Emergency Rooms (ER)

Warren Campus

St. Luke's Warren Campus

St. Luke’s Warren Campus
185 Roseberry Street
Phillipsburg, NJ 08865

  1. Need an ER Visit?

    Wondering if you should go directly to the Emergency Room? Call your doctors office? Or should you go to walk-in care or try a video visit? Finding the right care at the right place at the right time is easy! Watch this video to find out more!


  2. Close to Home

    There’s a St. Luke’s Emergency Room always nearby... always ready for you – close to home or wherever you are when you need us most.

  3. Highest Level of Care

    St. Luke’s Warren Campus Emergency Room has board-certified doctors and trained emergency room nurses who are ready to help with serious medical conditions. The staff offers life-saving expertise for those suffering from chest pain, abdominal pain, shortness of breath, lacerations, broken bones, high fever, dizziness and fainting, seizures, poisonings and other life threatening ailments.

  • Shortest wait times in the region
  • Newer facilities
  • Innovative technology
  • Friendliest and most courteous expert physicians and staff
  • Plenty of parking

When seconds count, count on the strength of St. Luke’s University Health Network and St. Luke’s Warren Campus.


When a medical emergency strikes, you're in good hands with the ER physicians at St. Luke’s Warren Campus. Our highly trained Emergency Room (ER) doctors are ranked among the top 3 percent in the nation in terms of patient satisfaction and you have access to them around the clock.

What to Take to the ER

It is very important to let the ER doctors know what drugs you have been prescribed as well as any over-the-counter medications you take on a regular basis. Herbs, vitamins, aspirins and prescription medications interact in ways that often cause dramatic reactions. In order to treat you most effectively, your doctors will need to know what you take routinely as well as what you have taken recently. Try to keep an updated list on hand for emergencies.

Here's what you can expect from St. Luke's Warren Campus’ ER:

  • Immediate assessment of your condition by a registered nurse. Severely ill or injured patients move to the head of the line.
  • Certified emergency nurses with specialized training.
  • A decontamination room for those exposed to harmful or toxic substances.
  • A full array of hospital services for your complete care, including the most technologically advanced radiology services in the area, complete laboratory and pathology services, and respiratory and other specialized services.

Don’t wait – let others know St. Luke’s is your choice...when it matters most!

Critical Care

For patients who are seriously ill and in need of constant attention, the Intensive Care Unit at St. Luke’s Anderson Campus offers round-the-clock medical supervision. The unit is equipped with advanced monitoring equipment and staffed by critical care nurses.

Stroke Accreditation

The joint commissionSt. Luke’s Warren Hospital has been recognized by The Joint Commission, in conjunction with The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, with Advanced Certification for Primary Stroke Centers. St. Luke’s Warren Hospital’s Primary Stroke Center Certification has demonstrated that their program meets critical elements of performance to achieve long-term success in improving these outcomes.