515 Main Street, Olean, New York 14760
(716) 373-2600

Olean General Hospital

Emergency department

Olean General's Emergency Department is open 24-hours a day, 7 days a week with a full complement of support services in diagnostic imaging, surgery, cardiopulmonary and laboratory analysis.

For critical cases requiring transportation over long distances or rough terrain, the Louis A Magnano Mercy Flight Center provides life saving air transportation to patients in need of tertiary care.

Our Approach

The overall approach in our Emergency Department focuses on the team of medical professionals all board certified or eligible and extremely proficient in emergency medicine. The Department offers emergency medical care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and is for patients whose needs range from life-threatening conditions to less urgent needs like colds or cuts. Essential to its efficient operation is the triaging of patients according to the range of illnesses or conditions they present.

The Emergency Department is state-of-the-art, capable of accommodating up to 17 patients in need of critical care, and utilizes an electronic patient record for efficiency and accuracy.


The Emergency Department at Olean General provides benefits that include:

  • A management team focused on emergency medicine and its demanding needs
  • Immediate and responsive care
  • A triaging system that quickly assesses patient conditions
  • A department that integrates seamlessly with other areas of the hospital to access needed diagnostic and treatment services quickly.
  • Mercy Flight med-evac facilities to accommodate the airlifting of patients for critical care


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SAFE Center

Department of Health approved SAFE programs and specifically trained health professionals will ensure that victims of sexual assault are provided with competent, compassionate and prompt care, while providing the most advances technology associated with DNA and other sexual assault forensic evidence collection and preservation.




Emergency Medicine