Crouse Health

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Crouse Hospital is a not-for-profit, acute-care hospital serving Central New York. The hospital, in operation since 1887, is licensed for 506 acute-care adult beds and 57 bassinets, and serves more than 24,000 inpatients, 65,000 emergency services patients, and more than 150,000 outpatients a year from a 16-county area in Central and Northern New York. Crouse is Central New York's largest provider of maternity care services, delivering more than 4,200 babies annually, and is the designated regional referral center for high-risk neonatal intensive care services. Other areas of specialty include comprehensive diagnostic and interventional cardiac care (CNY's only pediatric cardiac catheterization program is located at Crouse, and the hospital is a nationally accredited chest pain and heart failure center); internal medicine; surgical services (including the latest advancements in robotic surgery); orthopedics; stroke care (Crouse is a NYS-designated stroke center and the first 'Gold Plus' stroke hospital in Syracuse, as recognized by the American Heart/Stroke Association); oncology; and the region's only hospital-based chemical dependency treatment services for adolescents, adults and seniors. The hospital also operates the Crouse Hospital College of Nursing, providing critical nursing education to more than 280 students annually.



Main Contact

Kimberly Boynton


(315) 470-7511



736 Irving Ave.
Syracuse, NY 13210