They say good timing is everything. We agree. When you’re hurt, or sick, you want help fast. That's why once again, Bon Secours is proud to bring you the very best in quality emergency care. Check in at any of our emergency departments and you will be quickly seen by a member of our clinical care team who will assess your needs and begin the care you need. It’s that simple.
Emergency Room Locations
Bon Secours Health Center at Harbour View (*Accredited Chest Pain Center by the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care)
5818 Harbour View Blvd.
Suffolk, VA 23435
757-673-6065 - emergency
Newport News, Virginia
A more timely treatment model improves patient outcomes. Our dedicated team of administrators, nurses and physicians have worked together to implement practices that improve work processes and patient flow with the ultimate goal of improving care by beginning treatment as quickly as possible.
Call 911 for a heart attack or stroke
Signs of a heart attack include:
- Sharp chest pain
- Chest pressure or discomfort
- Shortness of breath
- Pain in the arm, upper back or shoulder
Signs of a stroke include:
F - Face. Look for sagging or unevenness in the face.
A - Arms. Hold both arms out in front and see if one tends to drift downward.
S - Speech. Check for slurred or difficult to understand speech.
T- Time. Act fast and call 911.
If you think you are experiencing a heart attack or stroke, call 911 immediately. By calling 911, you get the fastest care possible. Emergency medical personnel can start treatment during transportation and alert the hospital so they can be ready for your arrival. During a heart attack or stroke, every second counts to save your life!
Do not drive to the hospital - call 911 immediately.
Rider Alert Card Program
Bon Secours, the Richmond Ambulance Authority & Motorcycle Virginia, Inc. have launched a new program designed to save the lives of injured motorcyclists. The program provides free identification data cards that will help first responders provide rapid and accurate medical assistance to riders involved in accidents.
To learn more or to request a card, visit www.rideralert.org.