Cobleskill Regional Hospital
Cobleskill, Schoharie County
Cobleskill Regional Hospital, affiliated with the Bassett Healthcare Network, is a 40-bed, not-for-profit hospital. Cobleskill is Schoharie County's only provider of acute inpatient medical care, emergency care, short-stay inpatient rehabilitation and many other diagnostic and therapeutic services including 20 specialty service areas such as cardiology, women’s health, orthopedics and more plus a Sleep Disorder center and physical therapy and rehabilitation services.
Faxton St. Luke's Healthcare
Utica, Oneida County
Faxton St. Luke's Healthcare, a not-for-profit organization, has two campus with 370 acute care beds and 202 long term care beds. FSLH includes St. Luke's Home, Senior Network Health, Mohawk Valley Home Care and Visiting Nurse Association of Utica and Oneida County. Our commitment is to deliver accessible, quality healthcare to the community. Faxton is a member of the Mohawk Valley Health System.
Little Falls Hospital
Little Falls, Herkimer County
Little Falls Hospital is a voluntary, not-for-profit, healthcare institution. Little Falls Hospital is a proud partner of The Bassett Healthcare Network and is designated a Critical Access Hospital for Herkimer County's residents. The Hospital has 25 acute, swing and special care beds and offers 24/7 Emergency Services with physicians from the Bassett Network providing medical coverage.
Mohawk Valley Health System
Utica, Oneida County
The Mohawk Valley Health System was formed in 2014 by the affiliation of Faxton St. Luke's Healthcare and St. Elizabeth Medical Center. MVHS is governed by a single, 18-member board of directors with nine from each hospital's board. MVHS serves the geographic area of Oneida, Herkimer and Madison counties with 4,200 full time employees. The Health System has 19 primary care locations, a Children's and Women's Health Center, general, orthopedic and neurological surgeons, a Breast Care Center and two Urgent Care centers.
Nathan Littauer Hospital & Nursing Home
Gloversville, Fulton County
Nathan Littauer Hospital and Nursing Home is a full service, 74 bed acute care hospital with an 84 bed skilled nursing home. Nathan Littauer Hospital and Nursing Home is located on a 34-acre campus on the northern edge of the city of Gloversville in Fulton County. As the only hospital in Fulton County, Nathan Littauer Hospital is a unique and essential health care resource that has served the community since 1894. With its 24-hour Emergency Department, Nathan Littauer serves as a vital entry point for a majority of the area's emergency cases.
Rome Memorial Hospital
Rome, Oneida County
Rome Memorial Hospital is a 130-bed, not-for-profit hospital that provides traditional hospital services including emergency, general medical/surgical, pediatric, obstetric, and intensive care. Because of our commitment to serve the unique needs of seniors, we also have two specialty units, acute-physical medicine & rehabilitation, and senior behavioral health care, and an 80-bed Residential Health Care Facility. The hospital also provides a broad range of diagnostic and treatment services.
St. Elizabeth Medical Center
Utica, Oneida County
Web site: www.stemc.org
St. Elizabeth Medical Center is a not-for-profit hospital founded in 1866 by the Sisters of St. Francis. It operates a 201-bed, acute regional hospital with inpatient services, outpatient services, and is the Area Trauma Center. The Medical Center is a member of the Mohawk Valley Health System.
St. Mary's Healthcare
Amsterdam, Montgomery County
Web site: www.smha.org
St. Mary's Hospital is the largest acute care hospital in the region with 120 acute care beds and a 160 bed skilled nursing home. In addition, St. Mary's offers over 10 primary care and specialty sites and over 30 community-based behavioral health programs in the Montgomery and Fulton county area. Founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet in 1903, St. Mary's Hospital is dedicated to improving the health of the entire community, providing healthcare services that address the spiritual as well as social, emotional and physical needs of our patients, with special attention to the poor and underserved.