*The UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital COVID-19 testing center is open 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Monday through Saturday. A referral and appointment are both required.
Visitation, which has been greatly limited as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, has resumed with some restrictions still in place.
- Visits are permitted in keeping with the regulations of the New York State Department of Health, with one visitor allowed per patient for up to four hours at a time.
- Each visitor is required to wear a mask, use a designated entrance to access the hospital and be screened by visitor management personnel before going to see a patient.
- If the visitor has a fever, sore throat or other possible COVID-19 symptoms, they won’t be allowed to visit, and visitors under age 18 won’t be permitted.
- Special rules apply for those accompanying patients in such departments as the laboratory, radiology, cardiopulmonary and ambulatory surgery, as well as the emergency rooms and maternity areas.
Visiting hours for UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital are from 9 to 11 a.m. and from 4 to 6 p.m. daily.
UHS Chenango Memorial Hospital includes emergency care and medical clinic services such as inpatient and outpatient surgical care units, a women’s health center and a maternity and obstetrics unit. Our Norwich hospital staffs an intensive care unit, general surgery, cardiology, diagnostic heart care center, orthopedics, diagnostic imaging and laboratory departments as well as a 24 hour physician-staffed emergency care department for the Norwich and Chenango County community. Other specialties at our medical clinic include GI (gastro-intestinal/gastroenterology), Podiatry and an Oncology treatment and infusion center. The hospital's second floor is specially designed with a senior living center and a wing dedicated for short-term rehabilitation.
Our Norwich hospital also provides services at an outpatient diagnostic imaging center and a freestanding physical therapy center.
UHS Chenango Memorial’s primary care network is the county’s central source for preventative and routine medical care. With primary care centers in Sidney, Sherburne, Oxford and Norwich, patients in rural areas have nearby access to quality primary care.