Envision Physician Services
Envision Physician Services
Envision Physician Services

For more than 40 years, Emergency Medical Associates (EMA) has been delivering state-of-the-art, compassionate emergency medicine and unscheduled care to some of the most recognized hospitals and health systems in New Jersey and New York. Additionally, for more than 10 years, we have been providing hospital medicine services through our inpatient medicine service line, Inpatient Medical Associates (IMA).

Well-versed in unscheduled care, we have been at the forefront of providing urgent care services through our two EMedical Urgent Care centers in Northern and Central New Jersey for more than 35 years. We currently staff numerous client hospital-owned urgent care centers in New Jersey and New York.




EMA is recognized for our strong clinical leadership team and robust professional development programs.

Our providers are highly-respected leaders at their sites and many serve on professional societies at the local, regional and national level.



EMA is well-recognized for the delivery of high-quality, compassionate patient care with an unwavering commitment to patient satisfaction.



Through clinical, operational and patient satisfaction best practices and innovation coupled with national subject matter experts, we are well-respected leaders in the fields of emergency medicine, urgent care, hospital medicine and critical care.


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