|Location||Calea Floreasca 8, Sector 1, Bucharest|
|Patron||Radu Alexandru Macovei|
|Founded||5 May 1934|
Floreasca is the first institution specialized in providing emergency medicine. It has been opened in 1933, specifically for this purpose. Initially, the hospital was funded by Nicolae Minovici, a Romanian professor.
In August 24, 1944, the hospital building has been destroyed during the Bombing of Bucharest.
In 1949, a new building has been built for the hospital. The building, although renovated a few times, is still operational today.
In 1960, the building has been substantially modified, and 7 new floors have been added.
The hospital has 760 beds for patients. It has multiple operating theaters and has sections for all the major branches of medicine (including psychiatry).
Floreasca is also a teaching hospital.
The hospital has one of top cardiology departments in Romania. It has the best electrophysiology department and one of the best interventional cardiology department in Romania. Since 2010, Floreasca Interventional Cardiology Department performs more than 1000 primary PCIs each year to patients coming from about half of Romania's territory. It contributed to a fourfold decrease of mortality in acute myocardial infarction patients in Romania.
- "Spitalul de Urgenta Floreasca ar putea avea propriul heliport". Sanatatea TV. 3 December 2012.
- ro:Spitalul de Urgență Floreasca