Whether it’s shortness of breath, a broken bone, a deep cut that needs stitching or some other emergency, our emergency room in St. Petersburg, Florida is prepared to take care of your medical needs 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Our board-certified emergency room doctors and nurses are trained to handle every type of medical crisis.
Our 18-bed emergency room includes:
- Private patient triage area
- Bedside registration
- Comfortable treatment rooms
- Fast-track for less serious illnesses and injuries
- Advanced patient monitoring equipment
If you think you or someone else is experiencing a medical emergency, immediately call 911.
Short ER wait times
As part of our commitment to the St. Petersburg community, our medical center publically broadcasts an average ER wait time so you can make an informed decision about which emergency room to go to when an emergency occurs. Our ER staff prides itself on getting you the treatment you need, fast. From an accurate, fast diagnosis to applying the correct treatment, you can trust our ER doctors and staff to give you the highest quality of care.
Emergency room wait time denotes the time it takes to see a qualified medical professional. ER wait times are approximate and provided for informational purposes only.
AFib and Heart Rhythm Centers
Palms of Pasadena Hospital, along with six other hospitals in the HCA West Florida Division, is among the first in the region to receive atrial fibrillation (AFib) certification. As a part of the AFib and Heart Rhythm Centers, our medical center is proud to be recognized for its achievement in helping the St. Petersburg community.
It is the goal at Palms of Pasadena Hospital to restore your heart to its normal rhythm and improve the quality of life for our patients quickly during a medical emergency. Our cardiologists and electrophysiologists in our emergency room are committed to giving you quality cardiology care, when it matters most.
Early heart attack symptoms
Did you know there are early heart attack symptoms that, if recognized, can be treated before the heart is damaged. Learn more about early heart attack care.
If you think you or someone you love is experiencing a heart attack, immediately call 911 or go to the closest emergency room.