At Guthrie Cortland Medical Center, we encourage respect for the personal preferences and values of each individual. If you have any questions or concerns from your visit that you would like to discuss, please call our Risk Management Department at (607) 756-3507 or (607) 756-3500.
The gastroenterologists at Guthrie Cortland Medical Center are board-certified with advanced medical training in the diagnosis and treatment of a broad spectrum of gastrointestinal disorders. To qualify for home care services, patients must have a physician, meet the definition of homebound and have the need for short-term, skilled health services.
A second outpatient laboratory is conveniently located in our family medicine office at 4077 West Road. The birth of your baby is one of life's most memorable experiences. Guthrie Cortland Medical Center is your best choice for obstetrical and maternity care, and our experience proves it.
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If you do not have health insurance or worry that you may not be able to pay for part or all of your care, we may be able to help. Guthrie provides financial aid to patients based on their income, assets, and financial needs. Learn more.
If you are in need of a private area for prayer, silence, or reflection, please visit our interfaith chapel. The chapel is located on the first floor near the Admitting/Registration reception area. Open between 5:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m., it is a place that welcomes and offers solace to people of all faiths.
We consider you a partner in your hospital care. When you are well informed, participate in treatment decisions, and communicate openly with your doctor and other health professionals, you help make your care as effective as possible.
Visit our Event Calendar to view listings for upcoming support groups and seminars.
Sign language, oral interpreters and other auxiliary aids and services necessary for effective communication are available free of charge upon request to people who are deaf or hard of hearing. Translators for those who do not speak English are also available upon request.
As a patient of Guthrie Cortland Medical, we want you to have the information you need to manage your care. Our goal is to educate our patients, families, and caregivers to promote overall wellness and recovery during your stay with us and at home.
Guthrie Cortland Medical Center offers AACVPR Certified Cardiac Rehabilitation services including exercise, nutrition and stress management support. Our patients are accepted on a rolling admission, and are cardiac monitored throughout the program, with written reports to their provider. We can help you recover from cardiac events or heart procedures.
Guthrie Cortland’s Outpatient Rehabilitation department provides a wide range of physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language therapy, and other specialty services for patients of all ages. Our team of skilled clinicians and therapists will work with you to identify your needs and develop a plan to meet your goals for living an active, healthy life.
Guthrie Cortland’s Respiratory Care team is responsible for all invasive and non-invasive mechanical ventilation as well as treatment of outpatient respiratory conditions such as asthma and COPD. We also offer cancer and asthma screenings, home oxygen qualifications, and smoking cessation support.
Guthrie Cortland’s medical-surgical units (2 South and 3 South) and the intensive care unit (ICU) are where patients come to heal and to receive higher-level, inpatient treatments. All rooms feature state-of-the-art monitoring systems and are staffed by an interdisciplinary team of dedicated providers who are focused on helping you get you well.
You and your primary care provider (PCP) are partners, with a common goal of keeping you healthy. Your PCP understands your medical history and any chronic conditions you are dealing with. They know when it is time to start screenings, such as mammograms or colonoscopies, and when you should receive vaccinations.
Call 607-756-3610. Prescription Drug Disposal. Prescription drugs that are no longer needed can be dropped off at the drug disposal kiosk at Guthrie Cortland Medical Center Emergency Department, open 24 hours a day, Monday-Sunday.
Stomach pain issues with the digestive tract can affect your daily life. The gastroenterologists at Guthrie Cortland Medical Center are board-certified with advanced medical training in the diagnosis and treatment of a broad spectrum of gastrointestinal disorders.