Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital
Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital, named to honor and memorialize residents who served in World War I has been located on the northern edge of the village since 1924. Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital operates a 25-bed general acute care hospital, that includes a medical-telemetry unit and an additional 10-bed in-patient psychiatric unit. Soldiers & Sailors also offers a Swing Bed Program.
The Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital in-patient behavioral health unit addresses each patient's unique needs and differing life situation using a multidisciplinary treatment team approach. The inpatient unit consists of quiet areas for individual and group therapy sessions, lounge areas, recreational activity room, dining area, laundry facilities, and kitchen area.
The Swing Bed Program located on First Acute is utilized to provide patients with care following an acute care hospitalization, when the patient needs more time to recover.
Address: 418 North Main Street, Penn Yan, NY 14527 Phone: (315) 531-2000
Units at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital:
• The 25 bed medical telemetry care unit specializes in general acute care and cardiac monitoring. 1st acute also provides care following an acute hospitalization by using the Swing Bed Program. Click here to learn more: Swing Bed Program
Inpatient Mental Health:
• Our expert team of mental health professionals addresses each patient's unique needs and differing life situation using a multidisciplinary treatment team approach.
• The 10 bed Inpatient Behavioral Health Unit provides a safe and professional setting to assist patients in managing their acute psychiatric needs. A multidisciplinary treatment team approach, including access to psychiatrists, psychiatric nurses, a social worker, and counselors is provided to assist patients in their stabilization, treatment, and discharge planning.
• The unit consists of quiet areas for individual, family, and group therapy sessions, communal dining areas, and therapeutic activities. Patients are given an active role in their treatment and discharge planning. Meetings with members of the treatment team help to assure that safe and reasonable plans are in place to offer patients continued success following discharge from the hospital.