24-Hour Emergency Care Across Long Island
All Catholic Health hospitals in Nassau and Suffolk counties have 24-hour, seven days a week emergency departments staffed with board-certified emergency medicine physicians, registered nurses, radiologists and additional support staff. Our clinical excellence and compassionate care offer comfort at a time of crisis.
Call 9-1-1 immediately if you are experiencing a medical emergency.
We treat critical and serious medical issues for both adults and children, including:
- Heart attack
- Head injuries
- Orthopedic injuries
- Pediatric injuries
- Respiratory distress
Hospital ICU Information
All Catholic Health hospitals in Nassau and Suffolk counties have 24-hour staffed Intensive Care Units (ICU) to monitor and treat critically-ill patients who are admitted from a physician’s office, emergency room, post-operative recovery room or other hospital units.
We are leaders in critical care medicine. Our physicians and nurses offer life-saving care in multiple specialties, including cardiology, neurology, orthopedics and respiratory. Each hospital also has a team of hospitalists who manage all aspects of a patient's medical treatment from hospital admission to discharge.
Please call to get the latest ICU visitor information.
Good Samaritan Hospital (West Islip, NY): 631-376-3000
Mercy Hospital (Rockville Centre, NY): 516-626-3729
St. Catherine of Siena Hospital (Smithtown, NY): 631-870-3444
St. Charles Hospital (Port Jefferson, NY): 631-474-6000
St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center® (Roslyn, NY): 516-562-6000
St. Joseph Hospital (Bethpage, NY): 516-579-6000
Catholic Health hospitals across Long Island are New York State Department of Health-designated stroke centers. They have been recognized by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines® program for meeting quality standards for rapid diagnosis and treatment of stroke.
Good Samaritan Hospital (West Islip, NY) is the only hospital on Long Island to be designated a Comprehensive Stroke Center by both the Joint Commission and New York State Department of Health.
Catholic Health neurointerventionalists are leaders in brain aneurysms, endovascular, stroke, and other cerebrovascular pathology.
All Catholic Health emergency departments treat pediatric emergencies. Good Samaritan Hospital (West Islip, NY) offers specialized pediatric emergency and trauma services:
- Only hospital on the south shore of Long Island to be named a Verified Level II Trauma Center for both adults and children by the American College of Surgeons.
- Only Level II Pediatric Trauma Program on the south shore of Long Island providing 24-hour coverage by pediatric and trauma surgeons and specialists.
- Dedicated Pediatric Emergency Department is the only of its kind in the area.
- Only Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) on the south shore of Suffolk County.
Catholic Health and Hunter EMS work together to offer medical transportation services to our patients.
Advanced and Basic Life Support ambulance services are provided by Hunter’s expert EMS teams, in addition to 24-hour STAT transfers for patients suffering from stroke, cardiac events and other life-threatening conditions.
Paramedic-level ambulance service is available for Catholic Health patients at home, care facilities or physician offices needing urgent access to a Catholic Health hospital emergency department. Hunter’s 24/7 Care in Motion Transfer Center is equipped with software to facilitate single-call communication with Catholic Health providers requesting medical transportation.
Hunter’s rigorous decontamination program ensures that its ambulances and crews are prepared for each patient, offering a safe and clean environment during transport.