Saratoga Hospital

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Saratoga Hospital is your local choice for healthcare. We combine the latest technology with the personal, supportive approach that is the hallmark of exceptional care.

With more than 512 physicians and other medical professionals on staff, Saratoga Hospital offers care in a broad range of medical specialties. For more than a century, we have been the Saratoga region’s hospital. We also are the region’s leading provider of outpatient services, from urgent and primary care to state-of-the-art imaging, pain management, diabetes care, rehabilitation, and more.

No matter where or why you turn to us, our goal is to provide you with the highest quality care—and to deliver it with the respect and compassion you deserve.

Saratoga Hospital: Growing To Meet Community Need

Saratoga Hospital is a thriving 171-bed community hospital. The hospital has a reputation for quality and has a strong regional presence. The hospital received the highest rating on the last Joint Commission survey.

Saratoga Hospital has once again attained Magnet® recognition for nursing excellence from the American Nurses Credentialing Center—the highest honor an organization can receive for professional nursing practice.

The hospital is experiencing overall growth to meet the needs of the community. Since 2000, major construction projects include the Whitney-Hendrickson CardioVascular Center offering cardiac catheterizations and interventions as well as peripheral vascular angiography and intervertions, the Saratoga Surgery Center, The Mollie Wilmot Radiation Oncology Center, addition of a 30,000 square foot state-of-the-art emergency department, orthopedic unit and Malta Med Emergent Care, a joint venture with Albany Medical Center. Our $34 million construction project is almost complete. The new 19-bed state-of-the-art The Marylou Whitney and Desmond DelGiacco, MD, Intensive Care Unit opened in 2015. Ten new operating rooms are now open, supporting minimally invasive surgery, along with a new pre-op suite and PACU. 

Hospital services include diagnostic imaging services with CT, MRI, ultrasound, x-ray; full service laboratory; The Diagnostic Center (cardiology, vascular and neurological testing); respiratory care; Cardiovascular Suite, The Regional Therapy Center Annex (PT, OT and speech therapies), the Mollie Wilmot Radiation Oncology unit; and pharmaceutical services. The acute care division includes five medical surgical units in addition to the ICCU; D-1 ( 43-bed telemetry and hemodialysis), A-1 (overflow unit with private rooms); A-3 (43 bed adult and pediatrics), C-3 (20-bed medical surgical unit), and D-3 (20-bed orthopedic & bariatric surgery unit with private rooms); 16-bed inpatient mental health unit, and a 12-bed women’s health and birthing center.   

Reaching Out

Wilton Medical Arts, located three miles from the hospital, offers medical imaging: (1.5 tesla wide bore MRI; CT, PET/CT; complete breast health center with breast MRI and on-site biopsies; DEXA, ultrasound, and x-ray); Laboratory, Urgent Care, and the Saratoga Hospital Center for Breast Health. One of five Regional Therapy Centers(RTC) is located just a quarter mile from this site. The RTC offers PT, OT, athletic training, performing artist rehab; women's rehab. Saratoga Family Physicians is located at the far end of the building. The hospital also offers primary care at eight other locations around the region: Saratoga Springs, Scotia Glenville, Schuylerville, Galway, Malta and Milton. The Saratoga Community Health Center offers primary care, mental health and dental services in the heart of Saratoga, serving the underserved.

Saratoga Surgery Center is located on the Wilton campus and offers ambulatory surgery with five operating rooms, two GI suites and a minor surgery room. Hospital-employed physician practices located here include: endocrinology, otolaryngology, pain management and primary care. We also offer medical nutrition therapy adjacent to the endocrinology practice.

The Regional Therapy Center offers services in a variety of settings. Washington Street is located just blocks from the hospital nearby building where PT, OT, Speech therapies are offered along with specialty services including: aquatic PT, hand therapy, and vestibular rehabilitation, are offered. 6 Care Lane offers PT, OT, cardio-pulmonary rehab. Malta offers PT and OT. Milton offers PT.

In collaboration with Albany Medical Center, Malta Med Emergent Care, located on Saratoga Hospital's 140 acre southern medical campus, offers 24-hour emergent care staffed by board certified emergency physicians, with advanced imaging (MRI, CT, US and x-ray) and laboratory services on the first floor and on the second floor medical offices, specialty services, an additional imaging suite offering mammography and DEXA, and infusion center. The medical park is located close to Luther Forest Technology Campus where the GLOBALFOUNDRIES site is under construction. The $ 4.2 billion chip factory that manufactures computer chips from silicon wafers which has brought hundreds of families to the region with expansion planned for 2017.

About Our Community

Located a half hour from Albany, less than three hours from NYC, Montreal and Boston, Saratoga Springs is a family-centered community offering lovely neighborhoods, and a lively downtown with fine restaurants and specialty shops.

This small city is known for world-class entertainment including thoroughbred horse racing, polo, and the Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC), which is the summer home of the New York City Ballet and the Philadelphia Orchestra. The center hosts internationally known jazz, pop, rock and country musicians and is located in the Saratoga Spa State Park. The park's attractions include The Spa Little Theater, the Saratoga Auto Museum, National Museum of Dance and Hall of Fame, Lincoln Mineral Baths and Spa, and the Gideon Putnam Resort & Spa, Victoria and Peerless pools. The park offers a number of options for outdoor fun. Consider cycling, golf, tennis, running, walking, fishing, swimming, snowshoeing, ice skating and x-country skiing. A local recreation and athletics commission provides children with an array of activities. Private clubs are also available for youth and adults, with two notable offerings, the Saratoga Rowing Association and the Saratoga Winter Club, a speedskating club that has turned out a number of Olympic athletes. The city is noted throughout the travel industry as a top tourist destination. A few local favorite places to visit include the Saratoga Farmer's Market, Spa City Farmer's Market, Congress Park with its historic wooden Carousel, Beekman Street Arts District and the Tang Museum of Skidmore College. Saratoga was voted the inaugural recipient of the Great American Place award by American Heritage Magazine and selected as one of Sports Illustrated’s Top 10 Sports Venues in the World. Saratoga Springs is the home of native-bred Funny Cide, winner of the 2003 Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes.

The Adirondacks, Green Mountains of Vermont, The Berkshires of Massachusetts and regional parks beckon outdoor enthusiasts for year-round recreation, including skiing, hiking, climbing, camping and more. Water sports draw many to nearby lakes and rivers. Golf lovers will find many offerings from public to private courses in and around Saratoga Springs.

Educational opportunities abound in the Capital - Saratoga and North Country Regions with excellent public school systems. Local colleges and universities include: Skidmore College, Empire State College, both located in Saratoga Springs, and nearby Albany Medical College, Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Albany Law School, Adirondack Community College, Excelsior College, Hudson Valley Community College, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), Schenectady County Community College, Siena College, St. Rose College, The Sage Colleges, Union College and University at Albany.

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