Saints Mary and Elizabeth Medical Center
Saint Mary Campus
2233 West Division Street
Chicago, IL 60622
We've got you covered.
Need a few stiches? No problem. Something more serious? We're on it. Our team of experts is ready to handle all of life's emergencies. So think of us as your family's safety net and take comfort in knowing we're here whenever you need us.
Get the first rate care you deserve.
Our experienced, board-certified physicians and specially-trained nurses give you advanced, personalized care for any urgent need. Working as a team, they use the latest techniques and technology to provide quick answers and accurate treatments.
Emergencies can be unpredictable, but our experts have trained for years to prepare for any situation. In fact, we treat thousands of patients every year, experience that gives you the reassurance you've come to the right place for emergency care.
We're focused on you and your family.
Making you feel at ease is one of our primary concerns. You'll find a warm, comfortable environment and private rooms where visitors are always welcome. Our friendly team includes many multilingual doctors, nurses and staff, especially Spanish- and Polish-speaking.
And, we're child-friendly as an Emergency Department Approved for Pediatrics by the State of Illinois. This means we're equipped to provide the highest level of care for our youngest patients.
Saving lives when seconds count.
You'll be glad to know that we are well equipped to provide the rapid care you need during a heart attack or stroke:
- As an Accredited Chest Pain Center, we have the expertise and advanced technology to stop a heart attack in its tracks.
- We are a Certified Primary Stroke Center with a team of experts ready to rapidly diagnose, treat, and in some cases, stop a stroke in progress.
State-of-the-art is smart.
Our emergency and specialty physicians have access to the latest technology that gives you the benefit of increased comfort, faster answers and more precise care:
- A 64-slice CT, dedicated to E.R. patients, takes less than ten seconds to scan the whole body
- Digital radiology replaces traditional x-rays with a more efficient, accurate system
- Telemetry cardiac monitoring helps us pinpoint any changes in heart rhythm—around-the-clock.
Is it an emergency?
If you or someone with you has any of these symptoms, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency department immediately:
- Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath
- Chest or upper abdominal pain or pressure
- Sudden dizziness, weakness or change in vision
- Confusion or change in mental status
- Any sudden, severe pain
- Bleeding that won't stop
- Severe or persistent vomiting
- Coughing up or vomiting blood
- Suicidal or homicidal feelings
Also, review this list with your doctor and ask whether there are other symptoms you should add to this list based on your health and any medical conditions you may have.
Need to find a doctor?
Click here or call 877-737-4636.