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Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital
First Floor
1540 Maple Road
Williamsville, NY 14221

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Emergency Department

The Emergency Department at Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital provides a full range of emergency medical services to people of all ages from Erie and Niagara counties. The department features all private patient rooms and additional trauma rooms, a more spacious and comfortable waiting room, and new, state-of-the-art technology.

The Millard Fillmore Suburban Hospital Emergency Department (ED) Offers:

  • Board certified emergency medicine physicians and specially trained nurses who provide comprehensive care to more than 40,000 patients of all ages each year.
  • Fast Track - an area within the ED between the hours of 1 p.m. and 1 a.m. where patients with less severe injuries and illnesses are treated. Fast track helps reduce the congestion within the ED at peak times.
  • The emergency medicine staff, whose physicians are also trained in pediatrics, provide the highest quality of care in a professional, compassionate and respectful manner.
  • Several Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners who are specially trained in forensic examination of sexual assault victims and have passed the rigorous certification exam.Nurse reviewing x-ray





Virtual Tours of our new Emergency Department

Private Patient RoomsEnlarged Trauma RoomsMain Nurses Station

Decontamination Room

Millard Fillmore Suburban has taken the next step in emergency preparedness by providing a dedicated decontamination room adjacent to the emergency room.

Staff Members

This state-of-the-art decontamination room has multiple areas to accommodate a large number of people. It can also accommodate non-ambulatory patients on stretchers. In the event of a large incident the facility has a large inflatable decontamination tent that could assist hundreds of people if necessary.

Why is this important?  If exposed to hazardous materials:

  • Individuals will need to remove and package all clothing due to potential exposure. 
  • Be decontaminated via showering.
  • Be free of the hazardous agent prior to treatment in the ED.

 *All contaminated waste water from the decontamination room is collected in a separate dedicated tank.

Decontamination can be used for any hazardous material exposure that leaves a substance on the victim. Some common examples are chlorine, pesticides and oils.

  • Chlorine -the most common household and industrial cleaner in the world. If a person gets this on their skin, it can cause burns and serious respiratory distress if inhaled.
  • Pesticides- commonly used in the agricultural industry as well as around homes. In low doses, it can be a skin/eye irritant, it could affect a person's nervous system at high doses and some are considered carcinogenic.
  • Oil, including gasoline, is the most common hazardous material in the world.  Oil can also be a skin irritant and very harmful if ingested.

         More complex contaminants include nerve agents or cyanide exposure.