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Glens Falls Hospital

100 Park St.
Glens Falls , NY 12801
Main Contact: Sandra J. DiNoto
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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.

Founded in 1897, Glens Falls Hospital is a 410-bed, not-for-profit, community hospital.

More than 225 affiliated physicians, board certified in more than 25 specialties, are available at the hospital's main campus at 100 Park Street in Glens Falls and through its 29 regional facilities, including health centers in Cambridge, Corinth, Granville, Greenwich, Hoosick Falls, Salem, Whitehall and Wilton.

Services include:

  • Inpatient and outpatient services
  • Emergency care/Urgent Care
  • Behavioral Health
  • Cancer care at nationally-accredited C.R. Wood Cancer Center
  • Cardiovascular Services
  • Infusion Center
  • Medicine
  • Nutrition Center
  • Surgery
  • Obstetrics
  • Occupational Health
  • Physical and occupational rehabilitation
  • Community outreach programs and services
  • Renal Dialysis
  • Sleep Disorders Lab
  • Wound Care

Glens Falls Hospital operates a number of facilities in the greater Saratoga Springs region, including:

A Woman's View
6 Carpenter Lane
Saratoga Springs, NY

Evergreen Health Center
13 Palmer Avenue
Corinth, NY

Greenwich Regional Medical Center
1134 State Route 29
Greenwich, NY

The Medical Center at Wilton
135 North Road
Wilton, NY

Saratoga Endocrinology
135 North Road
Wilton, NY

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I am an older female. While in the ER, I was heavily sedated and not fully conscious of my actions. I tried to get off the gurney.I was brutally assaulted by a hospital security guard for doing so. I was subjected to taunting and vicious remarks while the beating took place. I was left with a black eye, injured wrist and bruises. I made complaints to the appropriate parties. I was informed that the only punishment would involve being sent for "retraining". This hospital violated my patient and human rights and basically gave the security guard a slap on the wrist and in doing so, condoned his behavior when he should have been immediately terminated. How many other victims will there be.
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