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Otolaryngologists, or ear, nose and throat doctors, are experts in a complex set of head and neck conditions. Otolaryngologists at McAllen Medical Center are specialists in many medical and surgical treatments, including the areas described below....
Sudden illness or injury can occur without warning, and while no one typically plans a trip to the Emergency Department (ED), everyone should know what to expect after they arrive to help make the process a little easier. When you arrive at the ED, ...
Trauma centers care for people with injuries requiring immediate and complex surgery. The American College of Surgeons develops standards of practice and levels of trauma center designation. South Texas Health System (STHS) McAllen's Emergency...
McAllen Medical Center is designated by the Texas Department of State Health Services as a Level II stroke facility and certified by the Joint Commission in Hidalgo County, making it an invaluable resource to the community. The facility meets the...
Request a time for your less-serious emergency care up to 12 hours in advance and wait in the comfort of your home. ER Reserve lets you request a time in the Emergency Department at McAllen Medical Center when you need care for less serious and non-...
Prolonged Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) can cause the cells in the esophagus to change into more acid-resistant cells, leading to Barrett's esophagus. Once diagnosed with Barrett's esophagus, individuals have up to a 125-fold chance of...