NCH Healthcare is here to provide you with 24-hour access to emergency medical care. Our board-certified physicians and specially-trained nurses will care for you or a loved one when an unexpected emergency happens. We want you to receive high-quality, prompt care
Emergency Services at the NCH Healthcare System provides emergency care to over 118,000 members of Collier and Lee counties each year. The Service Line encompasses five outstanding Emergency Departments .
- NCH Baker Campus, in beautiful downtown Naples, which serves patients of all ages. Home to Collier County's only comprehensive stroke center and an award-winning cardiac program.
- NCH North Naples Campus, in the ever-expanding North Naples corridor is home to two emergency departments
- The brand new, fully remodeled 40 bed adult ED with smart room technology and start of the art equipment.
- The Robert, Mariann, and Megan McDonald Pediatric Emergency Dept - . The only 24-hour pediatric ED in Collier County
- Northeast freestanding ED - Collier County's ONLY freestanding ED.
- NCH Bonita freestanding ED in Southern Lee County
New Emergency Department Expansion
Nationally Recognized Physician Group
Evidence based staffing guidelines
InQuicker Service to "wait at home"
Only Pediatric and Obstetrical receiving facility in Collier County (NNH)
Cardiac program with sustained less than 90 minute door to balloon time
Average medication treatment times of under 45 minutes for stroke patients
Only Comprehensive stroke center in Collier County (Baker ED)
Primary stroke center (All sites).
Trauma receiving facilities for Collier County
When to Seek Emergency Care
- Broken bones
- Breathing difficulty or shortness of breath
- Chest pain or pressure
- Coughing or vomiting blood
- Difficulty speaking, altered mental status
- Fainting or loss of consciousness
- Heart attack
- Neck or back injury
- Onset of seizures
- Physical or sexual assault
- Poisoning or overdose
- Severe allergic reaction
- Severe or life-threatening issues
- Severe or persistent vomiting or diarrhea
- Serious burns
- Sudden dizziness, weakness or change in vision
- Sudden or severe pain
- Suicidal behavior
- Uncontrolled bleeding
- Vaginal bleeding with pregnancy