• Welcome to Rome Memorial Hospital

    Rome Memorial Hospital is a non-profit health care system based in Rome, N.Y., providing services to patients throughout Central New York. From primary care to long-term care, Rome Memorial Hospital delivers quality, compassionate medical care for every stage of life.

  • Does Cancer Run in Your Family?
    Hereditary cancer occurs when a gene mutation is passed down in the family from parent to child. People with hereditary cancer are more likely to have relatives with the same type or other types of cancer. They may develop more than one cancer and their cancer often occurs at an earlier than average age.  
    RHCF Named a Best Nursing Home

    The Residential Health Care Facility is proud to be rated a Best Nursing Home by U.S. News & World Report for short-term rehab.  We’re one of only 19% of U.S. facilities to earn the “high performing” designation. 


    Living with Diabetes: Take Care of Your Feet(2)

    In recognition of Diabetes Awareness Month, Rome Memorial Hospital’s Regional Center for Wound Care offers tips to protect your feet from developing hard to heal wounds.

    2019 Twigs Tree of Lights Honors AmCare

    Join us for the Rome Twigs Tree of Lights 2019 reception and ceremony 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8 in the hospital lobby. AmCare Ambulance Service Inc. will be honored for the company’s many years of devoted service to the community and partnership with the hospital. Donations may be sent to Rome Memorial Hospital, Attention Tree of Lights, 1500 N. James St., Rome, NY 13440. Please make checks payable to Rome Twigs. 

    CEO Retires Nov. 1
    President/CEO David Lundquist retires Nov. 1 to spend more time with his family. His retirement comes at a time when the hospital is positioned for growth with the addition of several new specialists.
    After a long journey to recovery, patient is determined to avoid a second cancer diagnosis
    As a nurse of 14 years, Renae Pilok of Rome understands sickness all too well. So when she knew her body was trying to tell her something and she wasn’t feeling quite like herself, she took control of her healthcare and persisted until she got an answer.