Contact O'Connor Hospital

Main Switchboard

(607) 746-0300

Emergency & Trauma Services Department

(607) 746-0300

Patient Information

(607) 746-0412

O'Connor Hospital Specialty Clinics

(607) 746-0525

Primary Care

(607) 746-0550

Administration Office

(607) 746-0300

Business Office

Financial Assistance: Community Service Plan
(607) 746-0320

Dental Department

(607) 746-0540

Dietary Department

(607) 746-0341

Eye Wear Center

(607) 746-0574

Fund Development

(607) 746-0331

Human Resources

(607) 746-0328
(607) 746-0357

Infection Control / Employee Health

(607) 746-0334

Inpatient Services Department

(607) 746-0412

Outpatient Services

(607) 746-0354

Medical Records Department

(607) 746-0310

Nursing Department

(607) 746-0417

Occupational Health

(607) 746-0525

Pharmacy Department

(607) 746-0364

Quality / Risk Management Department & Patient Advocate

(607) 746-0335

Radiology Department

(607) 746-0375

Rehabilitation Department

Occupational Therapy
Outpatient Services
Physical Therapy
(607) 746-0329

Respiratory Therapy

(607) 746-0525

Restorative Care / Swing Bed Department

(607) 746-0416

Specialty Clinics

(607) 746-0525

Support Services

(607) 746-0575

Complaint Process

If you have a complaint or concern, you are encouraged to communicate this to any of the following people or departments:

  • The person providing you with the service;
  • The nurse manager in charge, or the manager of the service involved;

If you have a concern that remains unresolved, you may notify

O'Connor Hospital's Quality Department at 607-746-0335, or fill out our Contact Us Form.

You may also submit a concern to The Joint Commission through one of the following methods:

Office of Quality and Patient Safety
The Joint Commission
One Renaissance Boulevard
Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181


If you are a Medicare patient, you may also contact the Medicare review organization, Livanta at 1-866-815-5540.

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