Bon Secours Westchester Emergency Center is a Department of St Francis Medical Center.
Bon Secours believes in the power of good help. That’s why we’ve opened the Bon Secours Westchester Emergency Center—the area’s first freestanding emergency department (ED), ready to treat your family’s emergency medical needs, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Our freestanding emergency department is an extension of Bon Secours St. Francis Medical Center and is staffed with medical personnel who can provide you and your family access to the same level of emergency medical services as a traditional hospital emergency department setting without the long wait times. A member of our clinical care team can see you within minutes of your arrival.
Westchester Emergency Center is prepared to serve all your family’s immediate medical needs.
- Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to treat emergent medical conditions
- No appointment required to be seen and nearly no wait
- Staffed with the same caring medical personnel, and using the same state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment as in Bon Secours hospitals
- More doctors specializing in Pediatric Emergency Medicine (PEM) in the Bon Secours network than any other healthcare network in Virginia, providing acute care for infants, babies, children and teens
- Ambulances on campus 24 hours a day, to immediately transport patients needing an inpatient hospital stay, bypassing the hospital ED
Your Convenient Location for Emergent Medical Care
The state-of-the-art Westchester Emergency Center is prepared to care for your family with everything from the most severe injuries to minor illnesses. Along with the skilled nurses and other health care professionals of Bon Secours, our physicians provide compassionate, comprehensive care, including:
- Life-threatening conditions (such as heart attacks, strokes and respiratory issues)
- Medical problems that come on suddenly (such as fever, infection and severe allergic reactions)
- Major injuries (such as burns, fractures and head injuries)
- Minor injuries (such as cuts and sprains)
- Complications of chronic illnesses
- Poisonings and overdoses