Founded in 1956, Cobleskill Regional Hospital is a 25-bed acute inpatient, not-for-profit hospital accredited by The Joint Commission. Cobleskill Regional Hospital provides inpatient care for general medical conditions, an inpatient short-term rehabilitation unit, and more than 20 outpatient specialty services.
In 1994, the Community Hospital of Schoharie County became affiliated with Bassett Healthcare Network, and took the name Bassett Hospital of Schoharie County. This partnership opened the door for a more collaborative approach to healthcare delivery for residents of the Schoharie County region. In 2007, the name changed to Cobleskill Regional Hospital, affiliated with Bassett Healthcare Network, to better reflect the hospital's community-based identity and regional presence.
Cobleskill Regional Hospital has made keeping up with changing medical technology a top priority. In 2014 - 2015, major enhancements were made to the Hospital's Emergency Department which resulted in an expanded number of treatment rooms. Medical Imaging technologies continue to be a primary focus with the addition of a low-dose, 64-slice CT scanner made possible in part by a federal appropriation secured by Congressman Paul Tonko and awarded through a U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration HCOF grant.
Today, Cobleskill Regional Hospital is a success story - a hospital that serves the people of Schoharie County and surrounding region with the best that modern medicine has to offer, combined with the personal care and community values that come with more than 55 years of community service.
- Audiology & Hearing Aid Services
- Digestive Disease (GI)
- Endocrinology (Diabetes Care)
- General Surgery
- Ambulatory/Outpatient Surgery
- Otolaryngology (ENT)
- Physiatry/Pain Management
- Plastic Surgery
- Sleep Lab Studies
- OB-GYN & Women’s Health