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IMPORTANT: Please read

We are NOT testing for COVID-19 in Cook Children’s Emergency Department at this time.

All visitors/patients coming to ED will be screened for COVID-19. Patients with fever/cough will be kept away from patients with non-infectious conditions.

If you're concerned your child may have been exposed, the best course of action is to self-quarantine for 14 days and contact your county health department. If you believe your child has been exposed, please isolate them from others during the self-quarantine time frame.

MASKS: Parents and families, as we continue to follow the recommendations from the CDC, if you have an appointment at our Dodson clinic, our urgent care centers, or any of our other clinics or primary care offices, please bring and wear your own cloth face covering from home. Learn how to make your own cloth face covering or mask here. Thank you for helping us keep everyone safe.

For more information on Cook Children's and the COVID-19 pandemic, click here.

Need emergency attention right now? Please call 9-1-1

Cook Children's emergency services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Cook Children's Emergency Department (ED) treats more than 105,000 patients every year. Our ED is the only EMS-designated pediatric trauma center in Tarrant County.

Now, thanks to years of dedication and hard work, Cook Children's Medical Center has reached Level II Trauma Designation from the American College of Surgeons and the Department of State Health Services. Cook Children's Medical Center is one of nine such facilities in the state of Texas.

If your child does not have life-threatening symptoms, find Cook Children's urgent care centers located across the metroplex. Our urgent care centers offer expert, pediatric-trained staff for patients from birth to 21 years.

Our Team

Cook Children's Medical Center team is made up of physicians and nurses who are very experienced in pediatric emergency care. Additionally, the emergency departments are supported by Teddy Bear Transport, one of the busiest transport programs in the U.S.. More than 3,500 children are transported to Cook Children's Medical Center annually, most for critical care. Transport vehicles include a helicopter*, jet*, fixed-wing plane* and five ambulances. Each are equipped to transport critical care patients and feature pediatric-oriented technology.

Cook Children's Emergency Services provides consultations for referring physicians and access to specialty and subspecialty consultations.

*Teddy Bear Transport aircraft are operated by Metro Aviation, Shreveport, La.

Contact and Locations

Have a question? If you would like to speak to our staff, please call 682-885-4095.

Cook Children's Emergency Department
801 Seventh Ave.
Fort Worth, TX 76104
682-885-4095 phone

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Teddy Bear Transport

Cook Children's is supported by one of the largest pediatric transport programs in the nation. More than 3,500 children are transported to Cook Children's Medical Center annually from Texas and its surrounding states, most for critical care.