Emergency Care at Bayshore Community Hospital
No one can predict when an emergency may happen, but if you or a loved one find yourself in an emergency situation and medical care is needed you can feel comforted knowing the Emergency Care Center at Bayshore Community Hospital is close by.
Expert Emergency Medicine Team
Critical members of our Center’s medical team includes board certified emergency medicine physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners, with specialty training in emergency medicine. Additionally our accomplished registered nurses are skilled in trauma nursing core training and have certifications in basic life support, advanced cardiac life support, and pediatric advanced life support.
Comprehensive Care for Any Emergency
The Center features 13 acute-care beds, in addition to six Fast Track beds, and five Pediatric Care Center beds, the emergency department team will promptly evaluate a patient’s condition and determine the immediacy of treatment needed.
A negative pressure room is available to accommodate patients with infectious disease, in addition to a specially outfitted room to handle eye and ear ailments, and our new dedicated three bed crisis unit provides a safe and secure treatment environment for individuals in a crisis situation.
When it comes to treating a stroke, time makes all the difference. Luckily, new treatments and “clot-busting” medications can reduce the damage caused by a stroke but must be administered quickly. Bayshore’s Stroke Center offers a dedicated team of physicians, registered nurses, respiratory therapists, and emergency department staff who are available to diagnose and treat acute stroke patients, 24-hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week.
Chest Pain Center
More than five million Americans visit the hospital each year with chest pain. Bayshore’s Chest Pain Center offers aggressive and preventative treatment plans to patients with acute coronary syndromes. One of the biggest advantages of Chest Pain Center accreditation is that physicians are able to expedite treatment during the critical early stages of a heart attack. Learn more.
Pediatric Care Center
Affiliated with K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital in Neptune, our Pediatric Care Center provides enhanced pediatric services in an environment dedicated to emergent and specialized medical care for children. Our Center includes a team of board certified pediatricians who are on call 24/7, certified pediatric nurses, emergency care trained nurses, and board certified emergency physicians. Learn more.
Bayshore’s Emergency Care Center At A Glance
• Primary Stroke Center
• Accredited Chest Pain Center
• Dedicated Pediatric Care Center
• New dedicated three-bed Crisis Unit
• Emergency medicine physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners with specialty training
• Specialized transport to K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital or Jersey Shore University Medical Center
• Access to additional resources and follow-up care through the Hospital and Meridian Health
When to Call 911?
When an emergency threatens a person's life, limbs or sense organs – such as heart attacks, strokes, breathing problems, broken bones, head and neck injuries, cuts with severe bleeding, and eye injuries – call 911 immediately.
Be prepared to provide the condition of the person experiencing the medical emergency, and location of the person for the ambulance staff to arrive.
It is important to have a list of medications being taken by the patient, if possible, to assist the first responders in assessing the medical situation.
- Bayshore Community Hospital
727 North Beers Street, Holmdel, NJ 07733
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