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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
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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 

     Slocum Dickson Medical Group 
    Prompt Walk-In Care 9 a.m.—3 p.m. Monday-Friday 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, job-related injuries & common illnesses

  • Rome Memorial Hospital restricts visitors due to increased flu activity
    In an effort to prevent the spread of the influenza virus, Rome Memorial Hospital has issued temporary age restrictions on visitors. Effective immediately, only healthy adults, 18 years and older, will be allowed to visit patients in the hospital and the Residential Health Care Facility. Hospital administrators also ask that anyone exhibiting flu-like symptoms or gastrointestinal illness to please not visit patients or residents.
    MRIs available for patients with pacemakers and Implanted Cardioverter Defibrillators

    Rome Memorial Hospital’s Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) team is now certified to perform MRIs on patients with magnetic resonance conditional Implanted Cardioverter Defibrillators (ICD).  Rome Memorial Hospital is the only facility in Rome or Oneida certified to perform MRIs on patients with these devices.

    Case Managers certified

    Christine Correia, RN, BSN, CCM, and Teresa Troia, RN, BA, CEN, have completed the training and education required to become Certified Case Managers (CCM).  

    Regional leader in protecting patients from complications
    For the fourth consecutive year, Rome Memorial Hospital has been recognized as a regional leader among hospitals for avoiding hospital acquired infections and other preventable complications. This reflects RMH’s commitment to patient safety and the highest level of quality care.
    Mohawk Valley Radiation Medicine marks anniversary
    “20 Years of Hope,” a celebration to mark Mohawk Valley Radiation Medicine’s 20th anniversary of providing cancer radiation treatment in Rome, was held Dec. 6 at The Beeches.
    Family of baby born prematurely one year ago returns to Rome Memorial Hospital to thank doctors and staff
    Heather Reynolds and Adam Cutler, of Rome, celebrated their daughter’s first birthday by bringing her to Rome Memorial Hospital. Thankfully it was not because little Phoenix was sick. The family visited for a chance to thank the doctors, nurses and staff who worked so hard to save their little girl one year ago, and to show them how well she was doing today.
    01/25/18 Free Blood Pressure Screening
    Stop in to the RMH Retail Pharmacy, located on the ground floor of the hospital, for a free blood pressure check from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Have your prescriptions filled while you are there. Most insurances are welcomed. For refills, please call 315-338-7690. The RMH Retail Pharmacy is open from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, closed from 2-230 p.m. for lunch. 
    02/05/18 Diabetes Education
    A free class for Type 2 diabetics and their families from 1-2 p.m.  Meet in the hospital lobby.  Learn how to measure blood sugar, tips to protect your feet and eyes, meal planning, exercise and more.  For more information, call 338-7143.
    02/07/18 Baby Care Basics
    New parents and parents-to-be can learn about caring for a newborn and other related topics by attending the Baby Care Basics program.  Class begins at 7 p.m. in the second floor classroom.