Arnot Health is an integrated healthcare system providing diagnostic, ambulatory, secondary and tertiary acute care, as well as rehabilitative and wellness services to residents of the Southern Tier of New York and Northern Tier of Pennsylvania (aka the Twin Tiers). The three-hospital regional healthcare system consists of Arnot Ogden Medical Center and St. Joseph’s Hospital in Elmira, and Ira Davenport Memorial Hospital in Bath NY. An independent, not-for-profit organization, Arnot Health has a total of 809 licensed beds, including 493 acute care, 231 long term care, 40 physical medicine rehabilitation, 25 psychiatric, and 20 substance abuse rehabilitation. The system currently has more than 300 physicians from over specialties. Beginning in 2012, Arnot Health will serve as a clinical campus for medical students from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. Residency and Fellowship training programs will follow in 2013.
Arnot Medical Services (AMS) is a 170+ provider multi-specialty medical practice operating 20 primary care practices and 35 specialty care practices that are conveniently located throughout the Twin Tiers. All are integrated through a robust EMR program that communicates with all offices and hospitals in the system. The group is organized as a NYS professional corporation and strategically led by an advisory board representing primary and specialty care providers throughout the system. In pursuit of clinical excellence, AMS participates in a formal patient satisfaction program. Recent results have placed overall patient satisfaction above the 90th percentile of medical practices in the United States!
Lifestyle Amenities in the Twin Tiers
The Southern Finger Lakes and Pennsylvania Grand Canyon and the cities and suburbs of Elmira and Corning offer a truly exceptional life style. Excellent schools, convenient shopping, low crime rates, and high air and water quality combine to foster a superior environment with very affordable housing. The region is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts offering an abundance of activities in all seasons.