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  • Rome Memorial Hospital and St. Joseph’s Health are pleased to announce they have finalized an affiliation agreement entering into a collaborative relationship in pursuit of mutual goals to expand patient access to needed services in the community.  To learn more, click here.
  • Rome Memorial Hospital
    1500 N. James St.
    Rome, NY 13440
    315.338.7000
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  • Welcome to Rome Memorial Hospital

    With technology that rivals major medical centers and a team of skilled professionals, Rome Memorial Hospital delivers compassionate medical care for every stage of life. It’s a commitment that has spanned more than 130 years.

     Physicians Urgent Care at Griffiss now open 

    Prompt Walk-In Care 8 a.m. -  6 p.m. Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Saturdays.  No appointment necessary
    Griffiss Business & Technology Park, 
    91 Perimeter Road, Suite 120, Rome 315.356.7777 
     General Public Welcome for patients ages 2 & older
    Treatment for minor problems such as sprains, broken bones, cuts, backaches & common illnesses
     
     

  • Celebrating a fulfilling profession part of National Nurses Week
    National Nurses’ Week is celebrated each year to recognize a profession that centers on caring for others. When Teresa Bell, RN, BS, assistant vice president of clinical services at Rome Memorial Hospital, began her career in nursing more than 40 years ago, she knew she wanted to be in a career that would help make a difference in people’s lives.
    Community Recovery Center offers Family Support Group
    Families who are dealing with the problems of addiction can find help and information at a support group meeting from 6-7 p.m., Monday, May 20, in the second floor classroom at Rome Memorial Hospital. The group meets the third Monday of each month and is free and open to everyone.
    SUNY Poly and Rome Memorial Hospital Announce Agreement to Offer Nurses Baccalaureate and Master's Degrees to Meet State's New Educational Standards
    SUNY Polytechnic Institute (SUNY Poly) and Rome Memorial Hospital Thursday held a ceremony at the hospital to announce an agreement that provides its nurses with convenient access to SUNY Poly's baccalaureate and master's-level nursing programs to meet New York State's increased standards for nurses while providing a new deferred tuition option for nurses who meet certain requirements.
    Give it a Whirl group meets in May

    A support group will be held Mondays during the month of May for anyone coping with health and wellness challenges, including individuals looking for a temporary rest from being a caregiver. The gathering is offered through the collaboration of the Center for Family Life and Recovery and Rome Memorial Hospital Radiation Medicine. 

    “Give it a Whirl” for Wellness is a creative way to socialize, help and be helped by others with similar conditions or circumstances. The drop-in group is an opportunity for people learning to cope with health and wellness challenges, whether it is quitting smoking for good, overcoming illness or treatments, or facing life changes, to meet with others in similar situations. More than a support group, it gives Individuals, family and friends an opportunity to come together in a welcoming, comfortable, and inspiring way. 
    The free meetings, centered around a creative activity led by the Center for Family Life and Recovery, are held Mondays at Rome Memorial Hospital Radiation Medicine, 107 E. Chestnut St., Rome. 
    All meetings will be held from 1-2 p.m:

    Smoking Cessation Course starts May 9(2)

    Are you ready to take the first step to stop smoking? Rome Memorial Hospital is ready to give you the support you need to break the addiction. 

    Starting Thursday, May 9, the hospital will begin a free three-week series of smoking cessation classes. Register now and you can earn a $20 grocery gift card when you complete the program.

    Rome Memorial Hospital names director of Relationship Based Care
    Amy Carissimo-Harris, RN, BS, has been named director of Relationship Based Care at Rome Memorial Hospital, announced David Lundquist, president/chief executive officer. 
    Carissimo-Harris has spent 20 of her 25 years of nursing experience at Rome Memorial Hospital including 15 in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and the past four as director of Infection Prevention.