Medical Emergency (Salle D'Urgence)

If you have a medical emergency, you can go to any public hospital emergency room, in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan and Staten Island.     

**YOU CAN GET TREATMENT EVEN IF YOU DON’T HAVE YOUR PAPERS and you will not have to pay the bills**    

Find out where is the nearest public hospital (NOT private) to where you live.

PUBLIC HOSPITALS IN NEW YORK CITY

bronx

Jacobi Medical Center

1400 Pelham Parkway South, Bronx

Subway: 5 train to Pelham Parkway station

Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center

234 East 149th St, Bronx

Subway: 4 or 5 train to 149th St-Grand Concourse station

North Central Bronx Hospital

3424 Kossuth Avenue, Bronx

Subway: 5 train to Moshulu Parkway station or D train to Norwood-205th St station

QUEENS

Elmhurst Hospital

79-01 Broadway, Queens

Subway: E, F, M or R train to Roosevelt Av-Jackson Heights station or 7 train to 82nd St-Jackson Heights station

Queens Hospital Center

82-68 164th Street, Queens

Subway: F train to Parsons Blvd station or E, J, or E train to Jamaica Center Parsons-Archer station

Bus: Q65 bus to 164th St/83nd Rd stop

BROOKLYN

Coney Island Hospital

2601 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn

Subway: B or Q train to Sheepshead Bay station or F train to Neptune Av station

Kings County Hospital Center

451 Clarkson Avenue, Brooklyn

Subway: 2 or 5 to Winthrop St station

Bus: B44-SBS bus to Nostrand Av/Clarkson Av stop or the B46 bus to Utica Av/Winthrop St stop

Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center

760 Broadway, Brooklyn

Subway: J or M train to Flushing Avenue station

MANHATTAN

Bellevue Hospital Center

462 1st Avenue, Manhattan

Subway: 6 train to 28th St station or L train to 1st Av station

Bus: M15 to 1st Av/E. 27th St (Bellevue Hospital) stop

Harlem Hospital Center

506 Lenox Avenue, Manhattan

Subway: 2 or 3 train to 135th St station

Metropolitan Hospital Center

1901 1st Avenue, Manhattan

Subway: 6 train to 96th St station or Q train to 96th St station

Health Insurance

You can get an Emergency Medicaid card to make your treatment for any emergencies more efficient and quicker by contacting our partner Ms. Hemi Chakrabarty, the Health Services manager at SAACS in Queens or you can ask for Mr. Rehan Mehmood, director of Health Services. Please call to make an appointment so they can help you enroll.

Tel:  718-321-7929         You can send an email to Mr. Mehmood at:  rehan@sacssny.org

Address: 143-06 45th Avenue, Flushing NY 11355

Directions: Take the 7 train to Main Street and then take Q 65 bus to Bowne Street and 45th Avenue. You will arrive right in front of SAACS office.

Medical Care (not for Emergencies!)

The Brooklyn Free Clinic offers free healthcare services. Appointments are available every Wednesday from 5-6:30pm. You must be 18 years or older and uninsured.

The clinic strongly suggests that you make an appointment. To make an appointment, call or request an appointment online by filling out a form on this website: http://www.brooklynfreeclinic.org/appointment/

If you do not have an appointment, the clinic takes some walk-ins (they will sometimes see patients without an appointment). If you cannot plan ahead, you must arrive by between 5pm and 6pm, the earlier the better. The clinic cannot guarantee that they will see all walk-in patients, so it is better to make an appointment.

Tel:  347-688-6655

Address: 470 Clarkson Avenue, Suite A, Brooklyn

Directions: Take the 2 train to Winthrop St station, then walk south on Nostrand Av, turn left on Clarkson Av, continue for two blocks until you reach the clinic. OR take the B44-SBS bus to Nostrand Av/Clarkson Av stop and walk east on Clarkson Av for two blocks.

You can also visit a Community Healthcare Network clinic for free services. You will not be asked about immigration status.

There are many locations in the city. Please visit the following link to find the clinic closest to you: http://www.chnnyc.org/find-us