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Emergency Heart Attack Treatment | South Shore ER League City

A heart attack emergency room doctor using defibrillators on a cardiac arrest victim.

24/7 Cardiac Emergency Room for Immediate Heart Care

ER doctors are always available for cardiac emergencies, chest pain and all heart-related issues in League City, Texas.

Heart disease is the #1 cause of death in America.

Get help fast at South Shore ER in League City, Texas.

Cardiac Emergency?

Get chest pains checked out. Don’t wait.

When You Need Urgent Care for Chest Pain, We Are Here for You in League City

When heart attack symptoms appear, don’t wait. The sooner you get to the cardiac urgent care center, the better your chance of survival.

Heart disease is responsible for one of every four deaths in the United States. Cardiac arrests can kill both men and women of every race. Anyone can experience heart distress at any time.

South Shore ER is staffed around the clock every day of the week. We are here to help you survive heart-related threats to your health and your life.

When you need immediate care for chest pain or any of the other symptoms that could signal heart failure, you will find our team of medical professionals ready to care for you any time of the day or night

A man experiencing cardiac arrest chest pain symptoms.


We are just off South Shore Boulevard and Marina Bay Drive in League City, Texas. Access us quickly from Routes 96 Parkway, FM Rd 518, Clear Creek, Dickinson, Friendswood, Bayview, and Kemah.

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Symptoms of Cardiac Arrest or Heart Failure

Know these heart attack symptoms, and get emergency care immediately when they appear:

Chest Pain

Heart failure victims often experience pain in the center of their chest. The pain may last for several minutes or come and go. Some describe symptoms as “pressure.” Others feel it as a throbbing pain or as a “tightness in the chest.” You may also experience an irregular heartbeat, but not always.

Chest pain is a sign to seek the nearest cardiac emergency center. Get to the ER near you quickly. Don’t wait, because minutes count.

Feeling Weak or Faint

Cardiac failure victims often experience unusual weakness, fatigue, and dizziness. They may feel faint, light-headed, nauseous, or break out into a cold sweat. Sometimes, syncope (temporary loss of consciousness from low blood pressure) is present. Other times, high blood pressure is noted.

These symptoms are often ignored, but they can indicate a serious threat to your life. Our Emergency Room treats all heart problems and is always ready to serve the community of League City.

Pain in the jaw, shoulders, either arm, neck, or back

Pain can radiate down one or both arms or appear as a deep ache or tightness anywhere in your upper body. When you feel an unusual pain or clenching sensation in your chest, your first concern is not to determine why the pain is there – but to get to the emergency room nearest you for a medical diagnosis.

Don’t wait to see what happens next. Call for help and get the care you need.

Shortness of Breath

When you feel an unusual shortness of breath – whether accompanied by pain or not – your body may be signaling cardiac arrest. Don’t wait for other symptoms to appear, and don’t wait for your physician’s office to open or for an appointment time to be available. Go to the nearest emergency room.

PLEASE REMEMBER: It is possible to survive a coronary event, but the quicker you get to the urgent care ER nearest you, the better your odds of a full recovery.

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