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Department of Emergency Medicine
Over the course of one year, the Emergency Medicine Department at Huntington Hospital, Long Island, NY, sees greater than 50,000 patients. We are a designated center for trauma, stroke, and PCI for acute myocardial infarction. We care for the most complicated cases, as well as routine emergency and urgent care patients. Our facilities are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Recognition for Nursing Excellence
The American Nurses Credentialing Center has recognized our commitment to nursing excellence by awarding Huntington Hospital the coveted Magnet status. The Magnet Recognition Program® advances three goals within health care organizations:
For more information about the Department of Emergency Medicine at Huntington Hospital, Long Island, NY, contact Chair of Emergency Medicine Dr. Michael Stratemeier, MD, or Administrative Director Lorraine Maier, at (631) 351-2427, or Nursing Director Lisa Eanniello at (631) 351-4450.
To reach the Emergency Department at Huntington Hospital, call (631) 351-2300.
Our Emergency Medicine Department provides many advanced programs to ensure that our patients get state-of-the-art care for virtually any illness or injury:
Huntington Hospital is one of 11 hospitals in North Shore-LIJ Health System to receive the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Quality Achievement Awards. The awards recognize the hospitals' commitment and successes in implementing a higher standard of stroke care to ensure that stroke patients receive treatment in accordance with the latest evidence-based guidelines.
Our location in Huntington makes it easy for northwestern Suffolk County residents to benefit from the highest standard of emergency care. We welcome your inquiries and comments.