Team Approaches

Our programs approach your care with a collaborative team effort covering multiple disciplines utilizing the latest technologies.

The Elizabeth A. Connelly Emergency and Trauma Center serves the fastest growing borough in New York City. The rapid growth of the Island's population and recent increase in vehicular accidents has resulted in nearly 100,000 patients annually visiting Staten Island University Hospital for pediatric and adult emergency and urgent care. That equals one in five Islanders who each year turn to Staten Island University Hospital.

This emergency facility is 39,945 square feet and features 56 patient treatment rooms, enabling Staten Island's preeminent health care team to deliver trauma, behavioral, urgent, and emergent care to adult and pediatric patients in a modern spacious environment.

The Center for Women’s Health provides services and programs that are tailored specifically for women and are offered in a professional and compassionate manner. Through a multidisciplinary approach, the Center provides information and education as an integral component of the plan of care. We are deeply committed to the philosophy that the customer is our reason for being and the Center continually strives to exceed our customers' expectations.

The Comprehensive Breast Center is the first to serve our community in breast cancer diagnosis, research and treatment. Our newly developed program consists of a dedicated team of specialists whose goal is to provide comprehensive and compassionate care to treat, educate and support our patients with benign breast disease, breast cancer and high-risk patients.

The Early Childhood Detection Center’s mission is to help parents and professionals locate and use community services that are designed for children (age five and under) with special needs or handicaps.

The Regina M. McGinn, MD Medical Education Center is the integration of technology and advanced training technique in a generous 5,000 square foot environment. It is the Hospital's most recent example of a commitment to create a healthier Staten Island through clinical excellence, community outreach, and the benefits of retaining skilled physicians in our home community.