St. David's Emergency Center - Bee Cave

​Open 24/7


The St. David’s Emergency Center in Bee Cave is a full-service freestanding emergency department that does not have attached inpatient facilities. This ED serves as an extension of a St. David’s South Austin Medical Center. Patients requiring inpatient care will be transported from the freestanding ED to SDSAMC. The ED operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 


St. David's Emergency Center - Bee Cave

12813 Galleria Circle
Bee Cave, TX 78738
Telephone: (512) 816-2100

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We are pleased to be on the cusp of this growing national trend in emergency health services. Our facility is a great benefit to the public and we are pleased to provide this service to Bee Cave and surrounding areas.

The SDEC works closely with area emergency transportation providers to provide convenient and quick emergency care for Bee Cave and surrounding communities.

  • The SDEC in Bee Cave operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is located in front of Bee Cave’s City Hall at the Hill Country Galleria.
  • The St. David’s Emergency Center in Bee Cave is 10,875 square feet and features 12 multipurpose exam rooms(one of which is a trauma room); a CT scanner; a diagnostic radiology machine; ultrasound, and its own stat lab for immediate, on-site results.
  • The center is staffed by board-certified emergency medicine physicians affiliated with St. David’s HealthCare, as well as trauma-certified nurses.
  • The on-site medical team is able to treat all urgent and emergent medical conditions such as heart attacks, strokes, head and spine injuries, respiratory distress, abdominal pain, dehydration, orthopedic injuries, sports injuries and lacerations that require sutures.
  • The St. David’s Emergency Center in Bee Cave provides the public with board-certified emergency room physicians—with experience treating trauma-related injuries and medical emergencies.

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