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Emergency Medicine

In case of emergency call 911.24/7 Saint Clare’s Ambulance Dispatch: 973-537-5636

Emergency Departments

Overview

Saint Clare's provides 24/7 comprehensive emergency medicine services at our hospitals in Denville and Dover. Our paramedics work alongside local first responders to provide advanced life support in patient's homes, in the workplace, or on the road.

Our Team

Each of Saint Clare’s emergency department (ED) locations is staffed by emergency physicians and specially-trained and certified nurses. Our EDs are supported by state-certified paramedics, emergency medical technicians (EMTs), and mobile intensive care units (MICUs) who respond to locations throughout the region.

Our Approach

At Saint Clare’s, we understand that emergency hospital visits can bring stress and uncertainty to both patients and their loves ones. For that reason, we make the ED process as smooth and worry-free as possible. We offer convenient, free parking prompt triage and treatment, and comprehensive care coordination upon release.

Our Locations

Emergency Medicine at Saint Clare’s Health

Saint Clare's Denville Hospital (ED open 24/7)
25 Pocono Road, Denville, NJ 07834
Phone: 973-625-6063

Saint Clare’s Denville Hospital Psychiatric Emergency Care (open 24/7)
25 Pocono Road, Denville, NJ 07834
973-625-0280

Saint Clare’s Dover Hospital (ED open 24/7)
400 West Blackwell Street, Dover, NJ 07801
Phone: 973-989-3200

GEDA Bronze Seal

Geriatric Emergency Department Accreditation (GEDA)

At Saint Clare's Health, seniors have earned a little extra consideration, and we are honored to care for the older adults of Morris County.

Saint Clare's Denville and Dover locations earned the Geriatric Emergency Department Accreditation (GEDA) recognizing emergency departments that go above and beyond to provide excellent care for older adults. The GEDA program is the culmination of years of progress in emergency care of older adults. In 2014, four geriatric focused organizations developed and released geriatric ED guidelines. These guidelines recommended measures ranging from adding geriatric-friendly equipment to specialized staff to more routine screening for delirium, dementia, and fall risk, among other vulnerabilities.

The voluntary GEDA program provides specific criteria and goals for emergency clinicians and administrators to target. A Geriatric Accredited emergency department must incorporate selected best practices, as well as provide inter-disciplinary geriatric education, and have geriatric appropriate equipment and supplies available.

At Saint Clare's Health emergency departments, we’ll see you quickly, and we take time to evaluate your condition and develop the best plan of care for you. With our geriatric trained Emergency Nurses, our collaborative ER team is trained to identify older adults that need extra support during and after their hospitalization.

In addition, we work closely with you to manage your long-term health and wellness. Our clinicians develop a discharge plan with you and your family to help you manage your future healthcare needs.

Our accredited senior Emergency Department features an atmosphere to enhance safety and comfort. During your stay, you can expect the following:

  • Educated Geriatric Emergency Nurses

  • Easy-to-read signs and clocks

  • Extra seating for family

  • Large print signage and documents

  • Reading glasses

  • Skid-proof footwear

  • Warm blankets

  • Walkers

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