Pediatric Emergency Medicine
The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Service at the NewYork-Presbyterian Phyllis and David Komansky Children's Hospital -- affiliated with Weill Cornell Medicine -- provides outstanding emergency care for ill and injured children and young adults, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We offer a dedicated pediatric emergency space, separate from the adult emergency department, where children and families are cared for in a comforting environment led by staff trained and experienced to care for children of all ages.
We take pride in offering our community the highest quality pediatric emergency care, and are grateful to service all boroughs of New York City and the greater metropolitan area. We offer the highest level of pediatric trauma and burn care, with coordinated teams specifically skilled to manage pediatric surgical and medical areas.
We Are Excited to Launch a Brand New Service:
Pediatric Urgent Care Telehealth (6pm-midnight)
Our Pediatric Emergency Service now offers Pediatric Urgent Care Telehealth from 6pm - midnight, seven days a week. Telehealth is a quick, convenient way to connect with one of our Pediatric Emergency Medicine doctors via a Secure Online Video Chat to get an instant examination, diagnosis, and treatment or referral for you or your child.
For more information, and to start your Telehealth connection, visit: http://www.nyp.org/ondemand/urgent-care
Related Links:Komansky Children's Hospital Emergency Department