About the Organization
Glens Falls Hospital is the sole, comprehensive acute care community hospital serving 300,000 people across a 3,000 square mile region of northeastern New York. We are the largest medical facility between the state capital of Albany and Montreal. Our not-for-profit facility combines advanced medical technology with compassionate hometown care. More than 550 affiliated Physicians and Advanced Practice Providers offer an exceptionally wide range of primary care, specialty and subspecialty services far beyond that of most community hospitals of its size. A $65 million expansion and modernization project with 6-story patient care tower that includes state of the art facilities for the Medical/Surgical, Critical Care (CCU, ICU, PCU), Cardiac Catheterization, Interventional Radiology, and Inpatient Oncology units. Nestled in the Adirondacks in upstate New York, Glens Falls Hospital is situated about an hour north of Albany and 3 hours from NYC, Boston or Montreal. Located near Saratoga, Lake George, and the Adirondack mountains, the area serves as a popular vacation destination for year-round sports/recreation. Skiing, boating, hiking and other outdoor activities are all easily accessible.
About the Community
Glens Falls is located in Warren County and just a short drive away from Saratoga Springs, the Adirondack Mountains, Lake George and Lake Champlain. The region provides family-friendly communities with quality affordable housing and excellent public and private schools. Area cultural opportunities are limitless and include live music, professional and local theater, unique dining experiences and a variety of annual festivals catering to every interest. Hiking, camping, boating, skiing, and golfing are among the many outdoor activities enjoyed in the Adirondacks and NYC, Boston, and Montreal are popular day trips for residents.
Our Mission is to improve the health of people in our region by providing access to exceptional, affordable, and patient-centered care every day and in every setting.
Our Fundamental Values C.A.R.E.S.
Simply put, for more than 120 years, Glens Falls Hospital has served the region with high quality care in a community hospital setting. We are proud of our legacy and team members who work each day to fulfill our mission and care for their friends and neighbors. Our patients include individuals and families from the immediate Glens Falls area to those living in smaller, geographically remote communities tucked away in our most rural areas. We also provide care for many of our downstate, New York City, and out of state visitors that come to our region to vacation and enjoy the six-million-acre Adirondack Park.
Glens Falls Hospital maintains a service area that spans 6,000 square miles, across 5 diverse counties of Warren, Washington, northern Saratoga, Essex, and Hamilton counties. In addition to our main hospital campus, we operate 20 regional health care facilities, including medical centers in the communities of Cambridge, Corinth, Granville, Greenwich, Salem, Whitehall, Hudson Falls, and Wilton.
Recognizing the hospitals importance to the well-being of this broad population, the hospitals volunteer Board of Governors and our administrative and medical staffs have worked diligently over the years to recruit outstanding physicians and provide local people with a broad scope of services and expertise that would otherwise not be available without traveling to more distant cities.
We embrace our responsibility to elevate the health of our community. We have established a diverse array of community outreach programs, bringing our expertise and services to people in outlying portions of our service area. These outreach programs are especially important for low-income individuals and families who may otherwise fail to seek out healthcare due to financial or transportation concerns. We take our role as a primary provider of high-quality care for our friends, families and neighbors very seriously, and we are proud to be such an integral part of the continued success of the Glens Falls community and surrounding region.
On July 1, 20