Emergency Care

If you’re in an emergency, time is critical. You need the nearest ER quickly. Trinity Regional Hospital in Sachse, TX is a 24/7 emergency room and full-service hospital that delivers high-quality care to the Sachse community and surrounding areas. The Sachse emergency room staff delivers efficient and compassionate patient care in a wide range of emergency situations including minor injuries, major cardiac and trauma cases, and more.

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OPEN 24/7

  • 13 Private Emergency Rooms
  • 4-bed ICU
  • Board Certified Physicians
  • Easily Accessible Emergency Entrance
  • Experienced Nurses and Staff
  • Specialists On-Call

Cardiac Events

At Trinity Regional Hospital Sachse, our experienced medical staff includes skilled general surgeons specializing in a wide range of surgical procedures, particularly focusing on cardiac events. Rest assured that when it comes to cardiac emergencies like Heart attacks, chest pain, Cardiac Arrest, Arrhythmias, Hypertensive Crisis, and other cardiac-related issues Trinity Regional Hospital Sachse is your trusted destination for exceptional care.

  • Heart attacks
    A heart attack occurs when a blood clot blocks a coronary artery, cutting off blood flow to a part of the heart. Common signs include chest pain, shortness of breath, nausea, cold sweat, and dizziness. At Trinity Regional Hospital Sachse,, the treatment may involve medications, angioplasty to open the blocked artery, or bypass surgery to restore blood flow to the heart. Quick medical attention is crucial to minimize heart damage.
  • Chest pain
    Chest pain can be caused by various conditions and is often a warning sign of potential serious issues. Common causes include muscle strain, acid reflux, or anxiety. However, it can also indicate a heart attack or other severe conditions. If you experience persistent or severe chest pain, especially if accompanied by shortness of breath, dizziness, or pain radiating to the arms, neck, or jaw, seek immediate medical attention.
  • Cardiac Arrest
    Cardiac arrest is a life-threatening emergency when the heart suddenly stops pumping effectively. It’s caused by an electrical malfunction. Signs include sudden loss of responsiveness and absence of normal breathing. Treatment involves immediate CPR, defibrillation, and identifying the cause. Quick action and medical attention are vital for survival.
  • Arrhythmias
    Arrhythmias are abnormal heart rhythms that can disrupt the heart’s normal pumping function, leading to symptoms like palpitations, dizziness, fainting, or shortness of breath. Treatment involves monitoring with ECG, medications to regulate heart rhythms, cardioversion to restore normal rhythm, catheter ablation to destroy abnormal heart tissue, and, if necessary, implantable devices like pacemakers or ICDs. Timely medical evaluation is essential to determine the best course of action and prevent potential complications associated with arrhythmias.
  • Hypertensive Crisis
    A hypertensive crisis occurs when blood pressure levels suddenly rise to dangerously high levels (180/120 mmHg or higher), posing serious health risks. Signs include severe headache, shortness of breath, chest pain, blurred vision, and nausea. Treatment involves immediate blood pressure monitoring, IV medications to gradually lower blood pressure, monitoring for organ damage, and addressing the underlying cause. Prompt medical attention is crucial to prevent life-threatening complications and bring blood pressure back to safe levels.
  • Ultrasound:
    Ultrasound, also known as Sonograph, is used to create images of soft tissue structures using sound waves. It can also measure the flow of blood in the arteries to detect blockages. A technologist with specialized training in ultrasound works closely with a Radiologist to interpret ultrasound images to help diagnose and treat certain conditions.
  • X-ray:
    Digital X-rays are a form of radiation used to create images of the bone and soft tissue structures. This is a quick and painless non-invasive procedure that allows the radiologist (a physician trained to read medical imaging) to diagnose internal conditions.

Traumatic Injuries

Trinity Regional Hospital Sachse is prepared to provide prompt and specialized medical attention to those experiencing traumatic injuries. We understand that accidents can happen causing fractures, Dislocations, Sprains, Strains, Burns,  and other incidents that necessitate immediate medical attention. Our dedicated team of healthcare professionals is ready to support you with the utmost professionalism during these challenging times. Your well-being is our top priority, and we are committed to offering compassionate treatment and expert care in our ER/Hospital to aid in your recovery.

  • Fractures
    A fracture is a broken bone that can result from accidents, falls, sports injuries, or osteoporosis. Fractures can be categorized as closed (simple) or open (compound). Signs include intense pain, swelling, bruising, deformity, and difficulty moving the affected area. Treatment involves X-rays for diagnosis, realigning bones if needed (reduction), and immobilization with casts, splints, or braces to aid healing. Surgery may be necessary in some cases.
  • Dislocations
    A dislocation occurs when a joint’s bones are forced out of their normal positions due to falls, accidents, or sports impacts. Commonly affecting the shoulder, finger, knee, or hip joints, signs include severe pain, swelling, limited motion, and visible deformity. In the hospital, treatment involves careful examination, X-rays to confirm the dislocation, and ruling out fractures. Physical therapy may aid recovery.
  • Sprains
    A sprain is an injury to a ligament, commonly caused by overstretching a joint during physical activities. Signs include pain, swelling, bruising, and limited joint movement. Treatment involves the RICE protocol (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation), possible imaging tests, and using braces or splints for support. Physical therapy may be recommended for recovery.
  • Strains
    A strain is an injury to a muscle or tendon, typically occurring due to overstretching or overuse during physical activities. Signs include pain, swelling, muscle spasms, and limited range of motion. Treatment involves the RICE protocol (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation) to alleviate symptoms and promote healing. In some cases, pain relievers and muscle relaxants may be recommended. Physical therapy can aid in recovery, enhancing strength and flexibility.
  • Burns
    A burn is an injury to the skin or underlying tissues caused by heat, electricity, chemicals, or radiation. Burns can be classified into different degrees based on their severity. First-degree burns are mild and only affect the outer layer of skin, causing redness and pain. Second-degree burns involve deeper layers, causing blistering along with redness and pain. Third-degree burns are the most severe, damaging all layers of the skin and underlying tissues, resulting in white or blackened skin and numbness. For more severe burns, specialized care such as skin grafting might be necessary.

Respiratory Distress

Our expert medical team at Trinity Regional Hospital Sachse is highly experienced in handling a variety of respiratory emergencies, including breathing difficulties, asthma attacks, Pulmonary Embolism, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome, Pneumonia, and other acute respiratory conditions. With unwavering dedication and professionalism, we provide a supportive and compassionate environment for patients seeking emergency care. Rest assured that our state-of-the-art facilities and advanced medical interventions are geared towards delivering the highest standard of treatment to address respiratory challenges effectively. Your health and comfort are our top priorities, and we are committed to providing the best possible care during times of respiratory distress.

  • Asthma attacks
    An asthma attack is a sudden worsening of asthma symptoms, causing difficulty breathing due to narrowed airways. Quick-relief medications like inhalers are used to open the airways. Severe cases require immediate medical attention in the hospital with additional treatments such as corticosteroids and oxygen therapy. Regular asthma management and trigger avoidance are essential for prevention.
  • Pulmonary Embolism
    A pulmonary embolism (PE) is a life-threatening condition where a blood clot travels to the lungs, causing chest pain, shortness of breath, and potentially, coughing up blood. It requires immediate medical attention. Treatment involves anticoagulant medications to prevent clot growth, and in severe cases, clot-dissolving drugs or surgery may be necessary.
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
    Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a lung condition with persistent airflow limitation, primarily caused by long-term exposure to irritants like smoking or pollution. Symptoms include difficulty breathing, chronic cough, and chest tightness. Treatment involves medications, oxygen therapy, and lifestyle changes. Managing COPD with medical follow-ups is essential for better lung function and quality of life.
  • Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
    Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) is a severe lung condition with rapid onset, caused by infections, injuries, or inflammation. It leads to breathing difficulties and requires mechanical ventilation and supportive care in the hospital. Prompt medical attention is crucial for better outcomes.
  • Pneumonia
    Pneumonia is a severe respiratory infection that inflames the lungs. It can be caused by bacteria, viruses, or fungi and presents with symptoms like cough, fever, difficulty breathing, and chest pain. Diagnosis is through examination, X-rays, and lab tests. Treatment includes antibiotics or antivirals/antifungals, along with supportive care like oxygen therapy. Prompt medical attention is vital to prevent complications, especially for vulnerable individuals.

Allergic Reactions

Trinity Regional Hospital Sache’s dedicated healthcare team is equipped with the necessary expertise and resources to provide swift and effective care for patients experiencing allergic emergencies. We are well-prepared to handle a wide range of allergic reactions, some of which include severe responses to food, insect stings, medications, Skin reactions, Mild respiratory symptoms, and other allergens. We understand that these reactions can escalate quickly, requiring urgent medical intervention. You can trust Trinity Regional Hospital Sachse to deliver prompt and compassionate treatment during times of allergic crises, ensuring the best possible outcomes for our patients.

  • Food Allergies
    Food allergies happen when the immune system reacts to certain foods, causing symptoms like rashes, swelling, and breathing difficulties. Severe cases may lead to anaphylaxis, a life-threatening reaction. Treatment involves avoiding allergenic foods and carrying medications like antihistamines or epinephrine.
  • Insect Stings
    An insect sting occurs when an insect injects venom or irritants into the skin, causing localized pain, redness, swelling, and itching. Some insects leave a visible stinger (like bees). Severe allergic reactions can lead to anaphylaxis, characterized by difficulty breathing, swelling, rapid heartbeat, and dizziness. Treatment involves removing the stinger (for bees), washing the area, applying cold packs, using over-the-counter medications, and seeking medical attention for allergic reactions or infections. Carrying an epinephrine auto-injector is crucial for those with severe allergies to manage potential anaphylactic reactions promptly.
  • Medication Allergies
    Medication allergies are adverse reactions caused by specific drugs, where the immune system overreacts, leading to symptoms such as skin rashes, difficulty breathing, nausea, or even life-threatening anaphylaxis. If someone suspects a medication allergy, immediate medical attention is essential. Treatment involves avoiding the medication and using alternatives when needed, with severe cases requiring emergency interventions like epinephrine injections. Proper identification and management of medication allergies are crucial for safe and effective medical treatment.
  • Skin reactions
    Skin reactions are responses that the skin shows when triggered by allergens, irritants, infections, or environmental factors. Symptoms include redness, itching, swelling, rash, hives, or dryness. Causes may include allergens (foods, pollen), irritants (soaps, chemicals), infections (fungi, bacteria), or autoimmune conditions (psoriasis, eczema). Treatment involves avoiding triggers, using creams, antihistamines, or corticosteroids for severe cases. Seeking medical advice is crucial if reactions are severe or accompanied by concerning symptoms to identify the cause and get appropriate treatment.
  • Mild respiratory symptoms
    Mild respiratory symptoms include slight cough, mild congestion, throat irritation, slight shortness of breath, and occasional sneezing. These symptoms are often caused by allergies, colds, or mild respiratory infections and can usually be managed at home with rest and over-the-counter remedies. However, if symptoms persist or worsen, seeking medical advice is recommended. Severe respiratory symptoms such as difficulty breathing, persistent chest pain, or high fever require immediate medical attention, as they may indicate a more serious respiratory condition or infection.


Our compassionate and skilled medical staff is well-equipped to handle a wide range of infections, including sepsis, Pneumonia, Gastrointestinal Infections, Influenza, Urinary Tract Infections and severe wound infections to name a few. We prioritize your well-being and comfort, ensuring that you receive prompt and personalized care to effectively address these critical health concerns. Rest assured, you are in capable hands at Trinity Regional Hospital Sachse, where our dedicated team is committed to providing you with the highest quality of care during these challenging times. Your health and safety are our top priorities, and we are here to support you throughout your journey to recovery.

  • Sepsis
    Sepsis is a life-threatening condition triggered by an infection, causing widespread inflammation and organ dysfunction. Signs include fever or hypothermia, rapid heart rate, confusion, low blood pressure, and difficulty breathing. Treatment involves antibiotics or antifungals, fluids, vasopressors, oxygen therapy, and addressing the source of the infection. Quick and appropriate medical attention is critical for better outcomes.
  • Gastrointestinal Infections
    Gastrointestinal infections, caused by bacteria, viruses, parasites, or fungi from contaminated food or water, lead to symptoms like diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramps, and fever. Treatment includes rehydration, medications like antibiotics or antiparasitic drugs when needed, and supportive care. Preventive measures such as good hygiene and safe food practices are essential to avoid these infections, and seeking prompt medical attention can prevent complications, especially in cases of severe symptoms or dehydration.
  • Influenza
    Influenza, commonly known as the flu, is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses, spreading through respiratory droplets. Symptoms include fever, cough, sore throat, body aches, fatigue, and more. Treatments involve rest, hydration, antiviral medications if prescribed early, over-the-counter remedies, and preventing its spread by staying home, covering coughs, washing hands. Annual flu vaccines are crucial for prevention, especially for high-risk individuals.
  • Urinary Tract Infections
    A urinary tract infection (UTI) is an infection in any part of the urinary system. Common symptoms include pain or burning during urination, frequent and urgent need to urinate, cloudy or bloody urine, and abdominal or back pain. UTIs are usually treated with antibiotics, and staying hydrated can help flush out bacteria. Prompt medical attention is crucial to prevent complications.
  • Severe Wound Infections
    Severe wound infections happen when harmful bacteria enter and multiply in an open wound, causing redness, swelling, increased pain, pus formation, fever, and overall illness. Treatment in a hospital includes wound cleaning, dressing, antibiotics, and sometimes surgery to remove infected tissues. Quick medical attention is crucial to prevent the infection from spreading and causing further harm.

Testimonials From Our Emergency Center Patients

I went today to 2 ER’s and I could not be more impressed with this hospital. Dr. Alam, his nurses, his assistant, Laurinda, EVERYONE was so nice and thorough. I got the run around for the entire day from multiple practitioners and this hospital listened to me, heard me, and helped me. I will forever be a patient when appropriate!
– Kathy Miller, March 2023

I’ve been here a couple of times and ALL the staff here just goes above and beyond for all their patients. From the moment my newborn and my son walked up they open the doors for us. They made my visit so easy and fast. Dr. Alan and nurse Darian helped me and put me at ease. I was so worried but Dr. Alan was patient with me and answered all my questions. Darian and the other nurses were so helpful. As we walked out of there I am at ease knowing that my baby will be OK. That’s why I rate this hospital as one of the best hospitals out there.
Thank you.
– Maria Figueroa, January 2023

Always well treated here. Came to the ER Sunday 5/6/23 in the PM with a lacerated finger then returned 5/9/23 with a repaired, severely infected, lacerated finger and was promptly attended. Hats off to Dr. Essien Ekong for sewing me up and Dr. Kareem Elshatory for resolving my infection, also to charge nurse Peggy for both visits, Russ and the others whose names I don’t know but truly appreciate.
– Leslie Burns, May 2023

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