Located close to home and open 24 hours a day, ER-7 at Northwest provides the highest quality medical care as quickly as possible in a private, comfortable setting. Our cardiac and stroke care has earned accreditations and designations, including:
- Accredited as a Chest Pain Center by the Society of Chest Pain Centers (now Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care)
Northwest ER-7 Specialty Care
For patients with sore throats, ear infections, sprains, cuts, twisted ankles and other injuries that are not life- or limb-threatening. Learn more about rapid care.
For patients who require more specialized care, including laboratory work and closer monitoring of their condition. Learn more about urgent care.
For patients who need intensive care or who are more critically ill and could have a life- or limb-threatening emergency. Learn more about emergent care.
For patients whose care, testing and treatment occur in stages or whose symptoms or response to treatment may change over several hours. Learn more about observation care.
For patients who may be having acute cardiac problems. The Society of Chest Pain Centers (now Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care) has accredited Northwest Hospital as a Chest Pain Center. Learn more about cardiac care.
For children under the age of 16. Medical equipment and supplies tailored to children are located within the care center. Learn more about pediatric care.
For patients experiencing symptoms of acute mental illness, or for those seeking assistance with coping and caring for loved ones with mental health issues. Learn more about psychiatric care.
All 38 treatment areas are private and feature the latest medical equipment close at hand with lighting, temperature and noise control levels tailored to the needs of individual patients. Treatment rooms are equipped with a television and space for a friend or family member to remain throughout treatment.
When You Arrive
Upon your arrival, specially trained Northwest ER-7 staff members will evaluate you. The registrars complete paperwork or necessary forms at your bedside. While everyone receives timely care in the Northwest ER-7, certain serious or life-threatening illnesses or injuries require more immediate attention. If you feel your medical condition has changed since you have been waiting for treatment, please inform the triage nurse as quickly as possible.
Directions to ER-7 at Northwest
From I-695 [+/-]
Head northwest on I-695 N.
Keep left onto I-695 W.
Take Exit 18 to merge onto MD-26W/Liberty Road toward Reisterstown.
Turn left onto Old Court Road.
Destination is on the left.
Department of Emergency Medicine
5401 Old Court Road
Randallstown, MD 21133