The Emergency Medicine Department at Long Island Jewish Valley Stream is one of the most advanced emergency medicine departments in the region and sees nearly 44,000 patients a year. It is staffed by board-certified/board-eligible emergency physicians, dedicated emergency medicine nurses and certified physician assistants who are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Our hospital also provides a full range of services, including orthopedics, wound care, pain management, psychiatry, hospice and ambulatory surgery. We also have a 21-bed short-term psychiatric unit.
- Stroke center certified by New York state – The Emergency Medicine Department at Long Island Jewish Valley Stream has the most advanced training, personnel and equipment to provide state-of-the-art care to patients suffering from ischemic strokes (the most common type) and hemorrhagic strokes. Receiving expert treatment for strokes can mean the difference between life and death.
- Long Island Jewish Valley Stream is one of 11 hospitals in Northwell Health to receive the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Quality Achievement Awards.
- Separate fast track unit – The fast track unit at the Long Island Jewish Valley Stream Emergency Medicine Department allows patients with minor illnesses or injuries to be treated rapidly in an environment appropriate to the severity of their illness. Open daily from 11am to 11pm, our seven-bed unit is staffed by an attending emergency physician and attending doctors, residents, physician assistants and nurse practitioners.
- 911 receiving hospital – The Emergency Department is a 911 receiving hospital for both police and voluntary ambulance services in Nassau County and FDNY from New York City.