Life Savers Emergency Room is equipped to provide the same level of access and services as hospital-based emergency rooms, with the exception of trauma care. However Life Savers Emergency Room has no wait time and is consistently quicker than hospital ERs.
Unlike urgent-care centers, freestanding emergency centers are required to operate 24/7 – they must be open 24 hours, have ER physicians on-site at all times, provide round-the-clock lab and imaging services, and stock medications not required for urgent-care centers.
As a state-licensed facility, Life Savers ER must also fulfill architectural and equipment requirements, and train our staff at a level not required of urgent-care centers.
Please refer to the chart above for further explanation on the difference between urgent care and Life Savers Emergency Room.