Geneva General Hospital
Geneva General Hospital (GGH), founded in 1898, is a 132-bed general acute care hospital providing both primary care and a full range of secondary level services. Geneva General Hospital operates a 14-bed intensive care unit and telemetry unit as well as pediatric beds.
A full range of Diagnostics are available at GGH including spiral CT scanning, nuclear medicine, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), cardiovascular diagnostics and complete gastroenterology service.
Geneva General Hospital's 13-station outpatient Dialysis Center and inpatient acute treatment center services residents from a four-county area in the Finger Lakes. The hospital also operates a regional Acute Physical Rehabilitation Center, an in-patient, 15-bed unit located next to the Garnsey Rehabilitation Center. Comprehensive physical rehabilitation services are provided for patients with rehabilitation diagnoses following a life changing event such as stroke or significant orthopaedic fracture.
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Address: 196 North Street, Geneva, NY 14456 Phone: (315) 787-4000
Inpatient Units at Geneva General Hospital:
Intensive Care Unit (ICU):
The Olaf and Elaine Leiberg ICU provides adult critical care to those who require expert intensive monitoring and care. Our state-of-the-art ICU features 14 beds and a critical care team who strive to provide the best hospital intensive care.
2 West is a 26 bed medical surgical telemetry care unit, and stroke unit. The telemetry care unit is designed to carefully monitor and treat patients who require specialized cardiac care. The highly trained staff on 2 West provide expert care for patients suffering from a wide variety of medical conditions, especially stroke. It is located on the 2nd floor, all private rooms with spacious area and televisions within the room for family use.
3 North is a 20 bed medical surgical unit. The expert staff specializes in surgical, pediatric, and orthopedic patient care. It is located on the 3rd floor, all private rooms with spacious area and televisions within the room for family use.
Acute Rehabilitation Unit
Joint Center of the Finger Lakes