Medical City ER Flower Mound, a department of Medical City Lewisville, reopened July 13 to provide full-service emergency care for adults, children and infants in Flower Mound and surrounding communities. In recognition of the reopening, Medical City Lewisville presented a $5,000 charitable donation to the Cross Timbers Family YMCA.

Cross Timbers Family YMCA helps promote healthy living and social responsibility in youth. Medical City Lewisville’s $5,000 charitable donation will go towards CPR training costs for Cross Timbers Family YMCA staff and volunteers.

Medical City ER Flower Mound closed temporarily in March 2020 to better direct resources and staff during COVID-19 surges. Resources are now in place to offer vital emergency care once again for both children and adults -- 24 hours a day, seven days a week in Flower Mound.

“We are pleased to be able to provide this high-quality, convenient and potentially lifesaving emergency care closer to home for the Flower Mound community, with seamless admission to Medical City Lewisville for inpatient services should a higher level of care or inpatient services be required,” says Medical City Lewisville CEO John Walker.

Staffed with board-certified emergency physicians and emergency-trained nurses, facilities at the almost 10,600 square foot Medical City ER Flower Mound include:

  • 12 private patient treatment rooms, including two pediatric rooms
  • Dedicated trauma code room
  • Medical laboratory
  • Imaging suite with X-ray, computerized tomography (CT) scans and ultrasound

Medical City ER Flower Mound first opened in November 2009 and is located at 4351 Long Prairie Road, Flower Mound – at the northwest corner of FM2499 at Windsor Drive.