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Orlando Perales, MD, FAAP

Orlando Perales, MD, FAAP
Director - Pediatric ER
 
Gerard Devas, MD, FAAP

Gerard Devas, MD, FAAP
 
Muhammad Waseem, MD, FAAP

Muhammad Waseem, MD, FAAP
 
Heidi Pinkert, MD, FAAP

Heidi Pinkert, MD, FAAP
 
Lina Go, MD, FAAP

Lina Go, MD, FAAP
 
Saqiba Khan, MD, FAAP

Saqiba Khan, MD, FAAP
 
Thant Zin, MD, FAAP

Thant Zin, MD, FAAP
 
Steve Ayanruoh, MD, FAAP

Steve Ayanruoh, MD, FAAP
 
Nna Iromuanya, MD, FAAP

Nna Iromuanya, MD, FAAP
 
Blanca Lugo, MD, FAAP

Blanca Lugo, MD, FAAP
 
Kerlin Vanderpuije, MD, FAAP

Kerlin Vanderpuije, MD, FAAP
 
Frances Quee, MD, FAAP

Frances Quee, MD, FAAP
 
Marie Lominy, MD, FAAP

Marie Lominy, MD, FAAP
 
Alice Seidler, MD, FAAP

Alice Seidler, MD, FAAP
 
Nehad Shabarek, MD, FAAP

Nehad Shabarek, MD, FAAP
 
Ambrin Hussain, MD, FAAP

Ambrin Hussain, MD, FAAP
 

PEDIATRIC EMERGENCY and CRITICAL CARE

Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center's pediatric critical care team is committed to providing state-of-the-art emergency services to children and adolescents. We provide critical care services 24-hours a day. Each year we treat approximately 43,000 pediatric patients.

Lincoln's Pediatric Critical Care Team

Our team includes board-certified surgeons, physicians, nurses, radiologists, social workers and pediatric health professionals who provide emergency care to children seven days a week, 24-hours a day. Certified child life specialists are available to support and prepare children and families for difficult procedures.

When it's an Emergency

When a child is seriously injured in an accident, seek emergency care immediately. You should bring your child to the Pediatric Emergency Department if the child is having an asthma attack that you cannot get under control. If the child is experiencing a seizure that lasts longer than five minutes or does not wake between seizures, this is considered a medical emergency, come to the hospital.

If a child has sustained serious injuries and child abuse is suspected, bring the child to the hospital. If you are unsure and do not know what to do, contact our Child Advocacy Center. The Center's team of health care specialists can help evaluate the child and report your suspicions.

If there are any other emergency health concerns about your child, you can also call our telephone triage, which is available 24 hours a day.

Our Pediatric Emergency Department is designed to ease the fears of young patients and their families. We take pride in providing our patients with culturally competent, comprehensive emergency care in a safety and patient-friendly environment.




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