Emergency Services and Urgent Care
Danbury Hospital’s Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Emergency Department is an accredited Level II Trauma Center, a Stroke Center and a Chest Pain Center. For the best and fastest care in medical emergencies, please call 9-1-1.
For medical emergencies that are not life-threatening, we offer convenient walk-in Urgent Care at three convenient locations.
Our goal is to evaluate you and manage your illness or injury as quickly and efficiently as possible. Learn what to expect in the ED.
For problems that need immediate medical attention but are not life-threatening, Danbury Hospital offers walk-in care, no appointment needed, at three locations. All have ample parking.
What You Need to Know About EMS
If you face a life-threatening emergency, call 9-1-1 immediately; this brings the fastest, most effective, life-saving care. Danbury Hospital works in partnership with Danbury Emergency Medical Systems (EMS) to provide emergency care and transportation to members of our community and surrounding areas. Our rapid response times are faster than the national average and, when necessary, life-saving care begins the moment we arrive.
At Danbury Hospital, we’re equipped for and well prepared to handle the most serious medical emergencies. We are a Level II Trauma Center. Our Mary Ellen and Samuel Klein, MD Critical Care Unithas won national quality awards. We are a certified Stroke Center offering optimal care quickly and efficiently for patients suffering stroke. For patients experiencing an acute heart attack, Danbury Hospital is certified as a Primary Angioplasty Center.