Mount Sinai St. Luke's Roosevelt Hospital Center

The Mount Sinai St. Luke’s Emergency Department is located in Morningside Heights, next to the undergraduate campus of Columbia University. St. Luke’s is an ACS Level 2 Trauma Center, STEMI center, stroke center and Sexual Assault Referral Center. The ED cares for over 100,000 patients yearly, including 20,000 pediatric patients in a separate Emergency Medicine staffed pediatric ED.

The pediatric emergency department at St. Luke's Hospital treats patients from the neonatal period until the 22nd birthday. Our faculty includes dedicated pediatric attendings who are board certified in pediatrics, pediatric emergency medicine, and/or or pediatric intensive care.

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