Emergency Medicine

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 immediately.

For excellent health care when you need it most, rely on Englewood Health. Trust our emergency medicine specialists with advanced training to provide emergency medical care in a modern facility.

Learn more about the Englewood Hospital Emergency Department, including what to expect when you arrive and during your stay.

Signs & Symptoms of an Emergency

Get help right away if you or another person has:

  • A head or spine injury
  • Severe or uncontrollable bleeding
  • Breathing trouble
  • Confusion or unusual behavior
  • Choking
  • Loss of consciousness (passing out)
  • Sudden or severe pain, especially in the chest or abdomen (belly)
  • Uncontrollable vomiting or vomit with blood in it
  • Sudden dizziness, weakness, or trouble seeing
  • Thoughts about hurting yourself or others

You should also be seen by a doctor if you experience:

  • Almost drowning
  • Injury during a car accident
  • Burns
  • Breathing in smoke
  • Severe wounds
  • Swallowing or inhaling a toxic substance or poison

Mobile Emergency Care

Rest assured if you need ambulance transportation to the hospital, your emergency care will start right away. Englewood Hospital’s ambulance system is the largest in Bergen County and provides diagnostic services and treatments on your way to the Emergency Department.