Faxton St. Luke’s Healthcare (FSLH) and St. Elizabeth Medical Center (SEMC) affiliated as the MVHS effective March 2014. MVHS is a not-for-profit healthcare system providing services to residents of the Mohawk Valley in Central New York.
The MVHS serves the geographic area of Oneida, Herkimer and Madison counties and is an integrated delivery system with 4,200 full-time equivalent employees and a combined operating budget of $537 million.
FSLH includes two campuses:
St. Luke’s Campus - 1656 Champlin Avenue, Utica, NY (Main Campus)
Faxton Campus - 1676 Sunset Avenue, Utica, NY
372 acute care beds
202 long-term care beds
Learn more at www.faxtonstlukes.com.
A not-for-profit healthcare organization, FSLH includes St. Luke’s Home, Senior Network Health, Mohawk Valley Home Care and Visiting Nurse Association of Utica and Oneida County. Our Adirondack Community Physicians medical group offers eight primary care offices located throughout Oneida and Herkimer counties and multi-specialty providers including general surgery, orthopedic surgery and neurosciences.
Center for Rehabilitation and Continuing Care Services (on St. Luke’s Campus)
St. Luke’s Campus
SEMC includes one inpatient campus - 2209 Genesee Street, Utica, NY (main) and
St. Elizabeth Medical Arts (outpatient) - 4401 Middle Settlement Road, New Hartford, NY
201 acute care beds
Learn more at www.stemc.org.
A not-for-profit healthcare organization, SEMC offers inpatient services in general medicine and surgery, intensive care, intermediate care, cardiology, orthopedics, psychiatry, pediatrics, oncology, urology, ENT and gynecology. SEMC operates a network of 15 primary and rehabilitation care sites in Oneida and Herkimer Counties that comprise the St. Elizabeth Medical Group. The Sister Rose Vincent Elizabeth Family Medicine Center provides patient care services for the whole family and is also a teaching facility for new physicians. St. Elizabeth Home Care serves patients in their homes and St. Elizabeth Health Support Services offers respiratory services and durable medical equipment to patients in their homes.
SEMC Main Campus:
Medical Arts Campus:
SEMC is a Catholic hospital and is still involved with the Sisters of St. Francis of the Neumann Communities and the Syracuse Diocese.
Both hospitals accept all major insurances and have designated charity care programs to help provide for individuals without insurance.
The affiliation helps to enhance services for the residents of the Mohawk Valley through greater collaboration and improved clinical quality for patient and resident care. As a large system, MVHS has much to offer when recruiting new physicians.