Rome Health

1500 N. James Street -Rome 13440

Recruiting in these states
New York
Recruiting for these specialties
Family Medicine, Gastroenterology, Obstetrics and Gynecology

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About the Organization

General Introduction
Rome Health is a progressive, 224 bed not-for-profit hospital with a patient draw area of over 83,000 that includes Rome and it's surrounding communities. The Hospital was founded in 1883 and employs over 1000 people and is affiliated with St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center in Syracuse, NY. Our hospital has 144 certified acute care beds and an 80-bed skilled nursing facility. We provide general medical/surgical, pediatric, intensive care, obstetric, long-term care, physical rehabilitation, and senior behavioral healthcare, as well as a full array of outpatient services.

We recognize that quality of care and patient satisfaction are the ultimate bottom line.


We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.

Culture & Recreation
Our small city is located at the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains with four seasons recreational activites. We are centrally located in New York State, and therefore are not far from the excitement of the Northeast's major cities. An afternoon's drive will allow you to enjoy New York City, Boston, Toronto, Montreal, Philadelphia and more. Rome is serviced by Amtrak and is less than 1 hour away from Syracuse International Airport.

Housing & Schools
Rome offers affordable living, a safe and family oriented community. We have exceptional schools, including a state-of-the-art high school. Several colleges and renowned universities are nearby as well.

About the Community

Hiring for the Following Vacancies

Family Medicine

Primary Care Physician

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Last Updated: 6/05/23  |   Posted: 6/24/20



New York Rome Health

Last Updated: 6/05/23  |   Posted: 3/27/23

Obstetrics and Gynecology


Rome, New York Rome Health

Last Updated: 6/05/23  |   Posted: 6/05/23

Obstetrics and Gynecology


Rome, New York Rome Health

Last Updated: 6/05/23  |   Posted: 6/05/23