- Emergency Care
- All Services
- Balloon Sinuplasty
- Breast Center at Sunrise
- Center for Graves Disease
- Diagnostic Imaging
- Emergency Care
- Heart Center at Sunrise
- Heartburn Center at Sunrise
- Nevada Neurosciences Institute (NNI)
- New Vision™ Medical Stabilization
- Robotic Surgery
- Surgical Weight Loss
- The FLEX Program at Sunrise Hospital
- Trauma Center
- Wound Care
Our Emergency Room saves lives when seconds count 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We're never closed to you and your family. Sunrise Hospital has allowed quick and easy access to emergency care for over 50 years. We diagnose and treat our ER patients faster and better when every second is important. Our ER is staffed 24 hours a day by ER physician specialists, highly trained ER nurses and a staff of experts who commit their life’s work to patients in need. On average, patients see a qualified medical professional in 30 minutes or less. See the ER wait times you may expect at Sunrise Health Hospitals.
Learn about the Level II Trauma Center at Sunrise Hospital
Learn about Pediatric Trauma Care for children's traumatic injuries
If you are experiencing an emergency, dial 911
To talk to a nurse or for referral to a Sunrise Hospital physician call 702-233-5300.
You can contact our nurses 24 hours a day by phone.Consult-A-Nurse® is a free service from Sunrise Hospital designed to provide you with physician referrals and health information.
We Help You Heal After an Emergency
The Nevada Neurosciences Institute (NNI) at Sunrise Hospital was awarded Excellence in Stroke Rehabilitation. The Sunrise Hospital’s Comprehensive Integrated Inpatient Rehabilitation Program is accredited by Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) in compliance with international rehabilitation standards of quality.
Our RESTORE Wound Specialty Program provides both adult and pediatric wound care treatments for outpatients.
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