In a medical emergency, nothing is more important than speedy access to high-quality care. That’s why Chilton Medical Center offers a state-of-the-art Emergency Department complete with the latest technology and a staff that’s prepared to handle any kind of medical crisis. Patients can also expect minimal wait times and comforting amenities.
Emergency Medical Team
Our staff includes board-certified emergency medicine physicians, certified emergency nurses, radiologists, pediatricians and other specialists, when needed. They believe in open communication, a respect for privacy and treating each patient with compassion.
24/7 Specialized Emergency Services
- Stroke and critical care
Designated a Primary Stroke Center by The Joint Commission, Chilton Medical Center provides stroke patients with clot-busting medications (tPA) to improve long-term outcomes.
- Dedicated pediatric emergency department
Children ages newborn to 17 are seen by certified emergency pediatricians and nurses extensively trained in pediatric care and certified in pediatric advanced life support.
- Cardiovascular interventional lab
Our interventional cardiologists can rapidly diagnose heart problems and treat patients suffering from heart attacks through emergency angioplasty or therapeutic hypothermia – a revolutionary technique for minimizing organ damage after cardiac arrest.
- Psychiatric services
Psychiatrists provide crisis intervention for urgent mental health issues, including depression, marital or family problems and behavioral disorders.
- Emergency medical services
Atlantic Health System paramedics directly communicate with Chilton Medical Center physicians, so that emergency care can begin well before the patient arrives at the hospital.
When other specialized services are needed, Morristown Medical Center, Overlook Medical Center and Goryeb Children’s Hospital can seamlessly provide care for our patients.
Chilton Medical Center Emergency Department
97 West Parkway
Pompton Plains, NJ 07444
In the event of a medical emergency, please call 911.