open.

The facility operates as a 24-hour extension of Spring Valley Hospital’s emergency department and features:

  • Seven treatment rooms
  • Three rapid medical exam rooms
  • Advanced imaging services, such as CT, ultrasound and X-ray
  • An on-site laboratory

Learn more about ER at Blue Diamond >

Accredited Chest Pain Center 

Spring Valley Hospital is nationally recognized by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care for percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI). PCI, also known as coronary angioplasty, is a procedure in which stenotic (narrowed) coronary arteries of the heart are opened with small balloons threaded through an artery. The Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care's goal is to reduce mortality from heart attacks by teaching the public to recognize and react to the early symptoms of a heart attack and to reduce the time that it takes to receive treatment.

Primary Stroke Center

Spring Valley Hospital was the first in southwest Las Vegas to be certified as an Advanced Primary Stroke Center by The Joint Commission. The Joint Commission's Certificate of Distinction for Advanced Primary Stroke Centers recognizes centers that make exceptional efforts to foster better outcomes for stroke care. To achieve certification for one year, stroke centers must demonstrate that they comply with standards, clinical practice guidelines and performance measurement activities. To maintain certification, a stroke center must attest to continued compliance with standards and evidence of performance measurement and improvement activities each year, pass an on-site review conducted every two years by The Joint Commission and complete a bi-annual submission of an acceptable assessment of compliance by the organization.

Spring Valley Hospital was also recognized by the American Stroke Association/American Heart Association with the 'Get With the Guidelines Gold Plus Quality Achievement' and 'Target: Stroke Elite Honor Roll Award.' The award recognizes the hospital's commitment and success ensuring that stroke patients receive the most appropriate treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines based on the latest scientific evidence.

An Efficient Emergency Department

Spring Valley Hospital's EMS Triage Room and Service helps improve the patient experience by minimizing wait times. With this service, patient intake and assessment time can be reduced to as little as five minutes, which speeds the time to treatment.