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Department of Emergency Medicine
Lenox Hill Hospital
Over the course of one year, the Emergency Medicine Department at Lenox Hill Hospital, Manhattan, NY, sees approximately 40,000 patients. An additional 24,000 patients receive treatment through the Lenox Hill Hospital ambulance service. Our facilities are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Multi-million-dollar Expansion and Renovation
In 2003, Lenox Hill Hospital embarked on an ambitious campaign to thoroughly renovate and update the Emergency Department. After a multimillion-dollar fundraising campaign, the Anne and Isidore Falk Center for Emergency Care at Lenox Hill Hospital opened its doors in January of 2007. The newly renovated Emergency Department has doubled in size and provides state-of-the-art care.
The new Emergency Department features:
For more information about the Department of Emergency Medicine at Lenox Hill Hospital, Manhattan, NY, contact Chairman of Emergency Medicine Carl RamsayMD, or Nursing Director Carleigh Gustafson, RN, at (212) 434-3357.
To reach the Emergency Department at Lenox Hill Hospital, call (212) 434-3030.
Our renovated and expanded Emergency Medicine Department provides many advanced programs and resources to ensure that our patients get state-of-the-art care for virtually any illness or injury:
Lenox Hill 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. Lenox Hill is also a recognized STEMI (ST segment elevation myocardial infarction) Center and Post Cardiac Arrest Hypothermia Center. STEMI is more commonly known as a heart attack and is diagnosed by use of an ECG (electrocardiogram) test. Our staff is trained to treat such serious and potentially life threatening conditions.
Our location on Manhattan's Upper East Side makes it easy for area residents to benefit from the highest standards of emergency care. We welcome your inquiries and comments.