Wesley Derby ER

Our location:

2648 N. Rock Road
Derby, KS 67037
Phone: (316) 962-9500
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The Wesley Derby ER opened in December 2016, located at the corner of 63rd Street S. and N. Rock Road. Our brand new 11-bed emergency room services south Wichita and the surrounding communities. The ER is open 24 hours a day, providing patients with the latest state-of-the-art equipment, an experienced staff and board-certified emergency room doctors. In addition, Wesley Derby ER includes a full-service lab and radiological services (x-ray, CT, ultrasound).

We understand that emergencies can happen at any time. That is why we felt it was important to provide the community of Derby, KS with its own accessible medical center and immediate healthcare services. We are proud to serve Derby and the greater Sedgwick County.

If you have any concerns or doubts about what may constitute as an immediate medical issue, review our listing of possible emergency symptoms and some advice on when to go to the ER when experiencing cold and flu symptoms.

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ER wait times

ER wait times are approximate and provided for informational purposes only. If you are having a medical emergency, call 911.

ER wait times represent a four-hour rolling average updated every 30 minutes, and is defined as the time of patient arrival until the time the patient is greeted by a qualified medical professional. Patients are triaged at arrival and are then seen by a qualified medical professional in priority order based on their condition.

What to expect

Upon check-in at the reception desk, the triage nurse will ask the patient about symptoms and medical history to determine the seriousness of the medical condition. Triage is a process that helps determine which patients need to be seen sooner because of the severity of their condition. Patients are treated according to the seriousness of their condition. Depending on your condition, you may be:

  • Taken immediately to an emergency room for examination and treatment. A doctor, physician assistant or advanced registered nurse practitioner will examine you and plan your care.
  • Taken to an area for laboratory tests or X-rays. There may be a waiting period of 30 minutes to two hours until test or X-ray results are available.
  • Asked to take a seat in the waiting room until a healthcare provider or the type of emergency room appropriate for your condition is available.