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by a doctor, Nurse Manager Kim Parisan assesses them, takes their vitals and compiles a medical history and list of medications. With experience working in both large and small hospitals, she said she enjoys the atmosphere more at NEC because of the opportunities to personally connect with patients.
For Mansoory and his colleagues, NEC started out as just an idea and turned into a vital part of the Newark community. He said he couldn't be prouder of the last 40 years and is hopeful NEC will continue to care for more patients from all over Delaware for decades to come.
in order to treat more people and help alleviate the load on area hospitals.
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Medical Director Dr. Mehdi Jadali said most patients come in for minor fractures, sprains, lacerations, the common cold and flu, broken bones, physicals, casting and x rays. when most walk in clinics are closed. Jadali said the center conducts a lot of physicals in July and August and administer flu shots during the flu season. As of Dec. 5, approximately 200 shots had been given out so far this season.
"I love small communities," Parisan said. "I thrive on that."
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Lynn said they also plan to add a CAT scan and are currently working toward a partnership with the University of Delaware that will allow nursing students on clinical rotation and adult medical students to come to the emergency center to fulfill their required volunteer clinical hours.
All patients are seen at Beats Wireless Studio the emergency center with no appointment necessary and regardless of their health insurance, often only waiting about 10 minutes before meeting with a nurse, Jadali said.
The 7,500 square foot facility boasts a waiting area, reception desk, nursing and physicians station, six treatment rooms, gynecologist room, pediatrics room, x ray department, an administration wing and a cardiac resuscitation room, which Lynn said a patient would not find at a typical walk in clinic.
Large hospitals, Lynn said, are often overwhelmed with patients, and gurneys line the hallways because rooms are booked. Patients feel like they're just a number waiting to be called and are rushed through to free up a bed for the next in line, he said.
At a regular hospital, Mansoory said, a patient could be at the bottom of the list, but at NEC they would be seen, treated and released within one hour, and with a far more personal experience.
Although the emergency center hasn't been as busy since Christiana Hospital opened in 1985, NEC Administrator Rob Lynn encouraged residents and the surrounding community to take advantage of the services, expertise and convenience offered by NEC, as it functions just like a "mini hospital."
"They're right in our backyard," he said. "I think it's good to foster that relationship."
"We are far more diverse in what we can do," Lynn said. "It was built to be able to handle anyone from the simplest situation to a full blown heart attack."
"It's the beauty of this place that we can do that," Jadali said. "One of the benefits here is basically there's no wait."
Dr. Amir Mansoory, one of the founding doctors of the non profit center located on Main Street, said he remembers seeing a great need for a medical center in Newark. As soon it started accepting patients, the facility saw much success, taking ambulances and treating approximately 60 people a day, Mansoory said.
"It was supported by the doctors, supported by the EMS, it was welcomed in the community," he said.
"We can help the system," Lynn said.
However, there are some things doctors at NEC cannot do, such as sedate patients, and for more serious circumstances, such as a walk in heart attack, NEC only has the capability to stabilize the patient and then transfer him or her to a hospital.
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"It's like a restaurant," Lynn said. "Clear the table so another customer can get in."
The center hasn't accepted ambulances since about 1985 but is in the process of changing that so patients who need to be stabilized or are suffering from minor injuries are routed to NEC instead of Christiana.
Physicians are trained in emergency medicine, certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Advanced Trauma Life Support and are board certified. Registered nurses are also certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support.
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