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Glens Falls Hospital is the largest hospital between Albany, NY, and Montreal, Canada, and the comprehensive health care system for New York's Warren, Washington, northern Saratoga, Essex, Hamilton and northern Rensselaer counties. In addition to our main acute care hospital campus, we operate 29 regional health care facilities, including health centers in the communities of Cambridge, Corinth, Granville, Greenwich, Hoosick Falls, Salem, Whitehall and Wilton.
Simply put, our not-for-profit hospital provides a health care safety net for individuals and families from the immediate Glens Falls area to smaller, geographically remote communities tucked away in the heart of the six-million-acre Adirondack Park.
Recognizing the Hospital's importance to the wellbeing of this broad, far-flung population, the Hospital's 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 have more than 225 affiliated physicians, ranging from primary care practitioners to surgical subspecialists. Our physicians are board-certified in more than 25 specialties.
We have also 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 health care due to financial or transportation concerns. Our objective is to prevent health care problems and detect existing conditions earlier, keeping local people healthier and reducing future medical costs.
As a not-for-profit, community hospital, Glens Falls Hospital has three important obligations: