Wold Family Center for Emergency Medicine
The Center includes 43 updated and all-private treatment rooms that feature the latest in diagnostic and patient- support technology.
Newly remodeled triage and nursing stations provide greater efficiency and improved communications between caregivers and patients and family members.
New and spacious waiting area.
Boca Raton Regional Hospital’s Wold Family Center for Emergency Medicine is among the top five percent in the nation for emergency medicine, and a recipient of the HealthGrades® Emergency Medicine Excellence Award for the third consecutive year (2010-2012).
The Center for Emergency Medicine received the American Heart Association / American Stroke Association's Get With The Guidelines®- Stroke Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award 2012.
Boca Regional is one of only four hospitals in Palm Beach County to be designated by the Florida Agency for Healthcare Administration (AHCA) as a Comprehensive Stroke Center, and is ranked #1 in Florida for treatment of stroke by HealthGrades® in 2011.
The Center for Emergency Medicine is staffed with physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals specially trained to treat stroke patients with the most advanced therapies available and ensure the best possible outcomes.
Boca Regional utilizes induced hypothermia in the treatment of cardiac arrest patients. Therapeutic hypothermia lowers a patient's body temperature in order to help reduce damage to brain tissue.
The Hospital’s new “Care Partner” program provides liaisons between the Center for Emergency Medicine staff, and patients and their loved ones to enhance communication and overall service.
The physicians at the Center for Emergency Medicine diagnose and treat more than 42,000 patients a year including acute care and minor injuries.
Lifenet® technology sends real-time 12-lead EKGs of the heart from EMS to the Center for Emergency Medicine allowing doctors to evaluate a patient’s cardiac condition prior to arrival.
The Center for Emergency Medicine at Boca Regional meets the American Heart Association’s 60 to 90 minutes Door-to-Balloon time in more than 75 percent of its heart attack patients. Less than one-third of hospitals meet this goal.
Boca Regional’s state-of-the-art patient electronic medical records system automates processes in the Center for Emergency Medicine resulting in increased efficiency in patient treatment and flow.
The Wold Family Center for Emergency Medicine 561.955.7100.