Ira Davenport Memorial Hospital is a general medical and surgical hospital in Bath, NY, with 132 beds. Survey data for the latest year available shows that 15,474 patients visited the hospital's emergency room. The hospital had a total of 945 admissions. Its physicians performed 1,051 inpatient and 2,577 outpatient surgeries.
Bath has all the charm you'd expect in a small town, with its historic buildings and quaint town square where people still gather for events and celebrations. Unlike most other small towns, however, you'll find a wide range of unique attractions and interesting events.
Folks in Bath have been growing, harvesting and enjoying locally grown food as long as they can remember. Visitors can enjoy the bounty of fresh farm-to-table foods at the Bath Farmers' Market and other farm stands, or in one of the Finger Lakes restaurants across the region. Spend some time at the Bath National Cemetery and Historical Museum for a journey to the past. Become spellbound by gorgeous stained glass windows and a church sanctuary designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany. Savor "world famous" sticky buns or some decadent "cow pies" at popular local eateries. Watch hundreds of thousands of fish at the NYS Fish Hatchery. In Bath, NY, the opportunities are endless.
The Village of Bath
Bath is a village in Steuben County, New York, United States. The population was 5,641 at the 2000 census. Bath is the county seat of Steuben County. The community was named either for the English city or for Lady Bath, daughter of William Pulteney, one of the original landowners.
History & Geography
The village was founded in 1793. The village was originally incorporated in 1816 but was not organized until 1836.
Bath is located at 42°20’15″N 77°19’0″W (42.33765, -77.316876)
According to the United States Census Bureau, the village has a total area of 2.9 square miles (7.5 km²).None of the areas is covered with water.
The village is adjacent to Interstate 86, a few miles east of the split with Interstate 390. New York State Route 54 intersects New York State Route 415 in the village. County Roads 10 and 13 also lead into Bath