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No one can predict when an emergency may happen, but if you or a loved one find yourself in an emergency and medical care is needed, you can rest assured that the John Boyd and Kathryn Roberta Mitchell Pavilion for emergency and ambulatory care services at Bayshore Medical Center is close by. Our expanded state-of-the-art emergency department has increased outpatient services for the community and is staffed by a full-service team of emergency medicine clinicians.
Our Emergency Department offers 24/7 immediate coverage by board certified Emergency Medicine physicians with support from specialists in cardiology, orthopedic surgery, neurosurgery, pulmonology, anesthesiology and many others. Our EM physicians are supported by a multidisciplinary team including Advanced Practice Providers, magnet nurses, and experienced technicians who are available 24 hours-a-day, 7 days-a-week. It features 20 acute-care beds, 6 Fast Track beds, and 3 beds for behavioral health.
Fast Track Area:
Our Fast Track area was developed for patients in need of treatment for less severe illness or injury. The goal of the Fast Track area is to get lower acuity patients, such as lacerations, flu-like symptoms, sprains among other medical conditions that may not require extensive testing and time in the ED. Our experienced emergency department team will promptly asses your condition and determine the treatment of care that is required to get you back to better health in a reasonable amount of time.
Chest Pain and Cardiac Care:
More than five million Americans visit the hospital each year with chest pain. If you or a loved one is having chest pain, shortness of breath, or any symptoms of a heart attack, you should go to an Emergency Department immediately, versus an urgent care center. Our emergency care team will rapidly evaluate you and determine if you are having an acute heart attack. If so, we have the capability to resuscitate you and get you to the cardiac cath lab in a timely manner. If it’s not a heart attack, we can run other tests to determine the
Our accredited Stroke Center is part of the Hackensack Meridian Health Telestroke Network, which offers patients real time access to experienced and expert neurologists for 24/7 stroke diagnosis and treatment. Our team of on-site emergency physicians, nurses and radiologists work alongside virtual board-certified neurologists while using telemedicine to provide immediate patient care without having to be physically present at the hospital to achieve the quickest care for the patient.
The Emergency Department at Bayshore Medical Center
- Accredited chest pain center
- Joint Commission accredited primary stroke center
- Tele-neurology for acute stroke
- 24/7 board-certified emergency medicine physicians
- Nationally recognized Magnet® Nurses
- Emergency trained technicians
- Quick response upon patient arrival
- Expertise and advanced technology, close to home
- Decreased wait times
- Treat both minor and life-threatening medical emergencies
- Seamless and specialized pediatric transport to K. Hovnanian Children’s Hospital
- Easy access to additional resources and follow-up care throughout the hospital
- Dedicated Behavioral Health Unit
- Fast Track services for lower acuity conditions
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Coming Soon to Bayshore Medical Center: Dr. Robert H. Harris Emergency Care Center
Bayshore Medical Center is proud to announce that it is currently building a new Emergency Care Center, called the Dr. Robert H. Harris Emergency Care Center.
The 32,000 square foot expansion will provide space necessary for the medical staff to address the needs of the community in a comfortable and private environment. Located on the Garden State Parkway side of the campus, it will contain 35 patient bays, expanded space with capacity for pediatric care and new imaging equipment dedicated to Emergency Care Center patients.
In addition to creating additional space to treat more patients, this expansion will also incorporate a new medical center lobby, including a reception and waiting area and interior renovations to the corridor linking each side of the medical center to the new main corridor. The new main entrance will be repositioned to the rear of the medical center where the current Emergency Care Center sits.
This expanded emergency department will have the capacity to care for more than 55,000 people annually and will offer decreased wait times and increased efficiency so that patients with emergent needs have access to the most advanced emergency care available – right in their own backyard.
The Emergency Care Center, which is currently under construction, will be named by Mary Ellen Harris, Golden Dome Foundation founder, in honor of Dr. Robert H. Harris, thanks to a generous gift made by the foundation funded Through Golden Dome Foundation Pledge.
Directions & Parking
To continually provide ongoing improvements to benefit our hospital and the patients we serve, Bayshore Medical Center offers complimentary valet parking to patients and visitors alike. The drop off and pick up location is located by the Ganz lobby and Emergency Department entrance. This service is available Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Our facility is easily accessible via major highways as well as public transportation.
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Bayshore Medical Center
727 North Beers Street
Holmdel, NJ 07733
For a true medical emergency, call 911 for assistance.
To learn more about Bayshore Medical Center, please call 732-739-5900.