Emergency Services


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As the premier healthcare facility in northern Palm Beach County, we pride ourselves on having a qualified and caring staff and state-of-the-art technology to provide the best medical care available to our community - 24 hours a day, seven days a week. When seconds count, we offer the help you need when you need it the most - and, we're close to home.


The Emergency Department specializes in the treatment of patients needing immediate care for both minor and major emergencies. Within the Emergency Department there are specialized areas specifically for treatment of pediatrics, obstetrics, gynecology, eye problems, ear-nose-throat problems, orthopedic and trauma related injuries, as well as a modern Cardiac Center. Our commitment is to provide you with excellent, professional emergency care during this critical time. We are proud of our Medical Center's commitment to the community and of the Emergency Department's important role in that commitment.


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Our specially trained staff includes physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, nurses, paramedics, emergency medical technicians, registrars, and volunteers who offer high quality care when you need it most. These staff members are highly trained and experienced in the fast-paced, rapidly changing Emergency Department environment.


All medical staff members acquire continuing education to ensure that they are up-to-date on the latest medical developments and treatment methods. The physicians are full-time Emergency Physicians with combined experience spanning several decades.

With state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment located by the department, X-rays are processed quickly, allowing faster diagnosis and treatment. The emergency room staff cares for patients facing life-threatening situations every day.


Nurse Triage

Patients who enter Jupiter Medical Center's Emergency Department during our busiest hours are immediately seen by a triage nurse. Pronounced "tree-ahj," the triage nurse identifies the patients who need care first and determines what level of care is needed for the illness or injury. Triage nurses are specially trained to separate minor needs from major emergencies. A brief medical history will be taken, questions will be asked related to you specific injury or illness, your vital signs are checked, and you will either be sent to the Registration Desk or to the treatment area. Patients who are critically ill will receive immediate attention.

Contact our Emergency Services Department at 561-263-4460* for more information.

*Please note, this number is to be used for informational purposes. If you are experiencing a true emergency, please call 911.