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Department of Emergency Medicine
Staten island University Hospital - North
Staten Island University Hospital is a 714-bed tertiary care medical center with two campuses on the north and south shores of Staten Island. Our facilities provide a comprehensive array of programs and services to patients from Staten Island, the New York City metropolitan area and around the world.
As designated tertiary care centers, our Emergency Medicine Departments 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. We offer a wide variety of tertiary care programs including a Burn Unit, Cardiac Surgery service, Stroke Center of Excellence and a Cardiac Catheterization service.
Over the course of one year, the North Emergency Department at Staten Island University Hospital's Ocean Breeze campus sees approximately 85,000 patients. The South Emergency Department on the Princes Bay campus sees approximately 33,000 patients.
Newly expanded, the North Emergency Department consists of a critical care area, a main emergency department, a separate pediatric emergency department and a separate urgent care area. Our new facilities feature many state-of-the-art improvements, including completely electronic medical records.
For more information about the Department of Emergency Medicine at Staten Island University Hospital, NY, contact Dr. Brahim Ardolic, Chair of Emergency Medicine, at (718) 226-9158.
Advanced Programs and Facilities
Our Emergency Medicine Departments on both campuses provide many advanced programs and facilities to ensure that our patients get state-of-the-art care for virtually any illness or injury:
Our two locations on the north and south shores of Staten Island make it easy for all residents of Staten Island and southern Brooklyn to benefit from the highest standards of emergency care. We welcome inquiries and comments and thank this community for their continued support.