Emergency Services

If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, such as chest pain or shortness of breath, call 911.

Crouse Health’s Pomeroy Emergency Services Department
736 Irving Ave.  |  Syracuse, New York 13210
315-470-7340

Pomeroy Emergency Services Department

Emergency Room
At Crouse Hospital, we understand a trip to a hospital Emergency Department is not something you plan or even wish to do. But, when you need prompt emergency care, we’re here for you, seven days a week, 24-hours a day.

Our Pomeroy Emergency Services Department cares for more than 82,000 patients each year. These patients benefit from our high-tech facilities and the skilled physicians, nurses and technicians who have been specially trained to deal with all adult and child medical emergencies, including rapid stabilization of heart attacks, strokes, trauma, poisoning, severe bleeding and other sudden illnesses and accidents.

Crouse’s emergency physicians are board-certified in emergency medicine, internal medicine and/or family practice, with certifications in advanced cardiac life support or pediatric advanced life support.

Stroke Care from the Team You Trust.
Crouse is a Comprehensive Stroke Center — just one of 12 in New York State. Centers like ours are the best equipped and provide the most advanced skill and technology to treat any kind of stroke or stroke complication. Our award-winning stroke care team’s aggressive door‑to-treatment times consistently exceed the U.S. average.

Cardiac Emergencies. Quickest Care.
Working closely with our Emergency Medical Services partners, Crouse consistently achieves among the lowest door-to-cardiac treatment times in the region — exceeding the statewide average.
And we’re proud to be the only area hospital designated by the American Heart Association as a Mission: Lifeline Gold provider for the quality measures we use to treat heart attack patients.

High Care Standard for Older Adults.
The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) has awarded Pomeroy Emergency Services its Bronze Standard – Level 3 designation, which recognizes emergency departments in the U.S. that provide excellent care for older adults. The award is provided in partnership with the national Geriatric Emergency Department Accreditation (GEDA) program. Crouse is one of just 75 of the nation’s 6,000 hospitals to have earned this designation.