ABOUT THE FACILITY
St. Joseph's Physicians is an affiliate of St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center. As the leading comprehensive medical practice in Central New York, St. Joseph's Physicians is evolving as a role model for excellence in primary care delivery across the region.
St. Joseph's Physicians consists of seamlessly integrated practice areas and complementary ancillary services with convenient locations across Central New York. As our practices grow, we remain committed our mission where patients can access advanced health care services and the expertise of specialists right in their own neighborhoods and communities.
Committed to advancing the "medical home," St. Joseph's Physicians is an NCQA certified Patient Centered Medical Home. Our integrated approach links the physician with the St. Joseph's system of services to ensure that our patients receive the highest quality of medical care—all under one system. The "broader system" is the full spectrum of care from the primary physician's office, to the specialist's office, to the hospital and its associated services.
We have always viewed the delivery of quality, accessible healthcare to be our mission. With more than 70 providers and mid-level practitioners and over 600 employees dedicated to the delivery of quality, accessible healthcare to Syracuse-area residents. On a typical day, St. Joseph's Physicians sees approximately 1,200 patients. Most of these patients will be able to address many of their medical needs without ever leaving our offices.
St. Joseph’s Health is a non-profit regional health care system based in Syracuse, NY, providing services to patients throughout Central New York and northern Pennsylvania. From primary to specialty to home care, to our Magnet-recognized hospital, and in collaboration with our community partners, St. Joseph’s is advancing the health of the communities we serve through an expanding range of services to ensure our patients achieve optimum health. Ranked by Consumer Reports among the top 15 heart surgery centers in the country, U.S. News “Best Regional Hospital” and a 15-time winner of the National Research Corporation Consumer Choice award, St. Joseph’s is widely recognized for quality, value and delivering the highest patient satisfaction.
St. Joseph's Health is affiliated with St. Joseph's Physicians and .is part of Trinity Health one of the largest Catholic health care organizations in the United States. Trinity Health is based in Livonia, Michigan, a Catholic national health care system located in Livonia, Michigan.
Syracuse, New York is located in the center of New York State.
Education, Convenience and Housing are the major benefits of life in Syracuse. Several top rated public educational schools in places like Fayetteville Manlius and Jamesville Dewitt are under 20 minutes away. When you would like to get away for the weekend, an easy drive four hours or so will have you in New York City or Toronto, Canada. Syracuse is also a short trip to the Finger Lake Wineries. What sets the Syracuse real estate market apart from most other major cities in New York State is its level of affordability.
St Joseph’s Health is less than 10 minutes away from the Syracuse Hancock International Airport. Syracuse's top employers are primarily in higher education, research, health care, and services; some high-tech manufacturing remains. University Hill is Syracuse's fastest growing neighborhood, fueled by expansions by Syracuse University and Upstate Medical University (a division of the State University of New York), as well as dozens of small medical office complexes.
The City of Syracuse maintains over 170 parks, fields, and recreation areas, totaling over 1,000 acres (4.0 km2). Burnet Park includes the first public golf course in the United States (1901) and Rosamond Gifford Zoo. Other major parks include Thornden Park, Schiller Park, Sunnycrest Park, Onondaga Park and Kirk Park. There are 12 public pools, two public ice rinks, and two public nine-hole golf courses in the city.
Right outside the city proper, along the east side and north end of Onondaga Lake, is Onondaga Lake Park. The adjacent Onondaga Lake Parkway is closed to vehicular traffic several hours on Sundays during the summer months, so it can be used for walking, running, biking, and rollerblading. During the holiday season, the park hosts Lights on the Lake, a two-mile (3.2 km) drive-through light show.