Emergency Services at Danbury Hospital

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. The Danbury Hospital Emergency Department is located at the Danbury Hospital main campus.

Our goal is to evaluate you and manage your illness or injury as quickly and efficiently as possible. We treat every person we see with respect, compassion and warm, attentive, supportive care. If you are facing a life-threatening medical emergency, call 9-1-1 immediately to get the fastest, most effective care.

Here is what you can expect upon arrival:

  • Our emergency response team will evaluate the urgency and severity of your condition and gather necessary medical information. Your information is immediately entered into our computerized medical record, which allows us to manage your care promptly. You’ll be given an electronic beeper that will light up and buzz when the doctor can see you. Please let us know if your condition changes while you are waiting.
  • If you need medical tests, such as blood tests, X-rays or heart tracings, waiting time will be necessary to process the tests and report the results.
  • Once the test results are received and treatment is completed, the physician or physician assistant will discuss your condition and make recommendations. You will either be discharged home or admitted to the hospital, depending on your condition.
  • If you are going home, the nurse will review your discharge instructions with you. Please feel free to ask any questions regarding your care before you leave. We want to make sure you understand your discharge instructions.

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 Unit has 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.

Learn More About Trauma, Stroke & Heart Attack Care

If you are facing a life-threatening medical emergency, call 9-1-1 immediately to get the fastest, most effective care.

Anna-Maria and Stephen Kellen Emergency Department
203-739-7100 

Patients and families can access the Danbury Hospital Emergency Department on the Danbury Hospital main campus.