Jacobi Medical Center
Jacobi Hospital, the cornerstone of the Jacobi Medical Center complex, is located in a middle class section of the Bronx. A brand new 7 story state of the art Jacobi hospital facility opened in the summer of 2006. Jacobi is one of eleven acute care hospitals in New York City's unique public hospital system and is the largest public hospital facility in the Bronx. It serves as a major academic affiliate and teaching site of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. The hospital supports residency training programs in all specialties and subspecialties. It is a 911-receiving hospital, a level one trauma center for both adult and pediatrics, as well as the only Burn Unit in the Bronx, the second largest in New York City. It also serves as the Regional Hyperbaric Center and Regional Snakebite Center for the Tri-state area. The adult Emergency Department delivers care to approximately 75,000 patients each year. The Pediatric Emergency Department manages nearly 40,000 patients annually, is supervised by Pediatric and Emergency Medicine faculty, and supports a fellowship program in Pediatric Emergency Medicine. The Psychiatric ED treats another 7,000 patients, and is staffed by members of the Department of Psychiatry
The new Jacobi Hospital opened during the Summer of 2006. The new building houses over 300 medical, surgical and critical care beds as well as 10 new operating rooms, built on top of new, state of the art Adult and Pediatric Emergency Departments. The Adult Emergency Department, which opened its doors October 2006, houses 32 beds all fully equipped for critical care in addition to three dedicated resuscitation suites, one orthopedic room, and one asthma room. The Urgent Care / Fast Track Area consists of 13 additional rooms, contiguous with the main ED. The Pediatric Emergency Department area includes 9 Pediatric regular patient care spaces, 2 resuscitation suites, and a spacious pediatric asthma area.
The Emergency Department at Jacobi has full departmental status within the medical center and all of the faculty have appointments at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.
Montefiore Medical Center
Montefiore Medical Center is the University Hospital for the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. It is a 745 bed facility in the north central Bronx , providing primary through tertiary care. The newly renovated and enlarged emergency department serves as a 911 receiving center and the doorway to the hospital's numerous tertiary care services including diagnostic and interventional cardiology, oncology, gerontology, critical care and various surgical subspecialties such as re-implantation, cardiothoracic, transplant, and neurosurgery. The Adult Emergency Department, one of the busiest in the tri-state area, treats approximately 80,000 patients per year.
The Children's Hospital at Montefiore, a newly constructed, state-of-the-art tertiary care facility for children includes a newly renovated pediatric Emergency Department which treats approximately 50,000 patients each year. The pediatric ED serves as a training site for a second pediatric emergency medicine fellowship and provides care to a population of children with a relatively high level of acuity and proportion of tertiary care problems.
The Emergency Department at Montefiore has full departmental status within the medical center and all of the faculty have appointments at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.