Tri-Town Regional Hospital (TRH) is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week as an emergency care facility serving the Tri-Town region, which includes the communities of Sidney, Unadilla and Bainbridge. TRH’s approach to service is based on relationships – providers’ relationships to patients and to the surrounding communities. 

Affiliated with Bassett Healthcare Network, TRH offers a physician-staffed emergency department with the ability to hold some patients for observation and treatment as necessary. Ancillary services of Clinical Laboratory and Radiology are available to the emergency department 24/7. Physicians at TRH also have the ability to interface with board certified neurologists in Cooperstown through telemedicine connections in order to provide for the rapid assessment and treatment of stroke patients.

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Tri-Town Regional Hospital is in the process of completing the 2016-2018 Community Service Plan (CSP) due by December 31, 2016 to New York State Department of Health. Once the updated CSP is complete, the report in its entirety will be posted on this website, shared with partnership/coalition members, and will also be available upon request by emailing public.relations@bassett.org.

 2015 Community Services Plan Summary Table

2013-2014 Community Services Plan Summary Table

2013 Comprehensive Three-Year Community Service Plan

Community Health Needs Assessment, 2013

43 Pearl Street West
Sidney, NY13838

(607) 563-7080(voice)

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