St. Anthony Community Hospital Emergency Department: Expert 24-Hour Care, with Waiting Time Under 10 Minutes

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St. Anthony Community Hospital, a member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth), offers excellent Emergency Department care with initial wait times of less than 10 minutes -- well below the national average of 30 minutes.

Our Emergency Department team understands that immediate medical attention is vital for patients who are sick and are seeking emergency medical care. A separate Fast Track isn’t necessary because medical care is provided promptly by the Emergency department staff.

St. Anthony Community Hospital’s experienced medical and nursing team has long been trusted by patients in our community. Our commitment to patient-centered care, conveniently close to home in Warwick, includes:

• Board-certified emergency physicians, skilled emergency nurses and technicians.

• At least three nurses and one physician are available at all times to ensure patients receive timely, outstanding care.

• A guarantee that each patient is seen by a skilled physician each visit.

• An 11-bay Emergency Department with isolation capabilities if necessary.

Patients can be assured of top-notch care in a compassionate environment that blends medical expertise available around-the-clock with state-of-the-art treatments, technology and equipment.

When emergency care is required, dial 911. To learn more about the excellent services provided at the St. Anthony Community Hospital Emergency Department, visit StAnthonyCommunityHosp.org/emergency-dept.



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