Central New York Living


Bassett Healthcare Network extends across eight counties in scenic central New York. One of the largest rural health care systems in the country, Bassett’s diverse clinical services span 5,600 square miles, providing vast populations of people access to specialized care and hospital medicine, including many isolated agricultural communities.

Central New York’s rich history and beauty offer something for everyone. From wholesome farm towns, to iconic villages like Cooperstown, to prestigious university hamlets like Clinton and Hamilton, to metropolitan centers like Utica and Albany, to turn-of-the-century historic railroad hubs like Richfield Springs, to quiet cultural meccas like Oneonta, to artsy Catskill Mountain gems like Delhi, Bassett Healthcare Network’s service area is uniquely expansive.

Explore Bassett Healthcare Network’s locations. Discover central New York.

No matter where you are in central New York, excellence in health care is never far away. Learn about Bassett’s campuses and become acquainted with what each area has to offer.

Bassett Medical Center in Iconic Cooperstown


The site of The Farmers' Museum has deep roots in New York State's rural past. The land has been part of a working farm since 1813, when it was owned by James Fenimore Cooper. Judge Samuel Nelson, whose office is part of The Farmers' Museum Village, bought the farm in 1829 and raised sheep. Fenimore Farm, as it came to be known, changed hands again in the 1870s, when it was acquired by the Clark family.  Visit Site


Preserving. Engaging. Educating. Fenimore Art Museum is dedicated to welcoming and connecting people to our shared cultural heritage through exhibitions and programs that provoke, delight, and inspire.  Visit Site


One of the premier features of The Otesaga is its 72 par Leatherstocking Golf Course. Designed in 1909 by Devereux Emmet, it is considered by many to be one of the East's most scenic and challenging resort golf courses - voted 55th Best Golf Resort in the U.S. by readers of Condé Nast Traveler magazine. Visit Site


The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum is an independent, non-profit educational institution dedicated to fostering an appreciation of the historical development of baseball and its impact on our culture by collecting, preserving, exhibiting and interpreting its collections for a global audience as well as honoring those who have made outstanding contributions to our national pastime. Visit Site


Historic, water-powered cider mill on the banks of Fly Creek pressing fresh, sweet cider for 153 years, minutes from Cooperstown, NY, home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame. Experience the Mill Marketplace's daily tasting of more than 40 specialty foods including fresh mill~made fudge, cave~aged cheddar cheese, salsa, apple wines and hard ciders. Tour the Mill and relax on the Mill pond observation deck with a farm-fresh lunch from the restaurant and bakery, including ice cream delights and the famous cider float. Visit Site


Brewery Ommegang - Open for tours seven days a week except for select holidays. From the end of May until early September, visit us from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.Visit Site


Glimmerglass Festival - Glimmerglass is a professional non-profit summer opera company dedicated to producing new productions each season. Visit Site

Red Shed Brewing is a craft farm brewery dedicated to making fresh, hand-crafted ales using native upstate New York hops and grains. Red Shed beers feature the best of locally-grown hops and ingredients. The recipes they develop are designed to bring out the best of the region. Visit their location near Cooperstown year-round and enjoy a full menu and beer garden. Guests of all ages are welcome – plus they’re dog friendly!

A.O. Fox Hospital in Culture-Filled Oneonta

Cobleskill Regional Hospital in the Farmlands of Schoharie County

O’Connor Hospital in the Art-Centered Catskill Mountains

Little Falls Hospital in the Charming Mohawk River Valley