Cobleskill Regional Hospital, affiliated with Bassett Healthcare Network, is a 40-bed not-for-profit hospital founded by the people of Schoharie County in 1956. Cobleskill Regional Hospital is Schoharie County's only provider of acute inpatient medical care, emergency care, short-stay inpatient rehabilitation, and many other diagnostic and therapeutic healthcare services. Cobleskill Regional Hospital offers a broad range of inpatient and outpatient services, including an emergency department staffed around-the-clock by highly qualified physicians, inpatient care for medical conditions, outpatient surgery, short-stay inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient rehabilitative services (including physical therapy), open MRI and state-of-the-art medical imaging, comprehensive laboratory services, a Sleep Disorder Center, and approximately 20 specialty services in areas such as cardiology, women’s health, orthopedics, and more. Cobleskill Regional Hospital has been affiliated with Bassett Healthcare Network since 1994.
Our new Emergency Department and all parking areas are now fully open. Please follow posted signage to avoid any unnecessary delays. Thank you.
Cobleskill Regional Hospital exists to serve the community by providing excellent health care in partnership with Bassett Healthcare Network.
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Cobleskill Regional Hospital, an affiliate of the Bassett Healthcare Network, has been reaccredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHO). The reaccreditation period is three years.
Hospitals have been evaluated by JCAHO for more than 60 years and today, accreditation by JCAHO is considered the gold standard in health care. Nationwide, over 20... read more
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