Before you are released from the Emergency Department, you will be given detailed home care and follow-up instructions. Please let us know if you have a primary care physician so, if needed, we may inform him or her of your condition. If you do not have a primary care physician, we will assist you in finding one.
It is your responsibility to schedule any recommended follow-up care appointments – just phone Nurses-On-Call line.
Belton Regional Medical Center Hosts Great Save Tuesday, April 11, to Recognize Team Who Saved 29-Year-Old Kayli Welvaert’s Life
Mon, April 10, 2017
Welvaert will share her remarkable story, reuniting with medical teams, dispatchers and first responders who helped save her life during a cardiac arrest, thanks to quick and collaborative...
Mon, September 12, 2016
Belton Regional Medical Center announced today that it will expand two areas of the hospital to accommodate increased patient volume.
Mon, August 22, 2016
Football season is here, and the grill is ready to be fired up! Proper food handling and preparation are essential to the safe and successful tailgate.
Belton Regional Medical Center Hosts Great Save Wed. March 30 to Recognize Team Who Saved Three Patients Following Separate Traumatic Incidents
Thu, March 24, 2016
Three patients with remarkable stories will be reunited with medical teams and First Responders who helped save their lives, thanks to quick and collaborative work.
Thu, February 4, 2016
Did you know that heart disease is the number one killer of women in the United States? Dr. Elizabeth Dang discusses signs, symptoms and reviews who is most at risk.