Put Your Health in Our Hands
In an emergency situation, every second counts. When you’re facing a heart attack or stroke, infection or severe allergy, broken bones or burns, we’re here to help bring you relief and healing with emergency medical treatments. At AdventHealth New Smyrna Beach, formerly Florida Hospital New Smyrna, we always have a plan, even when life changes yours. Our emergency room and urgent care centers are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
When you simply need care for minor ailments like pink eye, allergies, and skin issues, you can use our eCare services, allowing you to visit with a doctor or nurse practitioner from the comfort of your couch. Whatever your medical needs, we’re here to support you in body, mind, and spirit, giving expert care and compassion when you need it most.
In Our 24-Hour Emergency Room and Urgent Care Centers
- When to Head to Your Nearest Emergency Room
Urgent Care or ER: How to Identify an Emergency
When your child breaks an arm, when you experience sudden pain or trouble breathing, when you recognize signs of a stroke — whatever medical emergency you find yourself in, chances are you'll feel shaken and uncertain of what to do next.
Trust your intuition. If you see or experience any symptoms of a medical emergency, call 911 immediately or head to the closest emergency room. Even if you feel uncertain as to whether or not you need Emergency Care, please don't hesitate to visit the 24-hour emergency room at AdventHealth New Smyrna Beach, formerly Florida Hospital New Smyrna. Where your health is concerned, it’s always best to play it safe. We offer emergency medical treatments for many conditions, including:
- Complicated Fractures
- Deep Wounds
- Extreme Difficulty Breathing
- Major Head Injury
- Severe Allergic Reactions
- Severe Burns
- Suspected Heart Attack
- Suspected Stroke
- Vomiting or Coughing Up Blood
With a skilled and compassionate approach to care, our highly trained emergency room team can help you find healing when you need it most. Let us serve you — it’s our privilege.
What to Expect When You Visit the ER
We know you have a lot of questions, and we’ll do our best to answer every single one of them. Tell us your concerns. Ask us anything.We’ll also have a few questions for you, because the more information we have about you, the more quickly and safely we can help you. We’ll start with basic information like your name, birth date, medical history, and the reason for your visit. After taking your vital signs, our team will decide how they can bring you relief in the fastest and safest way possible.
In our New Smyrna Beach ER, we use a process known as triage, which prioritizes care for patients in critical condition. That means a patient suffering from a stroke may receive care sooner than someone with less urgent needs.
To make sure you’re prepared for an emergency, you may want to keep an information card in your purse or wallet. Include things like the name and number of your primary care physician, a list of your medications and drug allergies, and any advance directives you may have (like power of attorney or health care proxy). Knowing this information will help us better serve you.
For more information or to take one of our heart health risk assessment quizzes, visit here.
- Serving You in Convenient Urgent Care Centers
When you experience things like flu, sprains, and cuts, heading to your nearest emergency room may not be the best solution. You can visit our local Urgent Care centers for help with minor ailments, including:
- Allergic Reactions and Hives
- Cold, Flu, and Common Illnesses
- Cuts That Need Stitches
- Disease Management
- Minor Cuts (Onsite Stitches Available)
- Sprains, Strains, and Fractures
- Stomach and Digestive Conditions
Your care comes first. That’s why we don’t require you to schedule an appointment before visiting Urgent Care, and why we accept most major insurance plans, to make your treatment easier on your pocketbook. We’re also here to help you with future health and wellness, which is why our Urgent Care centers offer preventive services like flu shots, X-rays, EKGs, and physical exams.
- eCare: Bringing World-Class Care to You, Wherever You Are
For those times when you need a doctor’s expertise but don’t feel like leaving your couch, we’ve created eCare. As long as you have an electronic device like a smartphone, tablet, or computer on hand, you can visit virtually with a physician or nurse practitioner. Through eCare, we provide advice and care for a range of minor illnesses and injuries, including:
- Conjunctivitis/Pink Eye
- Cough, Colds, Bronchitis, and Flu
- Lower Back Pain
- Seasonal Allergies
- Sinus and Upper Respiratory Infections
- Skin Conditions
- Urinary Tract Infections
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. | Saturday through Sunday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. No appointment needed.
How It Works
- Download the app on iTunes or GooglePlay.
- Create an account.
- Tap the "Request Visit" link in your app and get started.
Your care is just a click away. Get started today.
- After Your Emergency Room, Urgent Care, or eCare Visit
Sometimes you need more than a visit to the closest emergency room or local Urgent Care center — you need medicine, follow-up care, or hospital services. Whatever you need, you can count on us to make sure you get it. If you need a hospital transfer, we’ll set it up. And if you need follow-up care, we can connect you with a specialist in the New Smyrna Beach area. Whole-person care is what we’re here for, and we want to make sure you feel supported and healthy long after your visit with us.