In 2003, Lenox Hill Hospital embarked on an ambitious campaign to thoroughly renovate and update its Emergency Department. After a multi-million dollar fundraising campaign, the Anne and Isidore Falk Center for Emergency Care at Lenox Hill Hospital opened its doors in January of 2007. More than 40,000 patients come to the Lenox Hill Hospital Emergency Department each year in need of urgent medical attention. An additional 24,000 patients receive treatment through the Lenox Hill Hospital ambulance service. The newly renovated Emergency Department has been doubled in size and provides state-of-the-art care.
The new Emergency Department features:
Anne and Isidore Falk Center for Emergency Care Receives High Praise from Patients
"From the moment I entered the Emergency Department, I was amazed by the caring and efficiency that was demonstrated."
"Everyone in your Emergency Department was so kind… you made a really painful day a whole lot better."
"I have never felt so cared for at any hospital or doctor’s office as I felt when I was in your hands."
"From the first moment that the paramedics arrived in my home, I knew I was receiving the best possible care. I was quickly transported to Lenox Hill Hospital’s emergency room, and within twenty minutes I was diagnosed, medicated, monitored and rushed upstairs for angioplasty."