- Cardiac Receiving Center at Long Beach Medical Center
- Stroke Receiving Center at Long Beach Medical Center
- Disaster Resource Center at Long Beach Medical Center
- Community Education & Injury Prevention Program
If you have a medical emergency, please call 9-1-1.
Heart Attack (Myocardial Infarction) is a Medical Emergency
If you think you may be experiencing a heart attack, call 9-1-1 immediately so that treatment can start as soon as possible. Do not drive yourself or wait for a ride from a friend or family member.
Nearest Designated MemorialCare Cardiac Receiving Center
Stroke is a Medical Emergency
If you think you or someone else is having a stroke, call 9-1-1 immediately and note the time when symptoms first appeared. Do not drive yourself or wait for a ride from a friend or family member.
Nearest Designated MemorialCare Stroke Receiving Center
Emergency Department at Long Beach Medical Center
The Emergency Department at Long Beach Medical Center is the largest of its kind in California and among the newest and most advanced in the entire United States. Each year, we treat approximately 80,000 patients. One of Los Angeles County's original trauma centers, the Emergency Department (ED) and Trauma Center underwent an $11-million renovation in 2002, expanding the department to 32,000 square feet with 53 beds and creating a dedicated children's area.
Our department ensures patients receive the best emergency and trauma care available by offering:
- 53 Patient Beds
- Two Trauma-Specific Treatment Rooms
- Electronic Medical Records System
- Computerized Patient Tracking System
- Paramedic Base Station
- Large Patient Waiting Area
- Bedside Monitoring
- Enhanced Communication Systems