Shoreline Medical Center
At the Middlesex Hospital Shoreline Medical Center, our team of physicians, nurses and staff dedicate themselves to providing the best care and service possible. It’s something our patients have come to recognize and expect from us.
We are proud to have received the prestigious Press Ganey Summit Award for three consecutive years of over 95% patient satisfaction. Press Ganey, the nation’s leader in patient satisfaction measurement, independently surveys patients for true, informative customer service and quality of care opinions.
260 Westbrook Road
Essex, CT 06426
Facility: (860) 358-3700
Emergency Services, 24/7
Outpatient Laboratory and Radiology
Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, 7:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
The Middlesex Hospital Shoreline Medical Center, we have developed a reputation as a convenient center that offers quality health care services provided by skilled, caring medical professionals to the over 80,000 community residents we serve. Our expert staff utilizes the latest technology to offer a wide range of services, including 24/7 emergency care, Express Care, advanced diagnostic imaging (including 64-Slice CT, open and closed MRI and digital mammography), lab services, pre-operative testing, neurodiagnostics and infusion therapy.
- Emergency Care
- Mental Health Services
- Nutrition Counseling
- Outpatient Infusion
- Outpatient Laboratory
- Outpatient Neurology
- Outpatient Radiology
- Rehabilitation Services
You can count on the Middlesex Hospital Shoreline Medical Center to provide you and your family with the very best in health care.
Expert, board–certified emergency medicine doctors are on–site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and supported by a broad spectrum of diagnostic capabilities.
Middlesex Hospital paramedics are based in our Essex Emergency Department, and on call around the clock to begin treatment at the scene of critical emergencies.
Middlesex Hospital paramedics provide emergency medical services to the towns of Essex, Old Lyme, Old Saybrook, Westbrook and Deep River, Chester, Clinton, Killingworth, 24 hours a day. Being able to provide these services before a patient in critical condition gets to the Emergency Department is extremely important. Paramedics receive special medical training that enables them to provide an advanced level of emergency medical services.
Full-service, on-site, outpatient laboratory in a convenient setting, including Pre-Operative Testing — all routine tests required by any hospital prior to admission to surgery. Here is a list of the most common laboratory tests. [220.127.116.11]
Open and Closed MRI
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) uses magnetic fields and radio waves to produce accurate anatomical images that, when aided by a computer, can be viewed from any different angles.
Advanced digital technology makes real-time consultation possible between radiologists at Middlesex Hospital and the Shoreline Medical Center, 24 hours a day.
Also called a sonogram, ultrasound uses high-frequency sound waves to examine internal organs in the abdomen, producing real-time images of soft tissue and capturing movement of internal organs.
An X-ray based technology that can assess an organ or body in real time. Typical fluoroscopies include gastrointestinal or barium GI studies.
High Speed Multi-Slice CT Scan ("CAT" Scan)
CT scans use a computer to enhance X-ray type images. Typical CT scanners create image slices one at a time; our machine creates two images at the same time. Images are then assembled into a very detailed, three-dimensional view.
An x-ray scan that uses a computer to produce cross-sectional images of the abdomen.
An x-ray scan that utilizes a computer to produce cross-sectional images of the head.
Mammography is the use of low-dose x-rays (radiation) to make a picture of the tissue inside the breast. The resulting picture is called a mammogram. Mammography is used to screen for and diagnose breast cancer by detecting tumors or other changes in breast tissue. A mammogram can identify abnormalities before a lump can be felt, and therefore aids in early detection of cancer, which improves chances of successful treatment.
A bone density scan, along with a patient's medical history, is a useful aid in evaluating the probability of a fracture or osteoporosis and whether any preventative treatment is needed.
Endoscopy is a medical procedure during which a physician examines the interior of a hollow vessel or organ using a special camera-like device called an endoscope. Middlesex Hospital's Shoreline Medical Center has a dedicated endocopy suite equipped to perform a variety of procedures. One example of a commonly performed procedure is a colonoscopy.
The electroencephalogram (EEG) is a non-invasive test used to evaluate brain function or disorders, or to determine brain death.
The measurement and recording of electrical activity generated in muscle in response to a nervous stimulation. Electromyography (EMG) is often performed at the same time as nerve conduction studies, which aid in the diagnosis of peripheral nerve disorders.
Middlesex Hospital's Shoreline Medical Center offers infusion therapy services for antibiotics, blood products, autologous donations, injections and other special procedures. And best of all, it's all in a safe, convenient location.