Full Medical Services Listing

Expert Cardiac Care. Close to Home. Trust your heart to Cortland Regional's team of cardiac experts. With the addition of highly regarded cardiologists Dr. Jorge Davidenko and Dr. Marc Baker, our team is as strong as any in the region.
Located at 160 Homer Avenue, we are the only local source for home medical equipment and supplies. We provide everything from oxygen and respiratory services; to CPAP/BiPAP and other sleep equipment; to power mobility products such as power chairs, scooters, and lift chairs; to durable medical equipment including wheelchairs, walkers, hospital beds, and patient lifts.
You can't predict when a health injury or illness will occur or what the severity of the ailment will be. But whenever you're faced with a health issue – whether it's a life-threatening injury or a non-emergency illness- Cortland Regional Medical Center's Emergency Room is here for you.
Our goal is to provide disabled, chronically ill, and elderly persons with the care necessary to safely remain at home. We understand that each patient has specific healthcare needs.
During your stay you will be examined and treated by a variety of healthcare professsionals. Among them will be a doctor known as a hospitalist. A hospitalist is a medical doctor who specializes in the evaluation and treatment of patients who require hospital care.
Our unit consists of eight intensive care beds and 11 telemetry beds. Intensive care beds have complete monitoring capabilities for the acutely ill, while our telemetry beds allow greater freedom of movement for those patients requiring less invasive cardiac monitoring.
When your physician needs fast, accurate test results, there's no room for error. That's why the laboratory at Cortland Regional Medical Center has advanced technology available for a multitude of diagnostic tests. Areas include hematology, clinical chemistry, microbiology, blood bank, and pathology.
When it comes to the birth of your baby, nothing is more important than choosing obstetrical care professionals who provide a caring environment for one of life's most memorable experiences. Cortland Regional Medical Center is your best choice, and our experience proves it.
The Imaging staff combines experience and technical skills with state-of-the-art technology. Technology is constantly evolving and the equipment at CRMC is not just on par with, but is often more advanced than that found at other larger medical facilities in Central New York.
The Medical/Surgical Units (2South and 3South) are where most patients spend the night at Cortland Regional Medical Center. We serve adults and children who are hospitalized to receive medicines and treatments or who are staying for recovery from surgical procedures.
Cortland Regional Medical Center provides two acute care mental health services, Psychiatric Evaluator Services and inpatient treatment on 1E.
As part of the medical center's initiative to provide services along the full continuum of care, an attached 80-bed nursing and rehabilitation center opened in 1993. The Cortland Regional Nursing & Rehabilitation Center offers our community four levels of care in a relaxed, comfortable setting.
The Rehabilitation Services Department staff is committed to providing exceptional care to patients recovering from surgery, illness, or injury.
The Respiratory Care Department is committed to helping individuals improve and manage their lung health. At Cortland Regional, Registered and Certified Respiratory Therapists, Licensed by New York State, provide diagnostic and therapeutic services and treatments for both inpatients and outpatients. Stressing the use of evidence-based medicine and well-researched best practices, our staff is able to help our patients achieve a higher level of wellness through greater understanding of their disease process and the proper application of therapeutic treatments.
Cortland Regional Medical Center has an extensively trained and dedicated surgical team that provides a wide range of outpatient procedures and surgeries.
When you have a chronic wound, you need a specialized approach for healing. Chronic or non-healing wounds are typically defined as sores or wounds that have not significantly improved from conventional treatments within 30 days. Assessment and management of chronic wounds can be complex and require specialized care. That’s why the Cortland Regional Wound Care Center offers the latest treatment options, like our hyperbaric oxygen therapy, to speed the healing process.