North, South, East and West. Look in any direction and you’ll find high quality healthcare from a variety of organizations in Central New York. With Crouse Health, St. Joseph’s Health, Upstate University Hospital/ Upstate Medical University, Syracuse VA Medical Center, Oswego Health, Oneida Health Hospital, Rome Memorial Hospital, Cayuga Medical Center and many others along with more than 2,000 general physicians and specialists, CNY offers world class healthcare in the heart of New York state.
With more than 4,000 babies born annually, Crouse Hospital is the largest maternity care provider in the region and serves as the designated referral center for high-risk neonatal intensive care. Other specialties offered at Crouse: adult and pediatric diagnostic and interventional cardiac care, offering the area’s only cardiac catheterization program in pediatrics; internal medicine; surgical services with the latest advancements in bariatric, GYN oncology and robotic surgery; stroke care; neurosciences; orthopedics; and the region’s only hospital-based addiction treatment services. Additionally, Crouse is a NYS-designated Comprehensive Stroke Center. As one of the top 10 employers in CNY, Crouse Health has more than 3,000 employees and 900 doctors.
Consumer Reports ranks St. Joseph’s Health among the top 15 heart surgery centers in the country and U.S. News & World Report ranks St. Joseph’s as a “Best Regional Hospital” seven years in a row. A designated Stroke Center, St. Joseph’s offers vascular surgery, women’s health, ENT and orthopedics. As the only magnet-designated hospital in the region, recognized for excellence in nursing, and the only Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade ‘A’ recipient in CNY, St. Joseph’s offers Primary and Specialty Care services throughout 16 counties and is one of America’s 50 Best Hospitals for Cardiac Care and Orthopedics, according to Healthgrades.
Oswego Health offers a range of services including medical emergencies, routine checkups, surgeries or wellness needs as well as senior care, urgent care, primary care and orthopedics. A recent Medicare survey found Oswego Health has one of the lowest rates of hospital acquired infections in the region. It also is “among the Top 5 percent in the nation for providing excellence in patient safety by preventing infections, medical errors and other preventable complications 2016-2020,” according to its website.
For more than three decades, Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists has provided total orthopedic care in Central New York for broken bones, sprains, joint replacement, chronic pain and more. With 12 locations throughout the region, SOS offers a range of specialties including foot and ankle, orthopedic and trauma, hand and wrist, joint replacement, podiatry, neck and back, robotics, should, sports treatment and sports therapy, according to its website.
The region’s only Certified Level 1 Trauma Center, Upstate University Hospital serves 17 counties in and around Central New York and includes regional centers for AIDS, burn care, neurosurgery, stroke and other specialties along with Golisano Children’s Hospital and the Upstate Cancer Center. The medical complex includes Upstate Community Hospital, the Joslin Diabetes Center, NYS Center of Excellence and Epilepsy Clinic. Upstate Medical University is the region’s largest employer with more than 11,000 employees.
Offering services to veterans in 13 counties, the Syracuse VA Medical Center runs seven outpatient clinics. Featuring an Acute Care Psychiatric Unit, a Community Living Center, a Spinal Cord Injury/Disorder Center, a Level II Polytrauma Center, an Amputee Center of Care, a new Compensation and Pension examination suite and Women’s Wellness Center, the VA is affiliated with SUNY Upstate Medical University.
With five health care centers and eight school sites, Syracuse Community Health Center treats more than 34,000 patients annually in and around Syracuse and Onondaga County. Services include: adult and family medicine, pediatrics, OB/GYN, eye care, dental, podiatry, mental health and addiction services and walk-in care.
WellNow Urgent Cares offer patients an alternative to emergency room visits and have nine locations in and around Syracuse with branches in Ithaca, Oswego, Rome and Watertown.
Among others healthcare facilities in and around the Central New York region:
Auburn Community Hospital www.auburnhospital.org
Canton-Potsdam Hospital www.cphospital.org
Carthage Area Hospital www.carthagehospital.com
Cayuga Medical Center www.cayugamed.org
Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center www.claxtonhepburn.org
Community Memorial Hospital www.communitymemorial.org
Crouse Health www.crouse.org
Faxton-St. Luke’s Healthcare http://mvhealthsystem.org
Gouverneur Hospital www.gvnrhospital.org
Guthrie Cortland Medical Center www.cortlandregional.org
Hutchings Psychiatric Center https://omh.ny.gov/omhweb/facilities/hupc
Lewis County General Hospital www.lcgh.net
Little Falls Hospital www.bassett.org/locations/little-fallshospital
Massena Memorial Hospital www.stlawrencehealthsystem.org
Oneida Health Hospital www.oneidahealth.org
Oswego Health www.oswegohealth.org
River Hospital www.riverhospital.org
Rome Memorial Hospital www.romehospital.org
Samaritan Medical Center www.samaritanhealth.com
St. Elizabeth Medical Center http://mvhealthsystem.org
St. Joseph’s Health www.sjhsyr.org
Syracuse Community Health Center www.schcny.com
Syracuse Orthopedic Specialists www.sosbones.com
Syracuse VA Medical Center www.syracuse.va.gov
Upstate University Hospital Downtown Campus: www.upstate.edu/hospital, www.upstate.edu/gch Upstate Community Hospital: www.upstate.edu/community
WellNow Urgent Care www.wellnow.com
–Centerstate CEO 2021 Community Guide